GORGEOUS CHALLENGER, BEASTLY MAGNUM 440, REBUILT A727, PS, PB W/WILWOOD DISCS!
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1973 Dodge Challenger 440
When see the perfect color combo and a big 440 V8, you'll pretty much sell your soul to get it. But this nicely restored 1973 Dodge Challenger 440 is being offered right now for a far less devilish price.
Plum Crazy is the exact paint you want on this muscle Mopar. But more than just a bold representation of a sought-after High-Impact color, you can tell there were all the right investments when this coupe was restored. That's why the panel gaps are uniform, the doors close with authority, and the shine rolls so evenly across the sheetmetal. And speaking of shine, we know you love the mirror-like chromed bumpers, compete trim, and bright Rallye wheels. But the most aggressive elements are in satin black. The hood treatment highlights the ram air openings; the Challenger Rallye-style side stripes are a cool addition to these later Challengers; and the large rear wing offers a menacing finishing touch.
The black accents are also a nice preview of the interior color. The high-back bucket seats have a intricate pattern that is in superior condition thanks to an investment during restoration. And the moment you slip inside, you realize just how much Dodge wanted to surround the driver. This is a center console car with the gear selector perfectly molded into the contoured setup. Plus, flanking the sporty dual-spoke steering wheel are your controls for heat/defrost and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo. And as you look at the gauges, the full auxiliary package and the large AutoMeter tach w/Pro-Shift Lite lets you know there's something special under the hood even before you twist the key and hear it roar.
When you look in the engine bay, you'll be happy to know that the hood callouts weren't lying. This is powered by the almighty Magnum 440 cubic-inch V8. More than just having the famous performance big block, this one is enhanced with a Holley four-barrel carburetor and a Mopar hi-rise intake. And because the long tube headers add power as well as contribute to the thunder of the dual exhaust, this screamer of a motor can be used to intimidate the rest of the muscle car crowd. It's also supported by the right components like an MSD ignition, Mallory pressure regulator, steel-braided hoses, and an aluminum radiator. Even the three-speed automatic transmission was rebuilt this year. Add in power steering and front disc brakes with Wilwood components, and this is the ideal muscle machine cruiser.
A beautiful and rare Mopar in the right colors and huge power. This is exactly what you want, and it can all be yours if you're first to grab this deal. Call today!!!