Here’s a 2009 Dodge Challenger Drag Pk Lightweight Factory Race Car.
Mopar brings back a legend. After 40 years hemi-powered drag racing package cars are back. They set the standard for showroom track ready performers then and will do it again today.
Brand new never raced factory built by Chrysler and assembled by Roush in Lavonia, Michigan. # 34 out of 100 total production. 6.1 race hemi built by Stanton Racing, Nicholasville, KY. Tramec 6-speed transmission. Approved by NHRA to run S/A or SS/A. 1000 lbs. lighter than new SRT8 production cars.
One of only a few running cars. Car’s originally come with no rear diff, wiring, computer, racing tires, headers, starter, battery, clutch assy. And other components. This car is complete and ready to go.
– Composite lift off hood
– Lightweight drag race front brakes
– Lightweight front fascia support system
– Lightweight cooling module with electric fan
– Rack and pinion steering
– Set back engine position
– Polycarbonate windows lightweight mechanism
– Altered wheelbase
– Two viper front bucket seats
– Goodyear slicks
– JBA stainless headers
– No body sealer, sound deadener, undercoating
– No HVAC
Chrysler Taking Orders for 2010 Drag Pak Challengers
The Challenger Drag Pak is kind of the forgotten sister to the haul-*** Ford Cobra Jet Mustang. Chrysler is now taking orders for 2010 models and if you want one, you’d better print your order form and get it into a dealer stat. These are ultra limited production cars so when they’re gone, they’re gone. These cars differ from the Fords because the Cobra Jet is a turn-key car. The Drag Pak Challenger is not.
To quote from the sales literature on the Drag Pak, “The Mopar Dodge Drag Pak will require significant additional preparation to be considered “race ready.” No roll cage, safety net, or other necessary safety equipment is provided in the package.
The other catches come in the form of stuff like the fact the car must be picked up at the factory, ships with no transmission or rear end, and has no VIN tag so it can never officially see road duty. The Hemi that comes in the car is a 12:1 compression engine that uses a special high rise intake manifold so power will not be in short supply.
If you’re a Mopar freak and you want one of these cars it is time to act before all the land is sold.