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This 1972 Dodge Challenger Rallye has an awesome look on the outside, a true muscle car interior, and an upgraded V8 and suspension package that makes it terrific to enjoy.
The blue on this coupe comes from a respray later in life. They gave it a much deeper tone then the factory Powder Blue. Plus, it has 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, and the Mopar road 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.
All the black accents of the exterior get you ready for the clean and complete full black interior. And while black always looks good in a muscle machine, the darkness is nicely broken up by plenty of wood-like trim. You get all the best driver-oriented pieces, like a high-back bucket seat, Rally gauge package, sports steering wheel, and center console with Slap Stick shifter. This all remains in a preserved condition for those who like the time capsule style. So while there are some inops, like the AM radio, it's nice to have the proper unit on display. After all, it's a lot easier to replace the original features you don't want than it is to try and return original components to the car.
This was born a 340 cubic-inch V8 car, and so it's great to have an era-correct block still under the hood. But while the history is right, this engine bay has absolutely been given the right investments and upgrades. That's why it's so cleanly presented with the ribbed Mopar Performance valve covers and the bold orange air topper w/callouts. And as you dig deeper, you'll also see added power with the Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock Torker 340 intake. The newer stainless dual exhaust makes sure this V8 fires up with a terrific throaty sound. And as you look at the pipes in the undercarriage photos, you'll spot a tidy presentation where you can see newer pieces like the bushings and sway bard front & rear. 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.
The sale comes complete with a partial broadcast sheet. It's just another one of those little vintage extras this Challenger Rallye loves to deliver. So if you love a classic V8 Mopar, you know this one is for you. Call now!
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