Its not common to come across a 1 of 1 car, nonetheless owning one. Which is why I present to you the truly 1 of 1 Dodge Challenger Hurst Hellcat GSS, built by Hurst & Mr Norm. When I say 1 of 1, I mean this will be the only Hellcat built in this configuration, color, etc. It's actually the first and only (as of right now) Hellcat with this conversion. Inside lies the serial number specific to this car and even the signature from Mr Norm himself under the hood and trunk lid.
My dad is the owner of this car and how we found it, was by accident. Last winter, we traveled to Chicago to show one of our 1970 Chevelles. It was at the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals show, where people from all over show their top dollar muscle cars. It is quite the prestigious event to say the least. In one of the rooms were a group of modern muscle cars but this car in particular caught my fathers eye. He said the regular Hellcats with their black wheels and solid color options were too plain and common, this car stood out and was rather unique. With the blue, white, and red color scheme and chrome Hurst wheels, it certainly stood out. My father told me, that was the kind of Hellcat he wanted. Not soon after we got back home, the car was up for sale. My father jumped on it immediately.
What makes this car rather unique compared to the average Hellcat is the all of the Hurst appearance options. The car sits on a set 20" chrome Hurst 5-spoke wheels wrapped in Pirelli P Zero Nero tires and larger Brembo brakes. You won't miss the fact that its a Hurst car with the Hurst and Hellcat GSS decals on the front fenders and the Hurst Speedway spoiler.
Inside they did away with the standard black leather seats and put in a set of White/Black Katzkin leather interior which contrasts nicely with the red seat belts. The Hurst floor mats are also a nice touch. Classic hood pins were also added to the factory hood. The first thing you'll notice is the large solid white stripe with red pin striping to break up the all the blue. Mr Norm himself actually signed under the hood and under the trunk lid.
Aside from the appearance package, the car is a completely stock hellcat performance wise, with the 8-speed automatic and factory exhaust outfitted with Hurst tips. The car still puts down the normal 707HP. This car is a blast to drive and really goes when you want it to. It will break loose easily however, and will scare you sometimes. Dodge did an excellent job with the on board tuning software and monitoring system allowing you fine tune the car on the fly. Really makes for a more personable experience. We've only had a year of memorable moments with this car but there are many more to come. At the end of the day, it really is a one of a kind car and a joy to say that we have the opportunity to have the keys to this monster they call, the Hellcat.