the 1968 Charger Maximus, still not completed, 2nd year at SEMA. built by Scott Spock Racing and Nelson Racing Engines.




The custom-widened body has over 1,500 hours of metal work in it, and the new chassis is said to be 400 percent more rigid than the original.

 It’s powered by a 9.4 liter Hemi V8 with two turbochargers and two intercoolers. Horsepower settings are said to be adjustable from the cockpit to anywhere from 600hp to its maximum output of 2,000hp.

Once the car is complete, the Charger is planned to be capable of eight second quarter mile times and a top speed of 200 miles per hour, the top speed will be upped to a ridiculous 260 miles per hour. ... if they ever finish it

You can see from last years gallery http://justacarguy.blogspot.com/2013/11/68-charger-in-bare-metal-2000.html that nothing has changed in a year
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the 1968 Charger Maximus, still not completed, 2nd year at SEMA. built by Scott Spock Racing and Nelson Racing Engines.
the 1968 Charger Maximus, still not completed, 2nd year at SEMA.  built by Scott Spock Racing and Nelson Racing Engines.
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