How it sounds to replace an ordinary 3.5 liter V6 with mighty 8.3 liter V10 from Dodge Viper? Superb, of course. Here is the "mysterious" Chrysler 300C with such engine and some other goodies including - Eibach adjustable coilovers, a T56 Tremec six-speed manual transmission, a custom Aeromotive fuel tank, and a C&R racing radiator.

The pride owner - Derek Ekins did the whole work by himself except the wiring harness and computer reflash.

"I built it knowing about the power and trying to keep it reliable." He added, "I didn't really build it to race it. I just wanted something different. I really liked the Viper, but I couldn't fit my whole family in it.", commented Ekins.

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source: Worldcarfans