You Can Buy Carson Wentz's Custom Dodge Challenger SRT Demon

Amie Williams
You Can Buy Carson Wentz's Custom Dodge Challenger SRT Demon

The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback is parting ways with his flashy personalized ride.

The Philadelphia Eagles may not be making a grand appearance in the Super Bowl next month, but quarterback Carson Wentz may have something that may end your woes. Wentz is selling his custom 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon that has been personalized with touches only an Eagle's fan would appreciate.

You Can Buy Carson Wentz's Custom Dodge Challenger SRT Demon

The exterior is finished in F8 Green, and the car sits on custom Giovanna wheels. A custom sound system features subwoofers in the trunk surrounded by a neon light display, and opening the doors illuminates a retro Eagles logo puddle lamp projecting from the side mirrors. Even more, his jersey number, 11, and his signature are stitched on the headrest. With the sale comes the $1 Demon crate.

Wentz's demonic Challenger is for sale at Barbera Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep, Ram in northeast Philadelphia. The car only has 3,689 miles on the clock, and it is priced at $149,984. The dealership will donate a portion of the sale to Carson Wentz's AO1 foundation.

The SRT Demon is a beast to be reckoned with, and this one has some added flash. Under the hood is a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engine that is rated at 840-horsepower. The car is said to dominate the quarter mile in under 10 seconds and can sprint from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 2.3 seconds.

What is the AO1 foundation? Wentz is highly religious, and this foundation is based on that. According to the website, the mission states "Uplifting individuals and communities around the world by demonstrating God’s love for his people." Working with an assembly of independent ministries, the foundation is able to help those in need.

If you're interested in Wentz's flashy and fast 2018 Dodge SRT Challenger Demon, make sure to contact the Barbera dealership today before another Eagles super fan gets ahold of it.

Source: Car And Driver