360CI POLICE INTERCEPTOR MOTOR, HIDDEN HEADLIGHTS, A/C, CORRECT COLORS, MOPAR!
Attention Mopar fans, here are some of your favorite things – factory-correct colors, hidden headlights, and a 360 cop motor. Yes, this 1972 Dodge Charger is everything you want, and more!
Long, lean, and truly its own car, the 1972 Charger has one of the meanest lines to come out of Detroit. FE5 Bright Red is such a great color of distinction on these coupes, so it's great to see it in its factory-correct hue shining so brightly. This Charger's design might be distinctive, but it's also easy to see the legendary DNA running through this car's veins in the hidden headlights, chrome bumper surround, and all the badging. And speaking of the insignias, you'll showing off the Special Edition script and logo that's on the factory-correct premium vinyl roof. And premium with a sporty flair is what this coupe really does best. You can see it in all the details, like the wide dual exhaust tips and Mopar's Mag wheels.
Black is beautiful, and that's what this highly original interior offers. You always find interesting components in a Mopar, and it starts here with the front seats. The button-top design is one of the most distinct and plushest you'll find in a coupe from this era. And speaking of luxury, the black interior is tastefully broken up by wood paneling on the door panels and all across the dashboard. The factory three-spoke steering wheel gives you a great view of the dash, which is important, because everything is focused on the driver. And while everything looks quite period-correct, right down to the AM/FM radio, you'll also pick up on a few nice upgrades. For example, the Rallye gauge package has had a SunPro tach neatly installed. And while you won't see your favorite upgrade, you'll certainly feel it with the modern R134a air conditioning.
Under the hood is a Mopar's 360 cubic-inch V8. While this motor is already quite powerful, this one has a cool secret. According to the consignor, this is a '72 Police Interceptor motor. In fact, it's believed that the cop motors were running the Quadrajet four-barrel carburetors like this one wears today. This not only makes for a great story at the car shows, but also you'll love it out on the road. The V8 was rebuilt with plenty of new parts, including a new camshaft. So this powerful cop motor is running at its finest. Plus, the growl of the new exhaust confirms your V8 prowess. And because this SE has been so good at being both sporty and luxurious so far, you're going to enjoy easy driving features like power steering, a Torqueflite 727A three-speed automatic transmission, and front disc brakes.
This Charger runs strong and is complete down to the working marker lights. It's the kind of Mopar that you know came from a careful home, and so are you enough of an enthusiast to be its next caretaker? Call today!!!
- AM/FM Radio
- Air Conditioning
- Vinyl Interior
- Front Disc Brakes
- Power Brakes
- Power Steering
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