SpeedKore’s Carbon Fiber ‘Hellraiser’ Charger Houses A 1,000HP Crate Engine

If you ask us, there are a couple of surefire ways you can improve just about any road-going car: paint ’em black and give ’em more power. And we’re pretty sure we’re far from being alone in that sentiment. In fact, it seems actor-comedian Kevin Hart is also of the same mind if his 1970 Dodge Charger ‘Hellraiser’ by SpeedKore is any indication.

Yes, the ‘Hellraiser’ is black. And, yes, it has an incredibly impressive power plant — a Hellephant crate engine capable of producing 1,000 horsepower, to be exact. But those are just two of the many, many impressive elements of this remarkable muscle car build. For instance, the body is also comprised of exposed carbon fiber, the engine has been outfitted with a supercharger that has its own custom billet aluminum cover, and the inside is fully-modernized — boasting additions like Recaro racing seats, a customized sound system, and so much more. The only shame we can find amongst the many things that make this car so magnificent is that it’s already spoken for.

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