The first day of Dodge’s 2022 Speed Week begins in grand style with an ode to classic and modern muscle cars. We’ve covered modern engines, but among the news classics comes this carbon fiber gem. It was a 1970 Dodge Charger body made of carbon fiber, and sold through the automaker’s Direct Connection Performance Parts group.
Dodge announced several offers for speed seekers who build custom cars, including everything from engines to transmissions and carbon fiber parts. Suffice to say, a whole car made of carbon fiber stands out among the announcements, and this 1970 Charger is indeed available for purchase as a naked body. Direct Connection worked with Finale Speed to license and manufacture this classic carbon fiber, manufactured to OEM specifications.
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