Kevin Hart Showcasing Custom Cars at LA Auto Show

Collection of Classic Cars: 1969 Plym. Roadrunner + 1959 Chev. Corvette

Kevin Hart is to exhibit close to a dozen of his custom automobiles at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show. It is the maiden occasion in which Hart has showcased all eleven automobiles unifiedly for public display.

It has taken Hart a long time of collecting to create his “Kollection.” Each auto was fashioned according to his requirements, with numerous designed with a unique motif. Numerous of his vehicles include horror movie topics, which is his fondest kind.

Themes of “Bane” and “The Dark Knight” featured on his 1987 Buick Grand National, while a 1970 Dodge Challenger was given the Hellraiser motif. Moreover, the 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner was dedicated to Michael Myers from John Carpenter’s Halloween (1978).

The impressive powerhouse that is the Roadrunner boasts a tremendous 940-horsepower Whipple supercharged Hemi V8 engine that works together with a manual six-speed transmission. The custom muscle car, paying tribute to Michael Myers, comes with Halloween-inspired elements both inside and outside such as the orange-painted hubcaps. Inside, the interior includes a knife handle gear shifter, Italian leather upholstery highlighted by an orange “blood splatter” effect, and a Road Runner logo sporting a mask.

The unveiling of the new Challenger has been greatly anticipated by Hart’s collectors. They will finally be able to attend the 2023 SEMA Show and observe its grand introduction. At the event, the following cars will be showcased:

The SF90 Spyder and 812 Competizione, though peculiar entrants, fit adeptly into this assembly. Hart tailored both of them sevenfolds, including individualized features like stripes and carbon-fiber wheels for the 812.

Expect more news anchored by Kevin Hart as the festivities draw near in November. From the 17th to 26th, people will be able to attend the event; tickets are already on sale with prices ranging from $27 for those 13 and up, $15 for seniors aged 65 and higher, and ticket costs dropping to $10 beginning at age 6 till 12 years old. There’s also a Monday-Thursday discounted package available at $24, $13, and $8, respectively. Children under the age of six get free entry when accompanied by a paying adult.

Source: Los Angeles Auto Show

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