Photo credit: Whistlin Diesel
A Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat owner who goes by WhistlinDiesel online might have completed the strangest vehicle mod yet, installing buggy wheels. At 4429-pounds, the Hellcat isn’t the lightest of vehicles, so it’s a nice surprise to see the aluminum buggy wheels holding up decently. He did have to weld some spaces on to be able to attach them to the axles. Now the big question is if he was actually able to do some burnouts on them? Read more to watch the video and find out.
In the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada, a horse and buggy was the primary mode of short-distance personal transportation, especially between 1815 and 1915. In that time period, horseback riding in towns and rural areas was far less common and required more specific skills than simply driving a buggy, as horsemanship tended to be an aristocratic skill of landowners, western pioneers, and the military as well as scouts.
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