2010 Dodge Challenger R/T ‘Galvatron’

Dec 13, 2011

Owner Shawn Kaufman of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., presents the 2010 Dodge Challenger R/T “Galvatron,” a winner of the Royal Purple “Show It Off at SEMA” contest.

Painted Plum Crazy Purple Pearl, the Challenger features a 345-ci Hemi V-8 and NAG1 5-speed automatic transmission with auto-stick.

Participants include: Suncoast Creations (shaker hood), 402 Motoring (custom vented front fenders), Billet Technology (Decepticon nose badge, license plate frame, Challenger script logo dash plaque, shifter plate, headlight switch knob, wiper stalk cover, A/C control knobs, window switch covers, 84.25mm throttle body, satin billet aluminum valve covers, engraved coil pack covers, engraved fuse box cover, engraved radiator cap, engraved power steering cap, engraved washer fluid cap), Danko Reproductions (Plum Crazy R/T grille badge), Jay’s Grafix (custom-painted Hemi badges), Mopar (SRT lower chin spoiler, black chrome grille surround, accessory pedals), Ryder Graphics (stripe extensions), Advanced Automotive Concepts (purple fog light HIDs), Katzkin Interiors (custom black and purple leather seats), Gunslinger (carbon fiber pistol grip shifter), Razors Edge Motorsports (billet dead pedal) and Jina’s Embroidery (custom Decepticon center console lid).

Also participating: American Racing Headers (long tube headers with cat-less mid-pipes), Magnaflow (Competition series cat-back exhaust), LMI (carbon fiber cold air intake), JET (180-degree thermostat), DiabloSport (Predator tuner), HHP Racing (Mopar SRT transmission control module), Show & Performance (painted coolant tank, painted power steering reservoir, painted strut covers), Unorthodox Racing (alternator pulley), 3G Kustomz (ABS module cover), iForged (Sprint wheels – 22×8 front, 22×10 rear), Lexani (tires – 255/30/22 front, 295/25/22 rear), Eibach (Sportline coil springs, adjustable rear camber kit), Hotchkis Suspension (sway bars), Speedlogix/REM (front strut brace, rear shock tower brace, front and rear sway bar links, bump-steer kit, weld in subframe connectors, chromoly front K-member) and Richard Petty’s Garage (transmission crossmember, driveshaft loop).