Now for sale in our Houston Showroom is this 1974 Dodge Challenger. This was the year the Challengers big production came to a halt which meant there were only an estimated 11,500 of the 1974 models produced. The frost white paint with the black stripes compliments the body lines of this piece of American muscle. It is resting on a nice set of 17-inch American Racing wheels wrapped in Kuhmo tires that have quite a bit of tread left on them. The white on black color combo shows very well and is our favorite look on these cars. The bumpers, trim, glass, emblems, & grill are in great condition. The true power of this historical beast is just under the hood where you will find a 440 CID V8, which also features a nice set of Mopar performance valve covers and sounds very healthy & strong. It is paired to a 3-Speed automatic transmission that goes through the gears with ease. The car features 4 into 1 long tube headers that leads into a new 3-inch SS true dual exhaust. It has additional sway bars for rigidity, new struts all the way around, & new suspension bushings all the way around. As you move into the driver's seat to the interior you'll notice the black leather interior is in excellent shape and there is plenty of room in the backseat to take the kids for a fun ride. The Pro-Comp gauges in the dash add to the smooth styling of the interior giving you the oil pressure, fuel level, water temp, GPS Mph display, & RPM Tach. Some additional features include Power Brakes, Cassette with AM/FM Radio, and Seatbelts. Be the one to take this piece of true American Muscle home and show off to your friends and family. To see all of the HD pictures and video please go to http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/houston/1974/dodge/challenger-S783.html. For even more information on this 1974 Dodge Challenger located in our Houston showroom or contact the showroom at (832)243-6220 or email the showroom at Houston@GatewayClassicCars.com
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