* PRICE IS IN USD & VEHICLE IS IN MILES *
August Motorcars is honoured to be offering this incredibly well done 1973 Dodge Challenger Resto-Rod,presented in Jet Black Metallic with Black Leather Recaro Seats and perfectly complimented by Carbon Fiber Interior Trim. Expertly detailed by our professional detail bay upon arrival,this amazing restored and modified classic has been extremely well cared for,comes to us in great condition,built by Farley’s in Calgary,and passes our stringent 100 point inspection making it August Certified.
Engine: 392 Hemi Crate Engine;
Brakes: Willwood Disc;
Front and Rear Slotted Discs
Wheels: HRE Performance Wheels
Tires: 255/35 R19 Fr & 285/35 R19 Rr
Steering Wheel: Sparco
Shifter: Hurst Shifter
RJS Drag Belts
Kenwood Minimalist Stereo Deck
Rear Sub Box,Internal Speakers
Halogen Headlights,New Tail Lights
Autometer Carbon Fiber Ultra-Light Gauges
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Great Lease and finance options available. Stop in and see us today,email us at [email protected] or call us at 250-860-0444 for more information.
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