Supercharged, Manual-Swapped Dodge Magnum SRT-8 of Your Dreams Is for Sale

Brian Silvestro
Photo credit: Cleveland Power & Performance

From Car and Driver

Remember the Dodge Magnum SRT-8? It was the high-performance version of Dodge's mid-2000s station wagon. It was a cool car, but it never came with either a supercharger or a manual transmission. One shop solved both of those problems with this particular 2006 model Magnum. The best part? It's for sale on eBay Motors right now for a pretty reasonable price, as was originally reported by The Drive.

The Magnum was built by Cleveland Power & Performance of Columbia Station, Ohio. The 392-cubic-inch Hemi and TR6060 six-speed manual transmission were sourced from a 2012 Challenger SRT donor car. Attached to the engine is a P1-SC1 Procharger making 7 psi of boost. On a dyno, the car made 529 horsepower and 528 lb-ft of torque to the wheels.

The drivetrain wasn't the only thing that's been updated. The car rides on adjustable BC Racing coil-overs and OEM Charger Hellcat wheels painted in a lovely shade of bronze, wrapped in Nitto NT555 tires. They shroud Hellcat-sourced Brembo brakes painted in orange.

Although this car is an '06, the shop grafted on a fascia from a later version of the Magnum from 2008. They've also deleted the rear wiper and badging for a cleaner look and tinted the windows. According to the ad's description, they've put on 1000 break-in miles to ensure everything works as it should.

The car is currently listed on eBay with a Buy It Now price of $36,995. That's nearly double what any other SRT Magnum would cost, but considering all of the upgrades, we can understand why the shop would ask this much. It really does check all the boxes, after all.

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