You may not remember The Wraith, a 1986 movie starring a then-21-year-old Charlie Sheen as a reincarnated hotrodder challenging a deadly gang in Arizona. However, Mopar fans should remember the car: The Wraith's car was based on the sleek M4S Turbo Interceptor concept car developed by Dodge and PPG for use as a pace car. The rear-wheel drive Turbo Interceptor had a a 2.2-liter four-cylinder engine with twin Garrett T25 turbochargers and a Cosworth-tweaked twin-cam 16-valve cylinder head. The car is said to have cost Dodge and PPG a cool $1.5 million.

Six copies of the car were made for the movie and one is currently being restored by Wes Roof and a team that is working with Bob Ackerman, the designer of the M4S.

Wes sent us some information about ordering posters featuring hard-to-find photos of the original car. The original images came from Ackerman's personal collection and they show the car at its best.

Editor’s note: the poster address has changed and we are awaiting an updated graphic.

To learn more about the Wraith Dodge, check out Wes' article or visit the Dodge PPG Turbo Interceptor page here at Allpar.com.

If the trailer below piques your interest, The Wraith is available as an Instant video on Amazon.com or at the iTunes store.