BUILT 340 SIX-PACK, PISTOL GRIP 4-SPD, EDELBROCK UPGRADES, STRONG RUNNER, NICE
We know why you love a Mopar. Chrysler built some of the most interesting designs of the muscle car era, and they did it in the lowest numbers. So of course you're going to be attracted to a 1973 Dodge Challenger with a well-built 340 V8, great paint scheme, and an unbeatable price.
The Challenger's shape is one of the most popular muscle car profiles in history. That's why it's no secret the Hemis cost what they do today, but this one is specially equipped to let you know where the smart money really is. It has the iconic rear fender kick that's showcased by the black and yellow paint scheme with full arrow graphics. This is the kind of wild affair you expect from these E-body classics. It has all the right R/T badging on the rear spoiler and blacked-out grille. The hint of aggressive darkness in the paint scheme even is continued on the American Racing Torq Thrust wheels. So this one looks the part of a serious muscle machine, and it also has the power to actually back this up...but more on that in a moment.
The pristine black vinyl interior is the right choice to complement the upper black paint on the two-tone exterior. The moment you slip into the high-back bucket seat, you realize just how factory correct this coupe feels. Of course it doesn't hurt that this one also has a new headliner and dash cap – two items that often fail over a four-decade life. You've got the desirable center console with the iconic pistol-grip gearshift sitting boldly in the middle. Just in front of that are a few worthwhile upgrades. First is an AM/FM/CD Pioneer stereo that will keep your passengers entertained. And you'll be paying attention to the aftermarket gauges and large SunPro tach, because as these additions suggest, there's something wicked going on in the engine bay.
The side callouts aren't lying. This is powered by a 340 cubic-inch V8 with six-pack carburetors. This is not the factory motor, which is actually a good thing. Because now this later build gets to take advantage of components that make it more powerful and more reliable. It starts with the Edelbrock RPM Performer cylinder heads and intake. It exhales through long tube headers that add power and contribute to the wicked growl out of the quad-tip dual exhaust. This is backed up by sturdy components such as a four-core aluminum radiator, stainless braided lines, and MSD ignition. The four-speed manual transmission ensures that this is a full package that keeps people intimidated on the streets, but this Mopar is more than just a stoplight bandit. It's easy to take this one out anytime even just for a spontaneous Saturday night cruise thanks to the power steering and front disc brakes.
Everyone who lays on this car will use adjectives like "wicked" and "speedy" to describe it. But if you hurry up and be the first to grab this Challenger, you can also add "affordable" to the list. Call today!!!
Defrost, AM/FM Radio, CD Player, Heat, Vinyl Interior, Front Disc Brakes, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Seatbelts-Front
- Engine Type
- Engine Size
- 340 V8
- Transmission Type
- 4 Speed Manual
- Fuel Specification
- Body Color
- Body Style
- Paint Type
- 55,868 (Unknown)
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Shifter Type
- Center Console
Estimated Monthly Payment
Based on 20% down over 96 months