Ken Ticknor’s Dodge Super Bee

This is the first 2007 Dodge Charger srt8 Super Bee sold and only 1000 of these numbered cars were produced. The day I purchased the car I started customizing to debut at SEMA 2006 in the Unique Wheels booth. Currently my car is the most awarded late model Chrysler/Dodge in the country. The Super Bee is equipped with a fully forged 7.0 426 motor with direct port nitrous , ported polished heads, and candy cut manifold. The drive train has been upgraded with 1000 HP halfshafts , Paramount nag 1 transmission 3200 stall converter, and a carbon fiber drive shaft. KW supplied me with variant 2 coil overs and sway bars, front and back. Energy Suspension help me out with all my bushings. My wheels are 3 piece forged with candy gold spokes. In 2015 I went to SEMA representing Team Hybrid in the Amsoil booth. My wheel sponsor unfortunately passed away with the copy right in limbo so my wheels were never produced. The SoCal car scene is super competitive sometimes and I get thrown in a domestic category, which is very hard to win. I had to improve my one of kind interior, which consist of 30 pantened Crocodile hides that all have been shaved, smooth, and dyed honeycomb and glossed. I completely removed all gray interior parts with all Crocodile then added dry carbon fiber in the doors and seats. Additionally, black nova suede and yellow billet was added to make this interior unbeatable and includes a full custom stereo system. In 2017 I was invited to go to SEMA again so I decided to change up once again. I had 6 months till SEMA so with over 1500 hours of work, I made one-off custom carbon molds to lay carbon on my car. The list includes a carbon fiber hood, trunk, spoiler, bumper, fenders, roof, mirrors, a,b,c pillars and side skirts. All of these pieces have pegan gold candy added to the 4 coats of clear and bright yellow mesh added throughout the car. This year I have taken out all of my competition. It goes to show that with dedication, hard work and a having the best team (HYBRID) backing me up I have built one Killer Bee!!!

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