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I have owned this car for 5 years. This 1973 Dodge Challenger has been restored from top to bottom, I have a big
stack of all of the receipts from the build. It has 178 miles on it. I baby this car. It is always garaged. I
don’t drive it in the rain and perform routine maintenance. This Challenger originally came with a 340 and 727
transmission. It was built in Hamtramck MI. There was only 2 other owners before I purchased it and the car has
never had a vinyl top. It has 450 to 500 ft lbs. of torque and 450 to 500 hp. The interior is in great shape no
rips or tears. Rallye hood, bucket seats, console, automatic, power steering, The dash has been refinished with a
genuine leather hand stitched dash. The original dash on this had a dash cover with liquid nails under it. I took
that off sanded it and filled in any cracks sealed it and covered it with genuine leather and hand stitched it. I
removed the torsion bars and replaced the suspension with a Magnum Force Racing suspension and forward strut kit.
It drives nice, is reliable, and has plenty of power and handles great. I’m selling this because of personal
reasons and I have to get something with 4 wheel drive.
Original seats front and back, stock 8.75 inch differential housing and 3.53 gears with Dodge’s Sure Grip slip
differential, original driveshaft, original rear sway bar, the 440 RB block was stripped, baked, and bored at a
professional machine shop. the compression ratio is 9.7:1, new pistons, forged crankshaft, new connecting rods, new
Cloyes timing chain (Premium Billet, Double Roller, Billet Steel Sprockets), new American Autowire wiring harness
for the entire car, new ATI Super Damper Standard Harmonic Balancer Internal balance and aluminum, Crane chromoly
pushrods, Crane hydraulic lifters , new lokar cable kickdown set, new SFI 29.1 internal balanced steel TCI
flexplate, new Harland Sharp heavy duty roller rockers and arms, new Edlebrock Intake, SCE ICS Titan Copper head
gaskets 4.38 in. bore .043 in. compressed thickness, new Mopar Performance Valve covers, brand new iron stage 5
heads, complete new valve job new valves and dual springs at 230 lbs, new Powermaster XS Torque Starter, new
Classic Instrument gauges, new B and M ratchet shifter, new Magnum Force racing suspension with massive body sway
bar, forward strut kit, new Viking double coil over springs in the front, new Gabriel air shocks in the back ( I
have the gas shocks it came with if you want those when you pick it up), New American Racing wheels/ black anodized
and custom painted red trim around the rim, new Mickey Thompson Street performance tires, new brake booster, new
Wilwood master cylinder, knob style proportioning valve, 12.19” 4 piston - drilled/slotted Wilwood front and back
disc brakes, new 750 CFM Holley Mighty Demon Carburetor, new ceramic coated Dougs Headers (collector diameter at
3.5” the primary tube diameter is at 2”, primary tube 16 gauge, flange thickness 3/8), new MSD pro billet rtr
magnetic pickup vacuum advance distributor, new MSD digital 6AL controllers ignition box, new spark plugs, new MSD
Blaster 2 ignition coil ignition system, new felt strips for the windows, new Stainless steel brake lines and
stainless steel fuel line, new power steering pump, A new billet pulley system, new aluminum fan, 2 new Holley fuel
filters, A new 727 TCI Transmission that’s been upgraded with 4 planetary gears instead of the original 3 that it
came with, a new Hughes torque converter (2, 200 - 2600), Derale stacked plate fluid transmission cooler, Hotchkis
subframe connectors, Evan’s waterless coolant running through a new Griffin performance crossflow dual row
aluminum radiator, floor and trunk boards are rust free and in great condition (the floorboards were cleaned up,
sealed and repainted.), all new plugs in the floor boards, new seatbelts.
It has a few extra parts and some other things that when someone purchases it I will fill them in.