1973 DODGE CHALLENGER CUSTOM 2 DOOR HARDTOP - 113417Sold* at Las Vegas 2011 - Lot #648 1973 DODGE CHALLENGER CUSTOM 2 DOOR HARDTOPhttps://cdn.barrett-jackson.com/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/113417/113417_Front_3-4_Web.JPG
Lot #648 1973 DODGE CHALLENGER CUSTOM 2 DOOR HARDTOP
Lot #648 - This '73 Challenger is matte black from grille to tail panel. A big block stroker and a stout suspension make for a combination worthy of the nickname, "Hellion." Rebuilt by the Mopar experts at Muscle Car Restorations in Wisconsin. This car started out as a clean car with great bones. SEM Hot Rod Black covers just about every surface other than the glass, including the trim, grille, tail panel and more. Big block power was already under the hood but MCR upped the ante with a 507cid stroker. Indy 440EZ CNC heads do the heavy breathing, taking in air from the Holley 850 double pumper and Indy single plane intake and expelling through TTI headers. Underneath, the floors which were stripped before getting a thick coat of Rhino lining. Its nearly indestructible, a great sound deadener and in line with the cars street bound character. You'll also find a tubular K-frame with rack & pinion steering, QA1 coil overs up front and a big DANA 60 axle out back with disc brakes at all corners. Electric exhaust cut-outs in the TTI 3" pipes let you dictate how far away you can be heard. Inside, newer model cloth seats are much more comfortable and supportive than the factory buckets. Autometer gauges in a custom panel keep you informed and the Alpine stereo entertains you while the Classic Auto Air setup keeps you cool. This car was built for cruising.
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