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Project Hulk: Liberty Walk Challenger

Project Hulk: Liberty Walk Challenger

As soon as Coleman bought the 2015 fully loaded Dodge Challenger Scat Pack back in January of this year, he knew he wanted to transform it into something what was anything but normal. “I decided to choose the Original 1970's Sublime Green paint job for this monstrous build,” he describes. “After photoshopping a render of the car, there was no better name for this mean green machine than #ProjectHulk.” But Coleman didn’t just want regular run-of-the-mill mods for his build and had bigger aspirations for his ride, including owning the first 2015 Challenger in the U.S. to have the Liberty Walk treatment. Thanks to his relationship with LTMW owner Long Tran (who is close acquaintances with Liberty Walk’s owner Kato), he was able to secure the first kit on pre-order to the States.

Since the kit wasn’t designed for the minor revamps of the 2015 Challenger, a few modifications had to be made by Tran and his crew, which wasn’t a problem for the team given they’ve modified Liberty Walk kits for a number of vehicles, including Kato’s own GT-R and Ferrari (which were featured back in Issue 88). “I have loved the exaggerated bolt-on look of these kits since I first laid eyes on them a couple years ago,” Coleman says. “I wanted to have a completely unique car with heavy JDM/Euro/USDM influences.”

So with that in mind, he decided to go with an Air Lift Company air suspension and Rotiform three-piece forged wheels to keep his love for stanced rides, while having the luxury to control the height at a touch of a button. He then worked with LTMW to fabricate the first-ever carbon fiber roof for the latest iteration of the Challenger. In addition, they fabricated a carbon fiber front splitter and carbon fiber side splitters to match. Next, were the Recaro Seats, which he had custom upholstered with leather and Alcantara suede finished with Sublime Green stitching since Coleman wanted to have a racecar feel, with the luxury comforts of a European car. Out back, there’s a custom Sublime Green roll cage with a custom rear delete that has been upholstered in full black Alcantara. To continue the color scheme inside, he decided to reupholster the door panels, armrest and shift boot accordingly. And finishing it all off is a Hurst Short shifter and Mopar hood pins to “give back to the USDM diehards,” he mentions.

Finally in March of 2015, #ProjectHulk made its debut at the DUB Show at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Kato of Liberty Walk was at the unveiling and signed the inside of his hood, making the build that much more special to him. “After owning the car for half a year and traveling around the state to shows, I can say that it turned out better than I could've ever imagined. It completely redefined the way I looked at American Muscle and hope that others start to use similar aspects in their future builds!”

- Dodge Challenger Liberty Walk Widebody Kit
- Dodge Hellcat Mopar Hood
- Mopar Hood Pins
-Custom Carbon Fiber Roof
-Custom Carbon Fiber Front Splitter
- Custom Carbon Fiber Side Skirt Splitters
Wheels & Tires:
- 20" Rotiform Concave LVS 20x12 (Front),20x13 (Rear)
- Toyo R888  Tires - 285/35R20 (Front), 315/30R20 (Rear)
- Air Lift Suspension And Management System
-Borla Long Tube Headers And ATAK Exhaust
- Recaro Sportster CS w/ Double Sublime Green Stitching
- Custom Sublime Green Roll Cage
- Custom Rear Seat Delete Upholstered w/Alcantara and Double Sublime Green Stitching
- Center Console Upholstered w/ Alcantara And Double Sublime Green Stitching
- Door Panels Upholstered w/ Alcantara And Double Sublime Green Stitching
- Shift Boot Upholstered w/ Double Sublime Green Stitching
- Hurst Short Shifter

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Bulletproof Suspensions Cadi-Max Chevy 2500 Diesel

Bulletproof Suspensions Cadi-Max Chevy 2500 Diesel

Although the base vehicle is a 2015 Chevy Silverado 2500HD Duramax Turbo- Diesel, it’s been modified to include a 2015 Cadillac front end, which is why the Internet christened the build the “Cadi-Max” (although it doesn’t have an official name). “In 2014, we saw some pretty cool renderings and projects from other companies and building, so we knew we needed to debut something cool,” says Bryan Brown, owner of Bulletproof Suspensions. “We wanted to unveil our new bolt-on rear cantilever four-link system on a completely customized truck that would stand out from the rest of the over-the-top builds on the Convention floor. The 2500 was a great choice since it was the perfect match for the Cadillac front-end conversion.”

Cadillac front-end conversions are nothing new in the customization world, with the trend having started years ago and still going strong. But what makes Bulletproof Suspensions so different is that it’s the first to be done on a full-size truck. “No one has done it on a 2500HD,” Brown admits. “They’re usually done on half ton trucks. So for this, the truck was wider and nothing fitted correctly. It took tons of bodywork and labor to make it look like factory.”

Like many conversions, it was not an easy task since getting the right fit on a new front end designed for another ride always has its hiccups. But thanks to IMZZ Elite and the crew at Bulletproof Suspensions, all the kinks were worked out and everything ended up fitting and looking like it came from the factory. “The conversion involved new wiring for the truck so that codes didn’t keep popping up. We worked hard until we got zero codes and everything was just right, taking five weeks on bodywork alone.” After the conversion was complete, the guys at IMZZ Elite also gave it a bold Candy Blue paint job that also graces the Pace Edwards automatic retractable tonneau cover.

Since the truck was meant to show off Bulletproof Suspension’s rear four-link cantilever system (complete with Bulletproof coilovers and shocks made by Icon Vehicle Dynamics), Bryan made sure that it could hold its own on any terrain and sent it to the trails. “Just because this isn’t the truck you want to go thrashing in any terrain you find because of the expensive paint and body accessories used, doesn’t mean it can’t handle what you throw at it,” Brown says. Other mods on the unique custom include: 22” Rolling Big Power Scalpel wheels; Toyo 40X15.50R22 LT Open Country M/T tires; pull out Cargoglide; Amp Research Power steps and running boards; and a Soundstream stereo system.

Despite being Brown’s personal truck, it spends most of its time on the show circuit and is used as a promo vehicle for the their suspension kits. And as one of their best builds to date, the guys at Bulletproof Suspension have big shoes to fill for this year’s SEMA project and they’re still deciding how exactly to outdo themselves. But given their past builds, they’ll definitely reveal another lifted banger that not only shows off their new products, but their eye for creating the perfect display vehicle.

Bulletproof Suspension 12” kit, rear four-link cantilever system and coilovers
Icon Vehicle Dynamics shocks
2015 Cadillac front-end conversion, bodywork and BASF Candy Blue paint by IMZZ Elite
Pull out Cargoglide
Amp Research Power steps and running boards supplied by Lund Industries
Pace Edwards automatic retractable tonneau cover
Avi Wraps stickers and decals
Atomic Offroad curved light bars
Rolling Big Power exhaust
MGP Cover caliper covers with custom engraved “Bulletproof Suspension” logos
Pacific Performance Engineering front and rear end covers and transmission pan
Inland Empire Driveline front driveshaft
Wheels & Tires
22” Rolling Big Power Scalpel wheels
Toyo 40X15.50R22 LT Open Country M/T tires
Intro-Tech embroidered floor mats
Soundstream speakers, amps and subs




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