1972 Dodge Charger SE 400, Brougham Edition.
Owned for 20 years. Just invested about $5000 into work done on car. I am pricing in a very fair range. Most Chargers of this era fully restored are going for 30-35K or more. Most Chargers on the other end (less than 15K) all look to need lots of work.
This one is right in the middle, ready to drive, and already looks great.
400 Big Block.
727 Automatic Transmission.
Under 79K miles.
Red with black pin striping.
Black interior with bench seats.
Purchased 20 years ago as a father and son hobby project. Since then my father has moved out of state and I have a family of my own. We too are now considering a relocation.
This Charger has been well taken care of and I am seeking a good home with someone who will enjoy her as much as we have.
To my knowledge, we are the third owner of the Charger spanning its nearly 50 year history.
The engine was rebuilt shortly after purchasing and more recently, we spent almost $5000 this year on getting her back to top performance. The work was done by a seasoned local mechanic our family has been using for 25 years.
He knows cars having both built and raced them.
There is virtually no body work necessary, as we have always garaged the car and the former owner indicated he had done the same. The main issue is with the section of vinyl top along the trunk. There is some separation and ripping in this area only. The majority of the roof vinyl has stood the test of time well.
On the lower underpanel of the passenger door, a small golf ball size puncture occurred in the metal from a jackstand many years ago resulting in some rust deposit.
The interior shows some age, but overall is in great shape. No seat or carpet tears. Any UV fading of material is very minimal, if even noticeable. Dash is sturdy and intact but does have a few defined cracks. Roof liner is tight also no tearing, but a couple of small dime sized holes appear along the perimeter.
Less than 79k miles on the odometer, we purchased when she only had about 50-60K.
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