SEMA 2007: The Hemi-Powered SR-392 Roadster Gets Revealed A Wee Bit EarlyRay Wert10/29/07 6:41pmFiled to: SemaChryslerMoparSEMA 2007SR-392SR-392 RoadsterHemiTop161EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkThis image was lost some time after publication. Just like last year we managed to find ourselves a way to sneak on to the show floor to snag some first-look shots of some of the sights, sounds and supremely over-powered wonderfulness on the SEMA showroom floor here in Vegas. First sight of the day was a vehicle we told you about just a few hours ago, the 392 Hemi crate engine-powered SR-392 Roadster, a product of Chrysler's Mopar Underground SEMA design team and Quality Metalcraft out of Livonia, MI. If you'll remember, Quality Metalcraft is the same company that owns AEV, the company that made the most awesome mod ever for a Mopar product — the "Brute" conversion kit. So why did the design team (featuring such heavyweights as Chrysler Truck Design chiefs Ralph Gillies and Mark Allen, plus Quality Metalcraft's Michael Chetcuti) decide to shoehorn a 6.4-liter Hemi crate engine into a classic street roadster? Because they could. Full press release below the jump.