Jeff Dunham’s Dodge Challenger SRT8 is One Bad Machine

Jeff Dunham Dodge Challenger SRT8 SEMA Show

Famous comedian and ventriloquist Jeff Dunham pulled the covers off his “Project UltraViolet” Dodge Challenger SRT8 at this week’s SEMA Show. This was a collaboration project between Mopar, SRT and Jeff’s crew from Palmer’s Customs based out of Camarillo, California. The car combines an ultra-violoet paint with a black upper half, and received a variety of exterior modifications to make it one bad machine.

A custom body kit that widens the rear end and adds new aluminum side sills give it a much more aggressive look. Some of these parts have been handmade and are able to fit the exhaust that exits before the rear wheel. Inside the Dodge Challenger you will find Nappa leather with contrasting stitching, custom seats and a Hurst short-throw shifter.

Performance modifications give this beast a Mopar 426 crate engine producing 515 horsepower and 490 lb-ft of torque. Suspension tuning consists of the lowering kit and new 22-inch alloy wheels that surely don’t make the car nimble. In the end, Jeff Dunham received a show stopping Dodge Challenger SRT8 that is turning all heads at SEMA this year.

Jeff Dunham Dodge Challenger SRT8 SEMA Show

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