Liberty Walk, in case you don’t know, is a Japanese tuning firm specializing in making exotic cars ridiculously wide. What they do does not make mush sense in terms of practically, cost, and all the other sensible matters. That is why they are widely considered as automotive art work. The LB-Works Dodge Challenger is one of the latest and finest kits they’ve come up with.
The Liberty Walk Dodge Challenger wide body styling package consists of a few pieces, but it’s the unique design of these pieces that make the end result unique. The kit includes a front spoiler, wide front fenders, wider rear fenders, skirts, rear spoiler, and rear apron.
Here you can have a closer look at the LB-Works Dodge Challenger in this walkaround video produced by an owner. Now this guy owns a fair few cars, including a Pagani Huayra and a Porsche 918, so his advices are pretty sound:
Now if you fancy a LB-Works Dodge Challenger there are a few things to keep in mind. The pieces are built in Japan and shipped to you, which means installing them involves a good deal of fiddling. So you need a good fabricator. You are also going to need a complete air suspension system and some properly wide wheels. After you installed all of this, you have to either paint or wrap the car to cover up the imperfections. So yea, it’s a bit of hassle really, but the end result is cool enough to justify going to through it all.