Greg Huizenga's home-made 1983 Hemi powered Cherokee Laredo drew some major attention at Hot Rod Drag week recently. The two-door Wagoneer was created using a 1971 Chevy C10 pickup truck and a Dodge Challenger. The drivetrain and Hemi come out of a stock 2010 Challenger RT with around 500hp with the assistance of a Bullseye 366 turbocharger. He got this machine running after 5 years and 11 months of ownership. I guess good things come to those who wait, just check out the performance below. It's safe to say that Grand Cherokee SRTs aren't the only ones making a name for themselves on the drag strip. While there have been a lot of them in the forefront lately, this Cherokee Laredo is a unique combination of classic looks and power. What do you think of this Hemi Powered Cherokee Laredo? Tell us in the comments!Click to Share!
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