Although some guys will argue that the muscle car era ended in 1970, this 1972 Dodge Charger suggests otherwise. With dramatic fuselage styling, a great-running 340 under the hood (you know, the same one they used in the Challenger T/A), and a bucket seat interior, its easy to make the argument that this nicely restored car has earned its muscle car stripes. Any Mopar draped in dramatic Hemi Orange is going to attract attention, especially when the restoration is as comprehensive as this one seems to be. The new Charger styling has strong links to the earlier models, from the chrome-ringed nose to the almost full-width taillights, and with an all-new body, comfort took a great stride forward. Its rare for someone to spend big restoring one of these, but with values creeping up each year, there is a time in the not-too-distant future when it may seem like a bargain. Thats why the bodywork still looks so good even after a few years, and while its not perfect, it certainly does get some attention on the street. And I dont know where they found such beautifully preserved taillights, but everything is done better than youd expect for a second-gen Challenger. The interior should look familiar to any Mopar fan, with a pair of high-backed buckets, a Tuff wheel, and big, round gauges. Like the exterior, everything is in decent condition overall and they kept to the stock recipe for best results. Dodge continued with the separate round instruments, and this one includes a bunch of useful gauges instead of the usual idiot lights. The three-spoke steering wheel is pure 1970s kitch, and this one sports an unusual column shifter that seems anachronous in a muscle car but actually makes it pretty comfortable to use in the real world. Factory A/C is a nice feature (needs to be serviced) and in the trunk and youll find a correct mat and exactly zero evidence this car has ever been rusty or wrecked because those are original quarter panels with factory undercoating inside. Small blocks were the future of performance in 1972, and the 340 under the hood of this Charger delivers V8 performance with the mass of a big block wrecking the handling. As a result, these all-new Chargers are great cars on the road, with plenty of power and an attitude that actually makes you want to find a twisty road. You can see where the big money was spent on this car, with the 340 nicely detailed and ready to rock. Mopar Turquoise replaced Hemi Orange as the standard engine enamel, although the bright orange air cleaner assembly ties it all together. The factory A/C compressor still dominates the top of the engine compartment and both power steering and power front disc brakes are included. Underneath its pretty original but the floors are in good order, theres a new Flowmaster exhaust system, and the gas tank looks recent. Blacked-out steel wheels with dog dish hubcaps and 235/70/15 blackwall radials offer a no-nonsense look that works quite well. The markets always moving, and these Chargers are going to join their older siblings on the hot list very soon. Call today!
1970 Dodge Charger R/TA stunning example of a 2 year complete rotisserie restoration of a barn find R/T Charger. This is a number matching, two owner vehicle that spent it's entire life in dry Tennessee. All sheet metal is original and every bolt has been restored to factory standards. The engine and transmission were totally rebuilt to new standards. The interior is all new. The dash and all the instruments are new. The car has all new glass. The build sheet and original title are on hand. A few minor bolt on additions were made to give her a sexier look. The pictures do not compliment her enough.440 6-PackVinyl RoofRadio Delete4.8 miles since restorationThis Charger is collector quality. Serious inquiries only please.
1969 Dodge Daytona, Hemi Orange with black interior, including bucket seats and a console. 1 of 503 cars built, this car includes the A36 and A11 option packages. It is equipped with the 440, 4 barrel magnum, 375 HP engine and D-332 3 speed automatic transmission. This car has undergone a complete rotisserie restoration, and has the original fender tag. Date code correct 440 engine. This vehicle has a lot of paper history to be included. Out of 503 made, only half made it to the dealer. The rest were used for parts for the race cars. A fantastic example of a highly collectable car.
1968 Dodge Hemi Charger 2 Door Sports Hardtop. NB black body paint, MR code red interior and S7 code transverse bumblebee tape stripe in white. Code 73 426ci 2-4 barrel 425 HP V8 Hemi head engine and an A833 4-speed manual transmission with Inland shifter. Original fender tag. Original broadcast sheet. Fender tag decoded by Gaylen Glovier. Beautiful frame-off rotisserie restoration. This is no toy, just a superfine example of a late 60s muscle car!
