The Plymouth Superbird was introduced on the market back in 1970. We can say that generally, the Plymouth Superbird was some kind of a toned down NASCAR racing car. It was also to some extent a flop. But, being a flop in its time, didn`t stop the Plymouth Superbird from entering gearhead Valhalla! It also inspired a big number of creative generations to do some unwise modifications to muscle cars. The latest creation of that kind of an inspiration comes The Grizz! It can produce up to 194 miles per hour!
Birth was given to The Grizz by Joel Highsmith and his nutter pals. It started at first as a modest 2008 Dodge Challenger Superbird, but when these guys got a hold of it, you get this mad scientist creation. The first thing that will grab your attention when you set your eyes on the Dodge Challenger Superbird is the very radical Superbird body kit. It has great aero front end and an immense rear wing. To say the least, the result is impressive, even If you think the rear wing does look a bit strange on the flared rear deck of this Dodge Challenger.

Monster is what you want — monster is what you get. The 2008 Dodge Challenger “Superbird” may look nice but surely is not nice. In fact, it is very mean! When you see its black rims, black paint job with slim red stripes, you may presume it has power, but not until you open its hood can you be prepared for what is coming: 408 Cubic Inch engine by Spanking Time Motorsports, getting over 1000 RWHP, with KB 4.2 Supercharger 17lbs of boost, NAG 1 Transmission by Paramount, and Superbird Conversion by HPP #002 (first race edition). This fusion of old and new is owned by Team Spankin Time.

We are very happy to see the legacy of the Superbird lives on because of a madman like Joel Highsmith and his pals.