2012 SEMA Ultraviolet Dodge Challenger SRT8 By Jeff Dnham. The 75th anniversary celebrations of the Mopar brand, the wraps were taken off a very special 2012 Dodge Challenger SRT8 built specifically for comedian and ventriloquist Jeff Dunham.

2012 SEMA Ultraviolet Dodge Challenger SRT8 By Jeff Dnham

Dunham is a gearhead, and has a special penchant for Mopar products. The comic/puppeteer recently bought a numbers-matching, four-speed, 1970 Barracuda for his own garage.

2012 SEMA Dodge Challenger SRT8 Modification By Jeff Dnham was lowered an inch, and 22-inch HRE wheels were installed. The rear end is wider, with larger wheel flares. Handmade parts include the rear diffuser, dive planes, front splitter, rocker panels and a handful of other parts, including the exhaust. The bumper was also modified, as was the grille.

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“It’s a major understatement to say that I’ve been looking forward to the SEMA show this year, as we’ve had an awesome time creating this one-of-a-kind Challenger,” said Dunham, who touts the 1970 Plymouth Barracuda “as my favorite muscle car of all time” and recently purchased a 1970 numbers-matching four-speed convertible ‘Cuda as proof.

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“Having a project like this is the kind of thing you dream of being able to do as a kid,” Dunham noted. “And to be here today to reveal ultraviolet is the kind of fun that would be tough to match.” By: sillydad