1973 Dodge Challenger Restomod
Serious V8 power, four-wheel disc brakes, slick paint, an A/C interior, and much more come together on this 1973 Dodge Challenger Restomod to create the ultimate Mopar with everything you want. This coupe makes a stellar first impression. A professional application of the Burnt Orange Metallic really pays off on a Challenger with this level of fit and finish. The panels are so straight that you can really see the subtle curves the designers put into the sheetmetal. In fact, nothing gets in the way of the muscle car art thanks to details like the expertly eliminated door handles. So the clearcoat shine rolls evenly and completely down the profile. This serves as a great canvas for all the black elements. The hood strip and full-width spoiler add intimidation, and everyone loves the premium feeling that a vinyl roof has on a hardtop coupe. It was built before '70s new bumper laws, and those big chrome kings fit much snugger to the body. So they do a great job of drawing attention to the shining upgrades like the crystal clear headlights and 17-inch torque thrust polished alloys. When you pop the remote door openers, you realize all those black accents on the outside are also a preview of the interior. The seats, carpeting, door panels, headliner, and dash have a dark presentation that feels fresh from investment. These Challengers are great driver's machines with the bucket seat, center console, and dash design all coming together to encircle you. And as you sit down for a drive, you really get a sense of how upgraded this Mopar is. Features like the AM/FM/CD stereo and new R134a air conditioning system keep you comfortable. And the AIR sports steering wheel, upgraded gauges, and auxiliary readouts let you know there's something special under the hood even before you twist the key and hear it growl. The painted walls and bright components of the engine bay make this V8 look clean and mean... and that's for a good reason. Dodge's stout 340 cubic-inch motor has been given a ton of performance upgrades, including an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Offenhauser intake, and a set of Doug's long tube headers. The full package is estimated at over 400 horsepower! And don't just listen to the thunder this Challenger produces; follow the dual exhaust's path in the undercarriage photos. The cleanliness here demonstrates the level of detail in this build. Plus, you'll also spot some awesome upgrades like the vented & slotted four-wheel disc brakes (with calipers painted to match the exterior.) If this is starting to sound like an excellent all-around driving package, then you'll also love the stout Torqueflite A727 three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and modern performance tires. Complete with owner's manual and maintenance records, this is the fresh, powerful, custom, and all-around stunning Mopar of your dreams. So don't let it go into someone else's garage. Call today!!!