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Lot 113 1968 Dodge "Maximus the Ultra Charger" Custom
CHASSIS NO: XP29F9B180147
• SEMA Best Car award winner; shown in Fast & Furious tribute to Paul Walker • Currently starring in a documentary co-sponsored by Netflix • A stunning full custom creation • Built by Scott Spock Racing with over 16,000 hours in metalwork alone • Amazing engineering and construction using only the finest parts and materials
Addendum: Please note:
This car has outperformed all of the build expectations and the power of this car has been determined at closer to 3000HP!
The purchase includes required additional tuning and customization that will be supplied by Tom Nelson at Nelson Racing Engines in Los Angeles, along with included round trip Air Freight for the car.After the 30 day tuning and customization process, it will be shipped back to the buyers desired location.
For Further information visit MAXIMUSCHARGER.COM for full details and disclosures.
This is a once in a lifetime chance to purchase a One-Of-One Automotive Art piece that is in the final test stage of it’s build. ?
There are also media opportunities attached to the car that include being part of a global multimillion dollar show co-funded by Netflix.
Dubbed “MAXIMUS THE ULTRA CHARGER,” this redesigned 1968 Dodge Charger is both a one-of-a-kind masterpiece in automotive art and a fully functional ultimate street supercar killer. MAXIMUS is a redesigned 1968 Charger that retains the Charger’s iconic vintage muscle car identity, while showing the capabilities of some of today’s greatest high-end builders, designers and fabricators. This one-off masterpiece has been scratch-built by hand by Scott Spock Racing in Las Vegas around a patented twin-turbocharged 572 cubic-inch all-aluminum V-8 engine developing 2,250-plus verified horsepower. Equipped with twin intercoolers and a computer-controlled dual fuel injection system, MAXIMUS is capable of automatically switching from 91 Octane pump gas to 116-Octane racing fuel as required. Over 16,000 hours was invested to achieve the final ALL-METAL, wide-body design. There is no paint on the car, allowing you to appreciate the laboriously transformed metal under a custom clearcoat finish.
Featuring a GPS-based traction control system and disc brakes including massive 14-inch rotors with six-piston calipers, the chassis of MAXIMUS is 400 percent greater than the original Charger design, incorporating the strength of 1 ¾-inch chromoly tubing. Every fastener used on the car is a NASA-grade aerospace item, perfectly sized and then lightened to allow extremely accurate torqueing. The exhaust system is stunning in itself, made from 321 stainless from the headers to the tailpipes and painstakingly finished. Suspension geometry is custom-designed with adjustable instant centering, fully adjustable coil-over shock absorbers at all four corners and splined adjustable sway bars, good for a stated 1.0g of lateral acceleration. As expected, MAXIMUS boasts extreme performance credentials including 0-60 mph acceleration in 1.8 seconds, 0-160 mph in 8 seconds and top speeds ranging from 250 mph to 300 mph, the latter achieved with optional SSR-NRE aero kit. MAXIMUS is also certified to run in NHRA-sanctioned racing events.
In addition to its brute force, MAXIMUS features the newest technologies in custom suspension, exhaust, traction control systems and computer/interior designs. All computerized features are hidden from view and can be exposed by a bespoke "James Bond” robotic dashboard which holds the original AM radio and custom tech including on an iOS-based touchscreen display. MAXIMUS is a testament to the extremes in car design, aesthetics and function. Subtly trimmed in Italian leather with double- and French hand-stitched seams and dense German carpeting, MAXIMUS provides extreme comfort with the highest level of sound and heat barriers, allowing you to enjoy the custom-designed SSR Sound system as tuned by Scott Spock and featuring the best in European amplifiers and speakers. A racing pedal assembly allows heel-and-toe driving.
Maximus is also a celebrity car, having been featured in the iconic ending scenes of Fast & Furious 7, where the cast and producers bid a fond farewell to Paul Walker. This footage was also used in the video for the worldwide #1 hit song, “See You Again." MAXIMUS has also been requested for a return engagement in Fast & Furious 9 and 10. Most recently, MAXIMUS was the cover car of the September 2019 issue of Hot Rod magazine and it was just photographed for another fold-out article and cover for publication later in 2020. Many other print and online publications have featured MAXIMUS, including the cover of MOPAR Muscle. MAXIMUS was voted Best Car at SEMA and it went viral online, attracting millions of fans. Both Mattel and Jada Toys have made and currently sell several scale model versions of MAXIMUS and it has been computer-modeled for use in an upcoming Forza Racing game release. Adding to its undeniable celebrity status, MAXIMUS is currently the subject of a multi-million-dollar documentary film covering the burgeoning field of high-end automotive art, co-sponsored by media giant Netflix. Simply put, no one could ever create this car again, as the vast amount of the builder’s copyrighted technologies and designs are unobtainable, and the money and time required would cost millions of dollars and over half a decade to complete. MAXIMUS is presented here and is a wonderful opportunity to acquire what has often been thought to be unobtainable.