Dumbo is a 1968 Dodge Charger restored with modern chassis and a huge HELLEPHANT crate engine.
The modded monster is built by Wildthings Customs. The original naturally-aspirated 6.3-liter (383 cubic-inch) 2-barrel V8 is replaced with all-aluminum 7.0-liter (426 cubic-inch) HELLEPHANT V8 crate engine. The HELLEPHANT engine is coupled with a monstrous 3.0-liter IHI supercharger generates 1000 hp and 950 lb.-ft. of torque. Power is transmitted to the rear wheels by a Magnum T-56 6-speed manual transmission and Strange Engineering Dana 60 rear axle.
The completely restored Charger features Magnum Force suspension, upgraded braking system by Wilwood, TTI stainless steel headers and Borla Mufflers.
On the exterior, Dumbo is equipped with LED lighting, Rushforth alloy wheels, billet door handles from Ringbrothers and a gray paint job with a blue HELLEPHANT logo. Dumbo gets nicely padded interior with a custom Fiberglas center console and a Dakota digital gauge.
Dumbo will be auctioned off during Mecum’s Las Vegas event scheduled on November 10th.