Rally Charger 440 Magnum BB Southern car, Only 208 Made

Price: US $15,750.00 Item location: Coventry, Connecticut, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Charger
  • Type: Hardtop
  • Trim: SURVIVOR UNRESTORED
  • Year: 1974
  • Mileage: 92,000
  • VIN: WH23U4A147774
  • Color: Red
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1974 Dodge Charger SURVIVOR UNRESTORED

.IF YOU HAVE LESS THAN5 POSITIVE FEEDBACKS PLEASE CONTACT ME BEFORE BIDDING !

Well let me start by saying I'm a chevy guy and last year i got this on trade for a camaro i had.so iwill tell you everything I've been toldabout the car.

Please ask questions and get them answered before bidding !


UNRESTORED !!!!!!!!!!

SURVIVOR !!!!!!!!!

Has had paint work and front seat covers and a trunk mat but otherwise looks like an original Unrestored car !

This car hasAMAZING FLOORS AND FRAME AS PICTURED !!!

If someone took the time to paint the underside of this car with some black paint it would look awesome !

Depending on the Level vehicle you desire or if you want perfection you may want to restore it.

This is what I was told about the car. It's a very Rare 1974 "Rally Charger" WH23 U code car, Built Lynch road, MI I guess Only 208 of these were ever made.Again i'm a chevy guy soyou mopar guys probably know more about this than I do. I was told it does not have the original motor in it. I'm told it's an earlier 440. Possibly a 1973 motor withI believe the 727 automatic transmission. It runs and drives well. It has very strong shifts and the motor runs nice and smooth with no knocks or ticks. The car came up from Virginia in 1991 and I guess the owner passed away so it's been stored since 1994. It was pulled out of storage and registered in the last couple years and had the fuel tank dropped and flushed, carb rebuilt and a tune up and fluid changes. It looks to have a couple oil + what looks to be trans pan drips but that seems about the worst of it. The car runs and sounds sweet ! And as I say It also shifts nicely.

There is no visible body rot on the car. I guess it's had some areas painted (prior to 1994) but it's belived to still have some original paint on it here and there. It appears to have it's original body panels. The body and paint isn't factory perfect but it's a real sharp fun car ! It has some nice factory options on it like, A/C (not blowing cold), front disc brakes, Power steering, Luxury interior and door panels, Full Tinted glass, Bucket seats with center console, Factory AM_FM radio, Gauge pkg. with Dash Tach. Everything seems to work wel, even the factory tach works!The AM-FM looks to need a speaker. I realize this isn't a 1968 or 1969 charger but it's the end of an era for these b body cars and bound to catch up in value soon. So for now you can own a sweet ride for 1/2 the money !!!!!

Fender Tag in place. (actually has 2 Fender tags)

I am not an expert so please come verify any above information to be sure it's correct and you are satisfied with the car. The current miles read 92,444 I was told they are original but I have no way to know for sure with the age of the car.

Please keep in mind this is a 44 yearold car and has been in storage for half that time so it's not a new or perfect car. I would like to have anyone interested come check out the car before bidding. If you are unable to come see it i believe ebay offers an inspection service you could check into. Since I never registered the car I still have the NY state title and bill of sale I got with it that was just signed and handed to me. as usual it's being sold as is.

Please ask questions and get them answered before bidding !

Looking to get a 300. paypal deposit immediately at auction end. If this is a problem I ask you please not bid. Final payment in chec, bank to bank transfer or cash if in person. My bank tells me any check including a bank check needs 5 business days to fully clear the financial system. Title and vehicle held till funds clear.