The vast majority of Dodge owners who we feature showcase their muscle cars in a motorsport setting – typically drag racing or road racing – but modern Challengers and Chargers don’t just dominate the racing world. The big, bold styling of today’s Dodge muscle cars yields great aerodynamics, but that styling also leads to some beautiful cars that appeal to car show judges, as has been proven by Patrick Ammons and Anna Konya. This couple from Conway, South Carolina, has a pair of Dodge muscle cars that have been modified in their own way, allowing the two to rack up car show wins all over the southeastern United States.
In just 2021 and 2022, Patrick and Anna took home a total of 174 trophies, with her Challenger leading the way with 92 pieces of hardware and his Charger claiming 82 titles over those two years. There were 730 days total in 2021 and 2022, so with 174 trophies won during that time, the couple averaged a win every 4 days … so at least one of them took home a trophy just about every week. In seeing their success online, I reached out to the couple for more information on their Dodge muscle cars and their time in the show scene.
In speaking with Patrick Ammons, I learned that the Challenger and Charger shown here are the most elaborate builds that he and Anna have owned. Prior to the Challenger, Anna had a Camaro RS that had a few basic visual upgrades while Patrick had a 2014 Charger SRT8 that served mainly as a street-and-strip car, but he did occasionally take it to shows.
When Anna bought her Challenger R/T Scat Pack in January of 2019, it represented her triumphant jump to Dodge from the GM world. At first, it was primarily a daily driver, so she planned to add some basic upgrades to make it her own, but she never planned on the car becoming such an elaborate build. When Patrick bought his Charger R/T Scat Pack in June of 2019, he wanted the car to offer better drivability than his 2014 Charger, but he wanted the best of show-and-go from his four-door muscle car. However, as we can see from the pictures here, both of these cars are heavily modified and both drivers have plans to do more.
Anna decided to go bigger with her build at the Klean Exhibition in Greenville, South Carolina, in 2019. At that point, she had a full custom leather interior, underhood dress-up, aftermarket wheels and a beefed-up sound system, but in seeing the competition, she knew that she would need to do more in order to compete in the indoor car show scene. This revelation led to her adding the vertical doors, the air suspension setup, the custom wrap and new wheels.
As for Patrick, when Anna began building bigger, he made some moves of his own to stay ahead of his competition (and to keep up with Anna). He added the interior carbon fiber components, the Lighting trendz halos, the engine bay lighting, the grille lights, new subwoofers and an air suspension system of his own.
It should be noted that in addition to being an award-winning show car, Patrick’s Charger runs solid numbers on the drag strip, with his best time to date being an 11.36 – emphasizing the show-and-go abilities of this gorgeous Plum Crazy Dodge.
The current iteration of each of these vehicles have stacked wins around the southeast, serving as some of the sharpest modern Dodge show cars in the online community. The list of upgrades to each of their vehicles is too extensive for us to discuss everything, even briefly, so we have included a list for Patrick’s Charger and Anna’s Challenger below.
Patrick Ammons’ Charger Modification List
Performance / Suspension
- P-1SC Procharger supercharger
- Procharger race intercooler
- Procharger big red open blow off valve
- Air lift front and rear strut and bags with 3p management hydrodipped air tank
- Driveshaft Shop one-piece aluminum driveshaft
- Hotchkis front and rear sway bars
- HP70 built transmission by Sipple’s Speed and Performance
- Per4mance Development rear diff brace
- AAD Performance billet rear toe arm links
- AAD Performance billet upper control arms
- AAD Performance billet trailing arms
- BMR suspension rear strut tower brace, hydrodipped
- Walbro 400 fuel pump
- Tuned with HP Tuners
- VFMBX10 forged Velgen wheels
- SRT® Hellcat Redeye hood
- Satin black wrapped hood by Coastal Auto Restyling
- Lighting Trendz flow series halos
- Lighting Trendz flow series engine bay lights
- Lighting Trendz flow series grill lights
- Downforce Solutions front half splitters
- Downforce Solutions wickerbill with procharged cutout
- Downforce Solutions rear half splitters
