Dodge Challenger Convertible 1

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May 20, 2012
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NCE will Design & Engineer your Dodge Challenger to a Power top Dodge Challenger Convertible 1, NCE EDITION.
Newport Convertible engineering was first US coach builder which designed, engineered and distributed limited late model Dodge Challenger Convertible 1.
Dodge Challenger Convertible 1
Dodge Challenger Convertible 1

 

        Dodge Challenger Convertible 1

Newport Convertible engineering was first US coach builder which designed, engineered and distributed limited  Dodge Charger Convertible.
NCE will Design & Engineer your Dodge Charger to Power top convrtible, NCE EDITION.
The Dodge Viper is a very powerful, two-door, sports car. Since its original debut in 1992, the Viper has garnered a reputation as a serious high-end performance car with a very sleek and distinctive appearance.
The Viper comes as a two seat coupe or roadster with a standard 600-hp 8.4-liter V10 engine and a six-speed manual transmission. Some noticeable performance features include dual side exhaust, a limited slip differential, lightweight coil-over shock absorbers, anti-lock brakes with front and rear vented discs, “Z” rated performance tires on 18-inch front and 19-inch rear forged alloy wheels. Other notable standard features on the Viper include power mirrors, windows and door locks with remote keyless entry, high intensity discharge headlamps, and air conditioning.
For 2010, the Viper receives additional paint and stripe choices, and a tweaked fifth-gear ratio to improve upon acceleration.
The Chrysler Group doesn’t offer the Dodge Challenger as a convertible, but South California based company Newport Convertible Engineering.
While the Dodge Challenger competes in the same segment as the Chevrolet Camaro and the Ford Mustang, one area where the modern Mopar muscle car has never challenged the cross-town rivals was in offering a convertible model. While we have seen more than a few Challenger convertibles at SEMA over the years, along with privately owned Dodge coupes transformed convertibles, the company has never made a move to offer a droptop muscle car from the factory.The same is true of the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, but California coach builder has decided that the 707 horsepower muscle car needs to be enjoyed without the hindrance of a roof over your head.

 

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