In 2008 Hurst and Dodge collaborated to build 25 white and gold special edition cars that would be built as customers ordered them, after the 25 were built that was it for the white ones. They never did get orders for all 25. In 2015 Hurst, Dodge and Mr. Norms started to build 25 black and gold editions by building a sample car, the one for sale here. The black and gold cars would also be built as they were sold and they never got orders for all 25 as far as I know. This one for sure is the only 2015 manual transmission version making it one of two unicorns—the first white one and this car being the first black one.
This car has been on TV, was trailered to Las Vegas for the Mopars at the Strip Show and was a feature car at SEMA. It has only been entered in one judged car show and won it by scoring a near perfect 997 out of a possible 1000 point judges form.
It is documented and registered as the 586th car to be associated with Mr Norm's Grand Spaulding Dodge as a Hurst Heritage Hemi GSS Challenger.
The car started out as a 392 SRT Scat Pack before a huge list of modifications and additions were made by Hurst and Mr Norm's, please see the pic of the build sheet for those details. There are lots of things on the car that are totally unique to just this car. It has been driven very little and cared for in excess. It's never seen anything other than sunshine or the inside of its custom car cover while inside our garage. It has only 1263 total miles on it, the computer is still locked from the factory and it's still under factory warranty. The car is stunning to everyone that sees it. The special Hurst edition floor mats are still in the original box and the Hurst hat that was signed by Linda Vaughn and never worn will go with it as well.
I've decided to sell it to help with a small expansion of our company and really I have no time to enjoy it as evidenced by how many miles are on it. The beautiful glass trophy it won and its case go with the car as do its documents.
Delivery to anywhere in the lower 48 states is included in the purchase price