213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
Here\'s a 1973 Dodge Challenger upgraded to an ultra-cool triple-black style. Plus, there\'s a dual-quad V8, pistol-grip four-speed, and a terrific added R/T style that makes this all-around awesome.
There\'s an instant attraction to this coupe that starts with the dark paint. These Mopars have an aggressive look that\'s perfect for black, and the more modern application has plenty of gloss. The full package is not out to be a show car, but it\'s a darkness that will certainly impress. For example, as the sunshine rolls over the body panels, you\'ll see another dark element that will really grab everyone\'s attention. The matte black R/T stripe is a more recent upgrade that is on the hood and runs the length of the coupe. It adds a subtle layer of added aggression as it draws attention to the hood scoops and the sporty kick-up in the rear fenders. The full-width rear spoiler is also in matte black for a distinctive finishing touch. And not all the dark distinctions are about aggression. You also have a full vinyl roof. And when you add in Rallye wheels, raised white letter tires, form-hugging chrome bumpers, and side exhaust tips, you have the best of everything from 1970s Mopars.
The full black interior joins the pant and roof to deliver the ultra-desirable triple-black upgrade. High-back bucket seats, a contoured center console, and all the essentials right in front of the driver are a reminder that you\'re the priority. So being driver-quality and driver-ready feels like the true focus. You have classic pieces like the Tuff-style Mopar sports steering wheel and the iconic pistol-grip shifter. And this is joined by a nice set of under-dash auxiliary readouts and a large tach that\'s so prominently on the dash that it feels like a head-up display. So while you have an updated AM/FM/cassette stereo, we bet your real favorite soundtrack comes from those rumbling pipes on the sides.
Under the hood is a terrific powerhouse for both show and go. After all, it\'s easy to see the dual carburetors under the long air grabber, and we all love that kind of style for our Mopar muscle. It\'s an awesome total package with a 383 cubic-inch V8 upgraded with dual Edelbrock four-barrel carbs, an Offenhauser intake, and Hedman headers. There\'s also a mild cam to upgrade both the car\'s performance and rumble. The four-speed manual transmission puts you in firm control of all the action. Plus, power steering, front disc brakes, rear traction bars, and wide BF Goodrich T/As are all there for a quality driver experience.
When you dream about owning the boulevard, it doesn\'t get any better than a triple-black Mopar that was made to be driven. Rarely do you get to find your fantasy Challenger in real life, so don\'t let this one slip through your fingers. Call today!!!
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