This is a great running 1972 Challenger with 318 engine,thats been dynoed at 330hp see dyno sheet.Has build sheet on this clean engine and many reciepts.Holly 650 carb with new Hooker Headers and new buckeys exhaust out back.This car is riding on the original drum brakes with 500 miles BF Goodrich tires,with repainted Rallys and matching center caps.In the rear has original Tire Jack and handle and matching rally spare tire.All Original and not perfect.
Lucky Collector Car Auction August 31st and September 1st.
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