Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1972 Dodge Challenger has an awesome look on the outside, a true muscle car interior, and plenty of go-fast goodies on the 383 that makes it terrific to enjoy.
The blue on this coupe comes from a respray later in life. It has a deeper tone and a recent buff gives it a nice gloss that loves to show off the well-creased lines of one of the most aggressive Mopars around. This one has all the pieces you love, like the dual-scoop performance hood, wide quad exhaust tips, bright chrome bumpers, and the Mopar Rallye wheels. And the black contrasts against the blue with some added aggression in the blackout grille, matte hood stripe, full width rear spoiler, and blackout rear panel. And the Rallye package gets the side fender trim that has the unmistakable sporty strobe stripe package running down the side.
The white interior has a cool classic look that's fun to have on a hardtop like this. The durable vinyl cleans up well on the seats, and this is all set up to be a very driver-ready package. That's why you have a high-back bucket seat, Rally gauge package w/upgraded tach, sports steering wheel, and center console with Slap Stick shifter. There's a lot of vintage style to love, right down to all the wood-like trim. You even have features like the A/C controls and AM radio that are still there to be on display. But they also cleanly added an AM/FM/CD stereo with USB and Bluetooth to make sure you have the best modern driving music in this classic muscle Mopar.
You're going to love showing off the motor. The bold orange block of the motor looks great against the bright blue inner walls. And this tidy setup has a correct style, right down to Mopar's Direct Connect polished valve covers. But it also doesn't take much to see the upgrades. This is a 383 cubic-inch V8 built with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Weiand intake, MSD coil, and long tube headers feeding into a dual exhaust w/Flowmasters. And as you look at the pipes in the undercarriage photos, you'll spot a tidy presentation and an upgraded front suspension. So this drives with added confidence on the road. And the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes all add to this great driver feeling.
This is the classic Challenger hardtop with the powerful look and a powerful heart. So if you love a classic V8 Mopar, you know this is the one for you. Call today!!!
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