*360*, *AUTO*, *SHOW QUALITY*. This 1972 Dodge Challenger is
powered by a freshly rebuilt 360ci 8-cylinder stroker engine backed
by an automatic transmission. See the trophy's in the trunk.
MECHANICAL- This car runs and sounds great. It has been thru our
inspection and we replaced a idler arm. It has power disc brakes ,
manual steering, headers, B M shifter and Pro Comp gauges.
EXTERIOR- It has undergone a frame-off restoration and features a
laser-straight body and paint, highly detailed engine bay. R/T
stripes have been added for a great look. See the video for an up
close inspection. INTERIOR- It has new interior that is in
excellent condition with no issues. TEST DRIVE- A great driver with
no issues. Brakes work well and cruises the speed limit very
nicely. WARRANTY- We now offer warranty on all of our classic cars
with up to 10 year terms, ask for details and pricing. LIKE IT OR
RETURN IT- As being in business for 34 years we do not want to sell
anybody a vehicle they do not want. As many of our vehicles are
sold site unseen we will take the vehicle back and give a full
refund minus shipping. You are responsible for the shipping both
ways. You have 3 days to notify us you are not happy with the
vehicle and we will start the return process. Ask for more details.
VIDEOS- Call, text or email for videos of driving the vehicle and
of the engine running and accessories working, Dirk 605-695-7391.
Located in White,SD.
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