Pimped Dodge Challenger Boasts MASSIVE 34-Inch Rims | RIDICULOUS RIDES

Corey: I’ve been building
cars for a while but this one is really over the top. I had no idea that I was going to take it to the level that I took it to. Al: To explain this car in one word, it would be outrageous. Corey: As you all can see,
the paint job is crazy. They call it the outrageous paint job. I’ve had two Camaros before this and this is my favourite build right here. There was a lot of
Challengers out there with big wheels on their cars already, so I had to turn it up a notch and do something that the other challengers on the big wheels didn’t do. You know the big rim, ride the car culture, It’s what made me, it’s what, got me my fame. Car customizer Corey has made a name for himself, by taking big rims to another level. Last year, he unveiled his 32 inch rimmed Camaro. But now, he’s gone even bigger. Corey: This is my latest, custom built car. This one is really over the top. It’s got the speed,
it’s got the muscle behind it. Also, it’s got the custom big wheels. I love it. This is a 2017 Dodge Challenger RT, on 34 inch rims and just a lot of extra stuff. Let’s check it out. It flip a lot of colours. As you can see, the pearls really
hit under these LED lights. It’s not just the paint job
that makes this Dodge Challenger a one of a kind build. For the first time ever, he’s added his own
personalized wheels to the car. Corey: These are my custom wheels. The size of the wheels
that’s on the car is 34 inch wheels,
as you can see. Al: I’ve known him since
he built his first car and now he’s at the max at 34, 34 inches, you can’t go any higher. It’s one of his greatest builds. You’d think huge rims and a slick paint job would be enough. But Corey has also completely
customized the interior. Corey: I got this remote to make the doors light up, man they light up all
the way in the back. And this remote makes the stars in
the roof come on the raked roof. Al: To explain this
car in one word, it would be outrageous. Corey: Under the hood,
we’ve got a V8, 5.7 liter Hemi engine. Also we’ve got the custom grill. The custom tier grill. They got my logo on there, CJ on 34’s. I also have Oracle lights
in the front of the vehicle that I can control with an app. Everything is controlled off of
this app on my phone right here. I like the blue and the purple the most because it
goes with the car. And we’ve got the custom trunk. Little mesh grill to
give it like a fancy look. You’ve got to do a lot of — a lot of — different
things to get the car right. And that was my goal to make
it as crazy as possible. But to have it ride as smooth as possible and still keep it you know, where I can take it anywhere I want
to take it and drive it anywhere else. It took me eight months
from when I bought the car, but I couldn’t be happier
with the way it turned out. Customizing a car to this level isn’t something that
can be done on a budget. Probably my most expensive deal is the craziest thing for me is,
how much money I actually put in this car. Honestly, I think I’m close to $100,000, that’s with purchasing the car. I had no idea that I was going to
take it to the level that I took it to, so that was my biggest surprise. Like I didn’t know really
what I was getting into. 100% satisfied with the result. If I had to do it all over again, I don’t think there’s
nothing else in my mind, that I could have done
different with the car. I have upgraded it and touched
just about everything that I could on the car. It’s just unique, it’s different, I love
it. Some people hate it, I don’t care.


  1. He just ruined a perfectly good challenger…. why people but those type of rims on cars I'll never know those rims make the car look so stupid.

  2. This car needs to be blown up in to a trillion pieces. Man talk about a ugly looking car. Taking a muscle car to this abomination…

  3. #32gang ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿพ

  4. I think people should always do what they love to do and dont worry about other people's opinions. Car looks amazing to me

  5. CJ ,,,talk to hot wheels,, a diecast model needs to be made , a hot car , why not ?!?!๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿฟ๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿฟ๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿฟ๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿฟ๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿฟ๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿฟ

  6. Physically convulsing c…c..ool……ch..al..enger….b..bro…..
    .gaaaah its ugllllyyyy!!!!! 100k could have bought the man a demon!….but obviously he dont care about speed with those wheels and rubber band tires so….u do u man

  7. ๐Ÿ˜ฒAll I can say is,

  8. Nothing like taking a well engineered machine and go backwards with it, the unsprung weight has to be off the charts, anytime you modify it should be to improve the performance , not go back to the stage coach days,, get this man a horse and buggy

  9. I think it's great!! I wouldn't want one. But it's fun. Incredible paint. And attention to detail is impressive. That said… I wonder how well OFF road a Challenger GT AWD would be if all Donked up?! Hmm….

  10. A perfect illustration of the difference between "What's it worth?" and "What have you got into it?" $5000 partout vs. $45k.

  11. 99% of you guys donโ€™t even 100k in your savings account. ๐Ÿ˜‚ but want to say something about someone who spend 100k on something they want !!!! Look outside your window at your car !!!! Stay in your lane !!!!

  12. what a waste of money its said this fool put 100k into this build I like to know where all this loot came from I can see having passion for something but this…is totally ridiculous that money could have been put to better use

  13. Man you got it like that,,,you do you, it's a cool car and you got a great eye for detail too, That's how it's done in America ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

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