- Purple painted Brembo brakes
- Purple spiked lug nuts
- Scat pack badge with purple accent
- Ikon Motorsports rear diffuser
- Tinted side markers
- Tinted rear lights
- Carbon fiber fog light covers
Engine Bay / Interior
- Hydrograhics by Outlaw Hydrograhic
- Status Racing GTX purple racing seats
- Status Racing purple 5 pt harnesses
- Braum Racing harness bar
- Carbon fiber steering wheel with purple stitching and purple 12 o’clock stripe
- American Brother Designs oil catch can
- American Brother Designs PCV cover
- American Brother Designs baffle cover
- American Brother Designs throttle body cover
- American Brother Designs hood shock covers
- American Brother Designs purple door pin locks
- Family customs carbon fiber firewall cover
- ABS cover wrapped in carbon fiber vinyl
- Lloyd’s Mats custom Plum Crazy Purple floor mats
- Scat Pack start stop emblem
- Scat Pack dash badge
- Scat Pack steering wheel badge
- Purple interior bulbs
- Purple trunk bulbs
- Purple puddle light bulbs
- Skar Audio SDR 10D2 subwoofer with custom box
- Carbon fiber steering wheel
- Carbon fiber steering wheel accents
- Carbon fiber door panel accents
- Carbon fiber window control covers
- Carbon fiber door lock covers
- Carbon fiber vent covers
- Carbon fiber sunroof cover
- Hydrodipped dash cover
- Hydrodipped center console cover
- Hydrodipped rear center console cover
- Spectre Performance carbon fiber washer fluid cap
- Spectre Performance carbon fiber coolant reservoir cap
- Spectre Performance carbon fiber oil dip stick cover
Going forward, Patrick plans to have the bottom end of his engine built to handle more boost from a Procharger F1A blower, with the goal of 800 rear wheel horsepower.
Anna Konya’s Challenger Modification List
- Universal air bags
- Airlift Performance 3P Management
- Dual 444 Viair compressors
- 4 gallon air tank with custom hydrographics
- Lambo door conversion kit by Vertical Doors
- Top half partial wrap in satin black with carbon fiber pinstripe by Coastal Auto Restyling
- Velgen wheels, Lightweight Series in Gloss Bronze
- Hankook Ventus V12 Evo275/40/20 tires
- Dual Skar 12” subwoofers with custom enclosure in the trunk with an amplifier
- Auxiliary battery to run all lights
- Legmaker carbon fiber cold air intake
- Tazer by Z-Automotive
- Petty’s Garage strut tower brace
- Engine bay dressed up in custom hydrographics
- Billet oil catch can and covers (powdercoated in Sublime Green)
- ABS cover wrapped in carbon fiber
- Carbon fiber firewall and ABS cover by Family Customs
- Custom leather interior by Katzkin with double diamond stitching in lime green
- Carbon fiber inserts and covers
- Sublime Green floor mats by Lloyd’s Mats
- Custom Shamrock trunk liner with airbrushed clovers by Grand Design Mat
- Green LED floor and interior lights
- Custom headrest brackets by Grocery Getter Racing
- Carbon fiber steering wheel
- Custom half-splitters, wicker-bill and rear diffuser by DownForce Solutions
- Tinted windows, tail lights and side markers
- Life-Time ceramic coating by System X
- Powdercoated intake rings
- Lighting Trendz halos and wheel lights; LED engine bay/trunk lights
- Chasing underglow lights by OneUpLighting
- Carbon fiber inserts and covers
Anna plans to add some power to her Challenger soon with a new camshaft, headers and full exhaust, along with upgrading her suspension system with hardlines for the trunk-mounted air system.
We mentioned at the top of the piece that these two Dodge drivers claimed 174 trophies during 2021 and 2022. With that many wins in a short time, we can’t possibly list them all, but I asked Patrick and Anna which are their biggest wins over the past two years.
Patrick’s Charger won Best Domestic at Import Facebook in Rockingham, North Carolina; Best Modified Charger at Mopars at the Rock 2011-2022; Best Engine Visuals at the Klean Exhibition in Daytona, Florida; Best Domestic at the Klean Exhibition in Savannah, Georgia; and Best Dodge at Import Evolution in Columbia, South Carolina.
Anna’s biggest finishes include Best Dodge at Import Evolution in Jacksonville, Florida; 2nd place Dodge and Best Female-Owned Vehicle at Import Evolution in Columbia, South Carolina; 3rd place in the Domestic Class at Slammedenuff in Charleston, South Carolina; and Best of Show at Mopars at the Rock.
If you are interested in seeing more pictures of these cars or following along in their 2023 car show season, you can do so on their dedicated Facebook pages – The Shamrock Challenger and Twisted Hemi.