Nick Suckow always dreamed of owning a fabulous car, preferably a classic muscle car that is typically American, more precisely a 1968 Dodge Charger. Even being quadriplegic due to a car accident, Nick never gave up on his dream on wheels.
After years of searching, Nick finally found his dreamed Charger totally unique and ready for restoration. To begin his project, he called John Balow from Muscle Car Restorations, who embraced the project as if it was his.
To give life to this classic body was chosen a Hemi iron block powered by a BDS Blower 8-71 compressor with electronic fuel injection. The four-speed transmission had to be modified to accommodate the 600 horsepower Hemi.
A new brake system with ventilated discs 14 and 13 inches was installed with tweezers up to 6 pistons, something extremely necessary to stop this machine. The wheels are wrapped with the Centerlines Mickey Thompson 33×19.5x R15 tires.
Its interior has retained some original items and received several safety elements such as 4-point belts and a roll cage to increase the rigidity of the body that was very committed to the weight of the new engine.