800 Derita Road, Ste. A
The iconic shape, original details, and the unmistakable cool rumble of a V8 muscle car. This 1974 Dodge Challenger delivers exactly what you want from a classic Mopar, and does it for an obtainable price.
The '74 Challengers are a true collector's item. They were the final year for the first-gen, and they didn't even get a full production year. That makes them the rarest from this iconic era. We love these Challengers because they look fast even when parked. It comes from elements like the full-length crease in the sheetmetal that flows down the car and draws attention to the sporty kick-up at the rear fender. The R/T hood with twin scoops, hood pins, dual exhaust tips, and mag-style Mopar road wheels are all part of this performance look. It's nicely detailed, right down to the turn signal indicators still on the ends of the front fenders. So it's just great to find a complete example like this that's also still has an obtainable price.
Blue exteriors with blue interiors always are a cool look. This has a highly original presentation, and so the price leaves room in your budget in case you want to update any parts. But what we really like is that this comes with the best factory features, like the high-back bucket seats and a center console that forms around the driver. And the dual-spoke Tuff steering wheel gives you a nice view of the sporty round gauge package. This is a factory air conditioning car with most of the components still in place (will need servicing to blow cold again.) Plus, there are some handy upgrades like an AM/FM/cassette stereo and a large AutoMeter Sport-Comp tach on the center console.
Under the hood is proper V8 power. The 318 cubic-inch motor is the correct spec for this car. Plus, this V8 has received some nice upgrades, including the fined Mopar valve covers, an upgraded intake, and upgraded four-barrel carburetor. Purists will also be happy that a stock carb and intake come with the sale, too. It's easy to take this one around town thanks to good driving features like the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, wide BF Goodrich T/As, and power brakes w/discs up front.
Rarely is a first gen Challenger within budget. And this one gives you a complete V8 coupe that you can not only enjoy today, but also it gives you plenty of potential for any projects you want to plan for tomorrow. Call now!
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