Yes, it is equipped with a Hellcat crate engine. What a powerful thing it is.
If you're a regular visitor to these pages, you'll know that we're big supporters of Ringbrothers' work in the restomod muscle car scene here at Modified Rides.
For example, take a look at these 2019 SEMA builds or this insane 1,036bhp AMC Javelin.
Then there's the most recent version.
This one is a little more practical than the Javelin, but it's still really cool.
It's also the same shade of yellow.
Greg Murphy, a four-time Bathurst 1000 winner from New Zealand, had this 1969 Dodge Charger built for him.
The Charger was completely rebuilt, with the work beginning in New Zealand and continuing until the shell arrived at Ringbrothers in Wisconsin.
It was then installed with a Hellcat crate engine, which Ringbrothers claims produces a "impressive yet streetable" 707 horsepower.
This is mated to a Tremec six-speed manual transmission and a Flowmaster exhaust system that exits behind the rear wheels.
There's a carbon fibre driveshaft, adjustable springs, and Baer six-piston brakes in the build, as well as unique HRE wheels.
Isn't it stunning?