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Hurst To Offer Competition/Plus Package for Dodge Challenger

Shifter experts now offer Challenger package with factory paint colors

 |  Jul 02 2009, 10:30 AM

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Those shifter experts at Hurst have just announced that they will offer a new modification package for the Dodge Challenger… and the real surprise is that it is available for Challengers of all colors.

Hurst is well-known for its either white/gold or black/gold paint schemes, but that certainly limits the company’s customer group. This new setup, the Competition/Plus package, will be available for any Challenger, be it B5 Blue, Hemi Orange, TorRed or any other color.

Along with appealing to a broader audience, the new kit is designed to offer performance at an affordable price. It includes Eibach springs, a Magnaflow exhaust, 20-inch Hurst wheels, color-matched leather seat inserts and stitching and a Competition/Plus shifter with a classic white shift knob ball.

Hurst just announced the new Competition/Plus package for the Challenger at the NHRA Motorsports Museum in Pomona, CA.The Competition/Plus package is available for the RT and SRT8 Dodge Challenger at Hurst Dodge Dealers at cost of $18,495 above the factory Challenger price.

[Photo Credit: Drew Phillips]

GALLERY: Hurst Competition/Plus Challenger

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  • Richard Petty

    Please explain how these “options/upgrades” add up to $18,000+. I seee MAYBE $7,500 in added value to the car.

  • j c

    18,500 later and still no spoiler, jeez. looks freaking sweet but no way will i pay 18,000+ for a paint job and some extra pieces of plastic.

  • Bishop

    What happened to pffering the Vortec supercharger?!?! If you bought this “package” from the dealership you’d be getting the supercharger with it. I guess they think that you’d be stupid enough or desperate enough to have an “original Hurst” anything that you’d pay naything just to say you had it….but nearly 20k for some decals but no power?!?! …….get serious!