There's no question that Chrysler knew how to build some awesome muscle cars during the peak of the era. That's exactly why you're attracted to this 1973 Dodge Challenger R/T tribute. But more than just a sleek and sinister appearance, this one backs up its muscle machine looks with a big Magnum 440 V8. But we suggest you look over the great paint and nicely coordinated interior first, because once you heart the big block roar, you'll instantly fall in love/lust.
This coupe is out to get all the right attention. Its blue has a metallic hue to give it an electric-level shine the you know will look great no matter if its reflecting the car show sunshine or midnight neon. Plus, the complete set of black R/T stripes accents the curvaceous rear end sheetmetal. We know you love the shine that comes from the re-dipped bumpers, hood pins, and those 15-inch REV alloys (that are larger in the rear to tell everyone that serious power is meeting the pavement.) But the most aggressive elements are in satin black. The hood treatment highlights the ram air openings, and the large rear wing and matching tail panel offer a menacing finishing touch.
Mopars of this era have always been a nice place to spend some time, but this one goes the extra mile with a well-coordinated black and blue interior. This Challenger goes for both a premium and a sporty feeling with all the right elements. It starts with bucket seats and desirable center console. The woodgrain in the center nicely coordinates with the dash for the right period-correct feeling. In fact, this one goes for so much originality, that even the AM/FM 8-track stereo is still working! But this cool Mopar does also have a nice upgrade. When you look through the factory sports steering wheel, it gives you a clear view of an upgraded full gauge package, including a large tach. This has a cool blue glow in the darkness, which reminds you that even this upgrade was part of a thoughtful package.
When you look in the engine bay, you'll be happy to know that the bright air topper isn't lying. This really is powered by the almighty Magnum 440 cubic-inch V8. And more than just having the famous performance big block, this one is enhanced with a four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock aluminum hi-rise intake, and Edelbrock aluminum heads. And because the headers add power as well as contribute to the rumble of the dual exhaust, this screamer of a motor can be used to intimidate the rest of the muscle car crowd. But if all you want to do is take your Challenger on a midnight cruise, then you'll be thankful for features like the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes.
Great looks, great packaging, and serious power all make for an irresistibly cool Mopar. So don't take too long admiring this one, or it might already be gone. Call today!!!