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						Hurst Heritage Charger A
Hurst Heritage

Hurst GSS Charger

By Steve Temple

One of the most iconic muscle cars ever built was the 1968 Hurst Olds 442. This was the very first of the legendary “gentleman’s hot rods” targeted to mature, upscale performance enthusiasts. While Oldsmobile no longer exists, paying homage to the original Hurst Olds 442 is the new Hurst Heritage GSS Charger. Reincarnating the look and performance of the vehicle that inspired its creation, the Hurst Heritage GSS Charger’s color scheme is Billet Silver and Pitch Black, accented with bright white pinstripes.

Inside the cockpit, the glove-soft Katzkin Tuscany leather interior also has that heritage theme with embroidered Hurst logos and carbon shadow accents adorning the seats. And in a salute to the mighty Mopars of the golden age of high performance, a black anodized Hurst Pistol Grip Shifter stands ready to pull the gears of the eight-speed TorqueFlite transmission, mated to a modern Hemi under the hood. Completing the package is a lowered suspension rolling on a set of 20- by 10-inch Hurst Stunner Anthracite alloy wheels.

Hurst hearkens back to other legendary muscle cars as well, using either Mustang and Camaro platforms as a blank canvas for heritage customizing. 

Hurst Heritage Camaro B

The Hurst RPO Series L78 Camaro has a color scheme and trim like the 1983 15th anniversary Hurts/Olds, the eighth model in a series that started back in 1968.

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