From 1969 to 1974 the first generation Dodge Challenger pony car was built using the Chrysler E platform sharing major components with the Plymouth Barracuda. It was built as Dodge's "answer to the Mustang and Camaro. For 1972 the options lists (both for performance and appearance/convenience items) had been drastically cut back. The convertible version (though a sun-roof was made available) most interior upgrade options (in particular leather seats) comfort/convenience items (in particular power windows and power seats) and all the big-block engine options were gone. The R/T series was replaced by the Rallye series. The 1972 models also received a new grille that extended beneath the front bumper as well as new rear tail-lights. Toward the end of the 1971 model year a few convertibles were made with the 1972 front end (grille lights etc.) and rear end (tail lights and their panel). These were specially built for TV and movie studio production use and showed up "Mod Squad" and other shows. This black 1972 Challenger sports a 408 cid Stroker engine bored from a 360 Chrysler block. It comes equipped with an Automatic Transmission Power Steering and Power Brakes. The engine has an Edelbrock RPM Performer Intake and a Holley 750cfm Vacuum Secondary Carburetor. The interior is factory black with the addition of a couple of aftermarket gauges. Visit Hanksters online at www.Hanksters.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 724-471-2975 for PA or 386-944-9219 for FL to schedule your visit today.