This General Lee was Built by famous movie car builder George Barris. This General lee has a 383ci V8 and is backed by a 3 speed HD a-727 Torque flight transmission. It was 1 of 5 General Lees built by Barris. The General Lee is a 1969 Dodge Charger driven by the Duke cousins Bo and Luke in the television series The Dukes of Hazzard. It is known for the chases and stunts, especially high jumps, in almost every episode, and for having the doors welded shut, leaving the Dukes to climb in and out through the windows. A 1969 Dodge Charger appears in every episode but one (Mary Kayes Baby). The cars name is a reference to the Confederate General Robert E. Lee and it bears a Confederate naval jack on its roof and has a horn which plays the melody from the first line of the song Dixie. Please contact Kennith Stewart at 1-877-689-6930 for more in formation
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There are plenty of Mopars that like to wow you with their outrageous presentation, but this 1971 Dodge Charger goes in a different direction. Its exceptionally original right down to the numbers-matching V8 engine. So youre looking at a legendary Mopar with a serious survivor pedigree. Light Blue Poly with a half vinyl roof represents the 70s perfectly, and this coupe was born this way. In fact, this is suspected to be the original application done at the Detroit factory nearly half a century ago. We wont pretend its perfect, but it has that ideal look you want that make people really know this is a survivor. And the shine it still carries will let you cruise it with pride. The consignor states this is a one-owner car, and the mileage is stated as actual, so that means averaging only around 1,300 miles annually. Its easy to believe that with the well-respected presentation the Charger today. The body lines up nicely and those large doors can be closed effortlessly. This was built right before the bumper laws dictated style, and so you have some of the most impressive ones ever put on a car. Up front the chrome king surrounds the grille and frames the headlights. In the rear, its expertly integrated into the design on the sheetmetal and taillights. Add in the fastback design, factory Mag wheels, and integrated rear spoiler, and this survivor Charger has that perfect mix of vintage sporty and upscale. The light blue interior is a great coordinating color against the exterior. The highly-stylized split bench seat has a great period-correct look, right down to the button-top presentation. So its hard to think this is anything but original. And its condition nearly five decades later is another reminder of the care that has gone into this coupe. Youll love all the correct features from the factory three-spoke steering wheel, to the ultra-wide speedometer, to the premium wood trim. You even have provisions for cool factory features like the AM radio and air conditioning. In a coupe this 70s-correct its great to see the numbers-matching motor under the hood. More than just the original 318 cubic-inch V8, it has all the right details like the light blue block, stock air topper, and factory decals. This motor is all about smoothness and torque, making it the perfect vintage cruiser. In fact, it also has the original three-speed automatic transmission, which remains a smooth operator, too. Plus, power steering and modern tires mean you truly have an easy time behind the wheel. Rarely do you get a chance at a true surviving Charger. So when something this appealing is also so nicely priced, you know you need to hurry to grab this deal. Call now!
With its aggressive full midnight appearance and big V8 power to back it up, this exceptionally restored 1970 Dodge Charger 426 Hemi is the ultimate expression of a muscle Mopar. Lets start with the paint you cant take your eyes off of. Black is arguably the best-looking color on these Chargers especially since it was made sure that the body panels were laser straight so they could accept a professional application of a modern mirror black. Now it has enough clearcoat to make the deep dark appearance look like its protected by a candy shell. The full midnight package is given a cool hint of color with the bold red bumblebee stripe on the rear. And this goes so nicely with the R/T badging and redline tires to give it a nicely coordinated aggressive touch. Plus, the simulated vents on the doors and hood add to the overall intimidation factor. Of course, what really makes this Charger such a great outlaw is the front end with hidden headlights and big chrome surround. So this coupe looks like it wants to consume all the lesser cars in its way. Inside there have been the right investments to keep this fresh, premium, and quite comfortable. It starts with high-back bucket seats with a center console in-between. You might notice that these feel exceptionally fresh. Thats because the seats, carpeting, door panels, and headliner are all part of a new package from Legendary Auto Interiors. This Charger keeps a premium attitude with wood paneling on the steering wheel, dash, and console. The driver gets a three-spoke steering wheel and just beyond that is a full set of gauges. And as you look over this full setup, youre going to spot all the iconic elements Mopar people love from the tic-toc-tach to the pistol-grip shifter. Under the hood is a Mopar legend: the 426 Hemi motor. But the performance story goes much deeper. Its a crate motor installed in 2012. Not only is this V8 fresher than most classics (and the tidy engine bay reinforces this,) but also its more powerful thanks to dual Edelbrock four-barrel carburetors on top. In fact, the motor produces a street-eating 425 horsepower. You can show everyone the dyno sheet as proof, but really, the rumble of the dual exhaust will let everyone know its a big power machine. And to make sure you have complete control, this has the legendarily stout A-833 four-speed manual transmission. This connects to a new heavy duty driveshaft on its way to the limited slip rear end. And because sometimes all you want to do is cruise, this Hemi Charger also has good driving features like power steering and front disc brakes, too. Theres a huge stack of build receipts that come with the sale, but you can already see the total quality from every angle (including the undercarriage photos.) This is the iconic muscle car restored to the best standards of power and poise. So dont miss your chance. Call today!!!
