1973 Dodge Challenger All Original Car Don't let the looks fool
you. Changing the color from Top Banana to Lime Light Fender tag
and number stamps where it should be Have the original build sheet
from behind the rear seat. Factory power steering, power brakes,
A/C Have done some modifications but have all the original parts.
Very solid car, very little rust. Rust in trunk pan and thats it.
Floors are solid, riverside has one tiny hole less than dime size.
Rebuilt 318 with mild cam, work done by Gulftech Engines MSD EFI
throttle body system installed with new mid rise intake . Flowtech
Headers New Front disc brakes(Factory front disc car) New Radiator
and electric fans Front Suspension rebuilt All lights work, even
the original radio works but speakers are shot Mechanically, all
work is complete and runs amazingly. Can peel out the rear tires,
which is crazy for a 318 Body is in great condition except for the
dent on the front left quarter panel and door. Not rusted though,
so a good body guy can straighten it out without replacing the
panel. Getting ready to get paint and body work Please Note The
Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In
Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that
is by appointment only **Please Call First and talk to one of our
reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1973 Dodge Challenger
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