Mileage:60000 M
Engine:5.7 stroked
Trim:R/T Plus AWD
VIN: 2C3CDXDT3EH351605
Color: Billet Silver Metallic
Location: Southern Virginia

2014 is the last year that Dodge made the R/T AWD. This is the R/T Plus and has leather seats, heated and vented front seats and heated rear seats, Beats Audio sound, heated and cooled cupholders, backup camera with parking sensors, navigation, and a sunroof. The only options this car doesn’t have are the automatic cruise control and the heated steering wheel.

This is one of the few supercharged AWD Chargers in the US. It has approximately 8,000 miles on the rebuilt engine, and fewer than 60,000 miles overall.

Tires are Continental Extreme Contact Dws06 Plus, with approximately 4,000 miles on them.

Except for the slotted brake rotors, the exterior is bone stock. No decals, no stickers, and the original badges are in place. It is a sleeper.

This car was built by National Speed in Richmond, VA, with a forged short block 5.7L engine from Better Built Performance in Rocky Mount, VA, stroked to 6.4L, forged crank, Diamond forged pistons, and rebuilt heads, Whipple 2.9L Stage 2 Supercharger, American Racing Long Tube headers with high flow catalytic converters, Fore LX/LC/LD Single Pump Module, OEM Hellcat 6.21 Forced Induction Camshaft, Hellcat oil pump, MDS fuel module, Stop Tech slotted brake rotors, Goodridge stainless brake lines, AEM Boost/AFR Gauge, Z Automotive Tazer with Double Bypass.

Ding’s transmission control module was installed, and the engine and transmission tuned using HP Tuners, by Dave Katz at EFI Specialties & Performance in Fredericksburg, VA.
AWD is set to full time and SRT Pages enabled, using the Tazer.

With 93 octane untreated pump gas it gets 15 to 16 mpg in mixed driving, and 20 to 21 on the highway.

All Wheel Horsepower 550; Torque 500

Known issues: If you let the gas get much below ¼ tank the gauge will read empty, even though you have a few gallons left; the center taillight has condensation in the backup light lenses.

Mature owner, the car has never been raced or launched from a standing start. The supercharger has a distinct but not unpleasant whine; the exhaust note is subtle due to the cam and the fact that the headers are connected to the stock exhaust system. You can tell it’s got something going on, but it probably won’t piss off the neighbors.