SEMA is the place where beautiful, bold and sometimes barely recognizable cars come in 15 minutes to their glory. However, a smooth 1000 horsepower car almost didn't reach this city in bright lights and big dreams.
Quintin Brothers Auto and Performance were set to take out a cheat Dodge Challenger they put together with their partner ProCharger on the show, Their plans and hard work were seemingly thwarted in early October 30, when a thief left the entire cabin of The ProCharger and a Ford F-250 connected to a trailer with its show car of 1000 HP Challenger inside, according to Speed Society .
Only 11 hours later, police finally managed to move the missing car and its driver to a parking garage. According to Las Vegas Review Magazine suspect Jesse Grano broke into police before they could get out of his squad, sending pieces from the front. The Challenger then rebounded, but was later abandoned. Grano was later arraigned on an unrelated murder attempt on charges .
He had a busy week.
All this action left Challenger with more than a few irregularities and insults, as Cole Quintin Las Vegas News said:
"We were in shock, we couldn't imagine that something like that could it ever happened, "Quintin said." It looks like they've been living in this thing, but they only had it for about 11 hours. "
He says they still plan to show it at the SEMA 2019 show with the damage and all that, to demonstrate exactly how many
brothers now proudly display a car strapped into a police band and missing significant bits on its front fascia. the beaten-up Challenger has become a fan favorite of the show and is probably getting a lot more attention now than if he had arrived intact.
This story is so uplifting that it has to be turned into a children's book. Take it from this crushed to hell Dodge Challenger, children: however broken you are, if you show up and put on a bold face and try your best, people will still admire you .