1974 Charger SE, PT Cruiser Purple, 440 Magnum bored 30 over, has good Cam, new heads, new carb, high rise intake, Mallory ignition, new exhaust, good brakes, new rear leaf springs, new tires and wheels and original interior. New deck lid spoiler, hood scoop, and front air dam. The transmission was a fresh rebuild automatic. Kenwood stereo in the glove box. This was a project car in the middle of a complete restoration, left to me due to my friend's untimely death and I have no time to complete it. There are next to no miles on the new engine. He was in the middle of replacing the dashboard and working on the interior. 13,500 firm. Title is clean. This car runs great and goes fast! Just put a new battery in it.
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