Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1973 Dodge Challenger is a V8-powered coupe that has been given some cool updates to be both an R/T Tribute and even something extra unique. So no matter if you love this one as it is, or want to personalize it further, the hardtop has the style you love from a speedy-looking Mopar.
Hemi Orange is an attractive color, and it just seems like the right attitude for a car with a big hood scoop on the front. You can budget for a respray, but there's some interesting style that this one already has. The bumpers are color-matched and so are some trim pieces. Plus, there's a well-coordinated dark side with the awesome hood, chin spoiler, backout grille, backout rear panel, and full-width rear spoiler. And of course, the R/T dual racing stripes are an iconic touch that also showcases how well those big doors fit. And the shine showcases some speedy style, too, with the hood pins, wide exhaust tips, and the upgraded set of high polish 17-inch Ridler wheels.
All the black accents of the exterior get you ready for the full black interior. Just like the exterior, the interior could benefit from some updates and a personal touch. But this already has provisions for some nice features like the round gauge package and factory air conditioning (the main components are there, but it will need servicing.) And this Challenger has a driver-oriented setup with high-back bucket seats, a Tuff-style sports steering wheel, and a center console that forms around you.
The engine bay has more of the classic and honest Mopar look with the bright blue on the block and valve covers. This is Mopar's hardy 318 cubic-inch V8, and now it's topped with a Holley four-barrel carburetor w/electric choke. It fires up readily and makes a nice V8 tune out of the dual exhaust w/Magnaflow mufflers. The 727A Torqueflite three-speed automatic is a great transmission to have. It has an easy-driving nature today and a stout construction to handle upgrades you may want to make in the future. Plus, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and newer modern tires make for a solid all-around cruiser.
This is the distinct and strong-running Challenger that fits into your budget. So if you've been looking for an affordable Mopar, don't miss this hardtop. Call today!!!
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