Looks bad ass and I bet that cost some money. They should have put a supercharger on the car and while they had the engine out put in beefed up internals, cam, and heads. Then should have done headers to go with that aftermarket exhaust and intake.
I read on the LX Forum, that the folks at Performance Dodge (in Omaha, NE) did this for promotional reasons. Its will not be sold to anyone and is strictly for display at shows and venues around their region to attact customers. Therefore the amount spent is really advertising dollars to the dealership.
For those questioning the whys and so forth of the project. CO-Charger is correct in the purpose of this conversion. It is for advertising and fun. The conversion was quite extensive to say the least. The Police Edition push bar has been installed now and there are pictures on there with it and with the 69 charger next to it. Some like it some don't but it has been a fun project. If ya look closely, the rear door handles have been shaved. Enjoy http://dodge.tonstel.com
I agree with you on the grill. It is a police edition, so who knows if that was all that is available at this time. This charger is more of modern use due to the sunroof, 4 doors, all the electronic options added. But the one with the money dictates how it shall be.