Instead of performing a standard resto-mod on a '69 Roadrunner that was brought to them, West Coast Classic decided to make this particular Roadrunner set the bar for all future resto-mods by combining it with a 2008 Hemi Charger SRT8. How would that even work you ask? Well the team purchased a used 08 Hemi Charger SRT8, stripped it down to the bare chassis, made a few tweaks, and then placed the Roadrunner body down on the Charger. The result is a 1969 Hemi Roadrunner like you have never seen before. Thanks to a 6.1L Hemi that cranks out 425hp, a gorgeous leather interior and extensive work to the body and chassis, this Roadrunner is a true 'modern' day muscle car. Unlike most of its counterparts, the Roadrunner doesn't look so much muscular– it looks indestructible. Fresh out of an extensive and unique build, the paint work is first rate and displays a level of depth that factory sprayed cars simply can't compete with. The color itself is made up of 6 coats of Lotus Calypso Red which is shot over impressively straight AMD panels. The car makes a great first impression. Panel fitment is equally good with even gaps all around. Lift the massive Roadrunner hood and you'll find the SRT's 6.1L Hemi V8 that cranks out a stout 425hp at 6200 RPMs. Given the massive horsepower output you would be surprised to learn that, if you could tame your right foot, the engine was good for nearly 20mpg on the highway. At the top of the famous Hemi Orange block is the tall intake manifold that shoves the air fuel mixture into the hemispherical combustion chamber. The build team installed touches throughout that really speak to the heritage of the Roadrunner. On the air box, a Coyote Duster decal catches everyone's attention, while also installed is the voice of the Roadrunner horn. A luxurious black leather interior greets those that open the doors to this wild Roadruner. Another benefit of placing the Roadrunner body on the new Charger is having all the luxuries of a modern interior. The power front bucket seats are some of the most comfortable seats we have ever sat behind, and it's still hard to believe that you get to look over that gorgeous '69 Roadrunner hood. Don't miss your chance to add it to your collection. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.