4610 Pet Lane
The custom muscle car that you always wished you had the time to build is now up for grabs. This 1973 Dodge Challenger has a bold presence, a custom A/C interior, an upgraded suspension, and a performance-built V8 under the hood. Oh yes, your dream Mopar is turn-key ready right now.
It's hard not to love one of the most intimidating looking muscle cars of all time when it's in a two-tone black and green. In fact, this one makes an instant impact because it's using a green akin to the legionary shade of Sublime. There has been so much invested in this shiny clearcoat, that it can take over for traditionally chromed elements like the bumpers. The result is a profile that instantly announces it's truly a unique machine. And because this one commands attention upon arrival, it's great that it stands up to scrutiny. You're looking at a laser-straight body that's far superior to what the factory had time to achieve. And intimidation is everywhere from the power bulge hood, to the rear Dodge lettering finished in a bloodthirsty red. And those black and chrome American Racing wheels finish off this aggressive package perfectly by filling the wheel wells with a 18/20 inch front/rear package that gives this Mopar the perfect street-eating stance.
Open the door to a full custom interior. The green and black color scheme continues to deliver intimidation as it's expertly interweaved on the custom door panels, seats, and center console. And take a moment to really look at those seats. The factory never offered anything nearly as comfortable as these leather buckets with modern bolstering. And with the full-length center console, even the rear gets custom individual attention. It's the kind of solid investment where the interior could win awards all on its own. But more than just look great, this one has all the right features, including power windows, power locks, and an AM/FM/CD/XM stereo system with iPod input and the right speakers to keep the tunes loud and clear no matter the speed. Plus, there's air conditioning blowing cold from modern R134a to make sure you always feel as cool as you look behind the wheel. This is a true driver's machine where Mopar's classic dual-spoke sports steering wheel provides an excellent view of the upgraded AutoMeter gauges. Combine that with the B&M shifter, and you know this is a powerful Challenger even before you twist the key and hear it roar.
Under the hood you see the 340 cubic-inch V8 has all the right polished components to be bright and chic within the dark engine bay. But more than just look powerful, this has all the right go-fast goodies, including a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Weiand intake, billet pulleys, and an aluminum radiator with electric fan to keep it all running cool. Plus, the headers add even more power as they also contribute to the growl of the dual exhaust. Because this is a mean street machine, there has been all the right investments to keep it strong and running straight. This includes Heidt's tubular upper control arms, a Heidts four-link rear, and tubular down bars in the engine bay for those high torque moments. Completing this total handling package is QA1 coilovers and Wilwood disc brakes at every wheel. And more than just a backroads burner, features like power steering and the 727A three-speed automatic transmission make this perfect for cruising, too.
Fully upgraded Mopars like this rarely come up for sale... and when they do, it usually costs thousands $$$$$ more. So hurry up and grab this high profile custom classic. Call today!!!
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