2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat
  • Vin #2C3CDZC94FH885716
  • Current Mileage – 7,501 Miles
  • Pitch Black Clear Coat Exterior Paint
  • Black Nappa Leather / Ruby Red Alcantara Interior
  • Factory 6-Speed Car
  • Factory Red Seat Belts
  • Factory NAV
  • Original Brass Monkey Wheel Car
  • I have every, single, receipt, ever for this car. Original paperwork for the flares, wheels, every document that came with the car since new and that came with every modifications in a binder in plastic sleeves.
  • This car was purchased by me on 2-14-2018 from Dodge Country in Killeen, TX with 395 miles on it (yes, 395 miles) from the original owner who traded it in on a Demon.

Price: $83,000.00 obo

Engine/Performance Modifcations
  • Car made 800 rwhp & 670 ft lbs of torque on Jannetty Racing’s Super Flow Dyno
  • Brand New Mopar Demon/Redeye Crate Engine (Long Block) (P68409362AB)
  • Original to the car, 2.4L Supercharger
  • Texas Speed Stage 4 Boost Cam Shaft (.582/.582, 26/235 117+4)
  • Valve Spring Kit, Pushrods, Phase Limited (w/ cam kit)
  • LFR7AIX Iridium Spark Plugs
  • ATI 10% Lower Crank Pulley
  • Pinned Crank Shaft
  • Leg Maker Carbon Fiber Intake
  • Injector Dynamics 1300CC Injectors
  • American Racing 1 7/8 Long Tube Headers (Ceramic Coated w/ new engine install)
  • American Racing 3” O/R Mids
  • Borla S-Type Catback
  • JLT Oil Separator
  • Monster SK Series Triple Disk Clutch
  • Barton Short Throw Shifter
  • Rear Differential Brace
  • Drive Shaft Shop 1-piece Aluminum Driveshaft
  • Sway Bar End Links

Maintenance completed with new engine:
  • Rear Differential Fluid Service
  • New TOB & Slave
  • 180* Thermostat
  • High Temp DOT 4 Brake Bleed & Service
  • New Battery
  • Jannetty Racing Rear Camber Bushing Kit
  • 4 Wheel Alignment

Miscellaneous Modifications/Cosmetic
  • Phillips Performance Lil’ Devil Flares (front & rear)
  • BC Forged RS41 Wheels in Matte Bronze with Custom Offset for fitment with flares
  • 20X11” Front w/ Toyo R888R (285/35/20)
  • 20X12” Rear w/ Toyo R888R (325/30/20)
  • OEM Mopar TPMS Sensors in all 4 wheels
  • OEM Mopar SRT Performance Spoiler
  • Professionally Installed 3M PPF on the following locations
  • Entire Hood
  • Both Front Fenders
  • Front Bumper
  • Headlights
  • Door Handles (Top & Underneath)
  • Entire Rear Bumper
  • 6” Strip down the doors and rear fenders
  • Had PPF installed behind the flares before install & trimmed by same shop after install)
  • TUX Floor Mats Front & Rear
  • Covercraft Custom Red Indoor Car Cover
  • OEM Mopar 2018+ Airbag w/ red illumination (have original to prove airbag never deployed)

Items that I have original to car that will go with the car:
  • Original Airbag
  • Original Floor Mats wrapped in plastics that came out of the car that day I got it
  • Stock Shifter & Shifter Handle
  • Stock Exhaust (Manifolds to exhaust tips)
  • Stock Driveshaft
  • Original owner’s manual (still in plastic), window sticker, dealer tags, etc.
  • Stock Crank Pulley
  • Stock Air Intake

The original engine was in the car until about 6,7XX miles. The car suffered from a bad head gasket and burnt one piston. The car ran and drove fine and it was driven to Jannetty Racing to get worked on. A previous shop (not the shop that installed the new longblock) tuned the car prior to the head gasket issue. My current tuner suspected that the car had low octane fuel (hitting 93 on the pump but getting lower octane) and with the amount of timing it had lead to the head gasket issue. I wasn’t running torco at the time and probably should have. I now run one can of Torco with every tank of fuel as a safety measure. When the car got the new longblock, the cam was installed. I took delivery of the car with the new engine on 12/09/2021.

The only paint work EVER done to this car was I had the front bumper holes filled when I purchased the car. The car came from Texas with a front plate mounted and I had a professional body shop change that. The holes were filled and sealed from the inside of the bumper. About 12-18” of the bumper was painted and blended, and the entire front bumper was clear coated. You would never know this work was done beside the factory dimple holes not being there. So only about 12-18” of the bumper was actually painted. I have pictures documenting this as well. The flares were obviously painted before they were installed on the car.

I could sit here and write a book about this car but I feel I included everything necessary without making this ad an over exaggerated long read.

To a serious buyer I would be more than happy to go into further detail in whatever way necessary.

I am well aware that modifications do not go into the value of the car. I have over $110,000 into this car and have not cut one single corner. You can not buy a new Hellcat (or a used one) and do what I did to this car for less. If someone wants one of the baddest 6 Speed Hellcat’s out there, this is the car for you. All of the additional parts that listed in this add will be included with the car and for the right price I will include the drag wheel setup. Please do not ask about purchasing the drag setup before the car is sold. Please keep negative comments to yourself and thank you for looking.

I am in no desperate need to sell the car. It’s paid off, title in hand and isn’t in my way. The sad truth is I work too much and don’t drive the car as much as I wish. Also, the car is so pristine that I have a hard time driving it places without getting anxiety that something will happen to it.

Feel free to see almost 200+ photos of the car at this Google photo link. The photos on top of the parking garage were taken in January before we got any snow/salt on the roads in CT. Photos of the undercarriage were taken the same day on my lift so show how clean the undercarriage is.

Pictures for receipts for the engine etc. are also in Google pictures.

Please inquire to me by either phone or email:


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