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 |  Oct 31 2012, 1:52 PM

Teaming up with comedian and ventriloquist Jeff Dunham, Mopar built a one-of-a-kind Dodge Challenger SRT that was unveiled late yesterday afternoon at the 2012 SEMA Show.

Under the hood of the Challenger is a Mopar 426 HEMI engine that’s further modified with a Mopar cold air intake. A custom side-exhaust was built into the rockers before the Challenger got a two-tone paint job: “Ultraviolet” on the body and “Satin” black on the upper half. The front grille is actually a modified Charger grille, while the headlights got a custom cover to give it a more aggressive look.

Integrated fender flares then gives the Challenger more room for its 22-inch HRE wheels which are wrapped with Pirelli tires. The build was completed by Alan Palmer and Palmer’s Customs with Jeff Dunham helping make the tough decisions on the project.

GALLERY: Ultraviolet Dodge Challenger SRT

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