1970 Dodge Challenger 440 Tribute 1973 Model w/ ”70 Front/Rear Clip, Super Clean! 440 V8, Auto, A/C, PS/B, 4wl Dsc


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In the last 3 years this Challenger has gone through quite an impressive restoration, including the killer Tuxedo Black on Pearl Yellow paint job that you see glistening in our photo booth. And this wasn’t some fly-by-night paint job either, check out the engine bay and undercarriage and you’ll see that everything was carefully attended to, and the result is a top driver-quality job that’s silky smooth and turns heads everywhere it goes. The Chrysler E-bodies seem to look best in high-visibility colors, which emphasize their classic long nose and short deck proportions, and when you hear this one run, the only possible color combination it could wear is that killer black-on-yellow.

Moving all that red-hot Mopar metal is powerful 440 V8 engine that was fully rebuilt approximately 2k miles ago, featuring all new internals, an .030 overbore, Harlan roller rockers, and Edelbrock aluminum heads. There’s an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and high-rise intake manifold under an open-element air cleaner up top, which matches the beautiful Mopar Performance finned valve covers, and a big aluminum radiator keeps the whole show nice and cool.

With a potent big block under the hood, it’s plenty fast, too. Give us a call today! Vehicle Description A low production year for the E-body Challenger, this cool 1973 Pearl Yellow hardtop sports a front and rear clip set-up from a 1970 Challenger, a common swap that really smooths and streamlines this ’73, a rebuilt 440 big block under the hood and a classic Mopar muscle look that really turns heads.





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