Hi, Its come time to sell my 1974 Charger. Its Collector and Adult owned, Garage kept, Clean title, Well taken care of, Maintence up to date. It has a powerful 318 v8 that goes to a smooth 727 automatic trans. The car looks and works perfectly just as it did in 74'. Has power steering, Brakes, Numbers matching, As you can see from the pictures, No rust, Very Clean, Clean title, Rare options like Ice Cold A/c, rear defrost, Mint White interior, Mechanically runs 110%, New tires and brakes all around, Completely tuned up and ready for a new owner. Car was professionally repainted a rare gorgeous Orange factory color Sienna Metallic (Kt5) Has 78k Original Miles. Asking $17,999 Or best offer possibly some interesting trades. Would Make a great gift for a loved one. Runs and drives great, needs nothing, ready to enjoy for spring and summer. Thanks. VIN wh23g4a119854
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