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2007 ’Cuda on sale

by David Zatz on

Back in 2008, Gaffoglio Family Metalcrafters (Fountain Valley, California) created the “BBP Project ’Cuda” from a  2007 Dodge Charger SRT8.


Gaffoglio Family Metalcrafters did some serious work on this car: they removed the body, cut the chassis roughly in half and took four inches out of it, then put it back together, and fitted a one-piece carbon fiber body to the chassis. All window glass was specially fabricated; the hood is indeed a “shaker,” with the scoop mounted to the engine and moving independently of the hood.


The interior is similar to stock, despite custom made door panels. The hood appears to be carbon fiber as well.  The tail is unique and based on the Plymouth.

The car has just 63 miles on it now. It was first offered for sale by Exotic Classics of Syosset, New York, in October 2015; no price is given. Thanks, John Paz.


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