Oklahoma-based Finale Speed’s 1970 Dodge Charger body will go for $199,000. company website.

Dodge in August announced carbon fiber bodies as part of a new round of items for him Direct Connection Parts Programas well as carbon fiber parts for the current Dodge Challenger and the drag racing Challenger moving chassis.

1970 Dodge Charger Finale Speed ​​Carbon Fiber Body

According to Finale Speed, the bodies were designed to the original specifications, but ride on a custom chassis with some additional structural bracing. The material itself is there carbon fiber prepreg is autoclaved, which defaults to a flat finish. Options include a $20,000 clear coat and $12,500 three-piece Forgeline wheels and tires.

Direct connection site says the bodies will come as part of a rolling chassis with a supercharged 6.2-liter Hellcat V-8 installed. Customers themselves will choose the transmission. Neither company has said how much weight the carbon fiber body saves compared to the original steel body, but it should be significant.

1970 Dodge Charger Finale Speed ​​Carbon Fiber Body

1970 Dodge Charger Finale Speed ​​Carbon Fiber Body

When the Charger carbon body was announced in August, Direct Connection said it would also work with Finale Speed ​​included Plymouth barracuda and Road Runner bodies, although there’s no word on when they’ll be available.

Finale Speed ​​isn’t the first company to remake a classic carbon fiber muscle car. Wisconsin-based SpeedKore Performance Group produced carbon fiber bodies for several vehicles and used them in Charger builds for design boss Stellantis Ralph Gilles and comedian Kevin Hartand also a mid engine 1968 Dodge Charger who appeared in the latest Fast and Furious movie, F9.