SEMA eNews Vol. 21, No. 44, November 1, 2018

Kooks Unveils Two Musclecars: “Project Reverence” and “Black Magic”

By SEMA Editors

Kooks Headers and Exhaust unveiled two high-powered musclecars in its booth (#24849) on the opening day of the 2018 SEMA Show. “Project Reverence” combines the intense power and modern luxury of the Dodge Hellcat with one of the most iconic muscle car bodies of all time, the 1969 Dodge Charger. “Black Magic,” is a beautiful resto-mod with a subtle, hand-fabricated body, designed and owned by former Riddler Award Winner Douglas Cooper.

Project Reverence Black Magic
“Project Reverence” (left) combines the intense power and modern luxury of the Dodge Hellcat with one of the most iconic muscle car bodies of all time, the 1969 Dodge Charger. “Black Magic,” is a beautiful resto-mod with a subtle, hand-fabricated body, designed and owned by former Riddler Award Winner Douglas Cooper.

Built by Cleveland Power and Performance (CPP) in Cleveland, Ohio, “Project Reverence” sits on a complete Hellcat chassis and drivetrain, featuring Kooks Headers and Exhaust’s Hellcat 2-in. stainless-steel headers and full 3-in. stainless-steel exhaust system. Thanks to the exhaust and tune, the supercharged Hemi makes 750 hp to the tires. In addition to the exhaust and Hemi, the Charger also features a hand-fabricated body, custom Hellcat interior and KW coil-overs.

The 1969 Camaro was built by Dynamic Speed and Custom in Gadsden, Alabama. It’s powered by a 650hp 427ci LS and backed by a Bowler Transmission/Tremec TKO  six-speed. Additional products featured on the build are one-off Chip Foose wheels, Detroit Speed front suspension with RideTech coil-overs and sub-frame connectors, Detroit Speed rear section with 9-in. rear axle.

Stop by Kooks booth (#24849) to get an up-close look at these two powerhouses.

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