GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1974 Dodge Challenger
for purchase. The Dodge Challenger entered the Pony Car market in
1970 off the Chrysler E-body platform to compete with the highly
successful Mustang & Camaro. It shared many things with the
Plymouth Barracuda and both were offered with a whole slew of trim
levels & engine options. The Challenger was a more luxurious
featured car intended to attract more high income buyers to the
Pony Market thrills. Four decades later, you don't see luxury. You
see a mean looking muscle car that is a blast to drive as few can
rival the stance and aggressive appearance from the greatest
This Challenger is a great cruising car with a very desirable body style looking great in Burnished Red paint with black vinyl interior. It's powered by a 360ci V8 engine and automatic transmission. It came nicely featured with bucket seats, woodgrain console, Rallye package, simulate louvres, and the sport hood. According to our vehicle intake inspection; all of the exterior lights (low/high, turn signals, taillights), wheels, hood and trunk latches, wipers, horn, aftermarket radio, windows, locks and heater all are in good condition and function as they should. This is truly a classic Mopar muscle beauty that is a lot of fun to fire up and drive! Please call or email for more details!
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