This is the old-school beauty, 1968 Dodge Charger that was abandoned for 35 years until rescued by Westen Champlin. When it was rescued, there was no engine or transmission and the seats were torn, and some parts of the interior were decayed. Also, it is a matter of happiness that most of them, including the original alloy wheels, have survived.
You know, Dodge Charger is one of the most iconic large-type American Muscle cars. Westen Champlin, a group of car fanatics on Youtube, took it upon themselves to rescue and replace her and worked to excite her by giving her a badass supercharger. Accordingly, this 1968 Dodge Charger got an 8V-71 Supercharger, and he believes it is one of the best things he has ever done. After it was rescued, a 440 big-block engine gave the power it needs.
However, the project starts by removing the old charger and replacing a heavier new badass supercharger. “It fits perfectly,” Westen Champlin shouted loudly. They gave it a Holley 2×4 Sniper EFI Fuel System. It helps to naturally aspirate the supercharger. And they successfully fixed the backfire of the fuel injector after 4 days and 31 tries. Although there was a small fire, it started working again after extinguishing it and after some technical adjustments.
Finally, they finished the work by adding an important element to the supercharger, a big-old Scoop. “Here we go baby,” he shouted loudly. He admits supercharging the old-school Dodge Charger is dangerous. But it’s certainly an interesting and exciting job.
It successfully filled the whole road with smoke, and would you believe me if I told you it attracted a few police officers? He pointed out that supercharging this old-school Dodge Charger caused several defects. However, Westen Champlin managed to make it a fun and enjoyable ride.
Source: Westen Champlin on Youtube