Attention Mopar fans, here are some your favorite things a powerful 340 V8, factory high impact color, A/C interior, well documented, and all in a standout package. Yes, this 1972 Dodge Charger Rallye is everything you want, and more! Lets start with the paint thats instantly grabbing your attention. Its the factory-correct EV2 high-impact Hemi Orange. Mopar fans know this is the final year for this very cool color, and it looks like it could glow in the dark thanks to an investment in a respray during its lifetime. And since this is such a legendary hue, even the bumpers and mirrors are painted, too. To standout against this neon-like color, the power bulge hood is painted black as well as Rallye-specific elements like the side stripes and taillight package. Plus, one of the coolest ways to show off a premium muscle car is with a black vinyl roof. Add in a set of iconic 15-inch Cragar SS wheels, and this Charger knows how to leave a lasting impression from any angle. The black exterior accents are a great complement to the black vinyl interior. The premium button-top bucket seats and center console are the best comfort of the time. And speaking of luxury, the black interior is tastefully broken up by wood paneling on the door panels, dashboard, and console. Plus, there are some nice upgrades for enjoying this classic in the modern era, such as an AM/FM/CD stereo w/Bluetooth and cold R134a air conditioning. But even with all these features, it never loses its performance Mopar feeling. The three-spoke Tuff sports steering wheel and round Rallye gauge instrument cluster are great muscle Mopar pieces. The color theme continues under the hood where the bold orange engine bay nicely matches the big air topper. This 340 cubic-inch V8 is year-correct for the car, and you can tell that it has the right investments to be well-presented. Fined Mopar valve covers, braded steel lines, and an overall tidy setup will make you proud to show this off. The mighty V8 inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority out of the dual exhaust. Out on the road, this one has the right features to be comfortable, such as power steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, and front disc brakes. There are even sway bars front & rear a hallmark of the Rally package. The sale comes with the factory buildsheet, so you can verify important items like the special color. Its a terrific turn-key classic that knows how to impress. So at an obtainable price like this, you know this Charger will be beck out on the road soon. Call today!!!
19/31 City/Highway MPG CARFAX One-Owner. Navigation System, BACK UP CAMERA, AUX INPUT, USB ADAPTER, BLUETOOTH, Leather Seats, POWER SEATS, PUSH TO START, REMOTE START, Sound Package, NON-SMOKER, HEATED SEATS. Bright White Clearcoat 2014 Dodge Charger SXT Plus RWD 8-Speed Automatic 3.6L V6 24V VVT 19/31 City/Highway MPGSee all of our inventory at www.svgmotors.com.Check it out at SVG Motors. SVG is the only place you are going to find the Superior Value Guarantee. When you choose SVG motors you are going to take our 3 years of free oil changes, 1 year of free dent repair, and the peace of mind knowing we shop our cars in front of you and offer you the best value on the vehicle within 50 miles. Only at SVG Motors.
18/27 City/Highway MPG CARFAX One-Owner. Clean CARFAX. AUX INPUT, USB ADAPTER, BLUETOOTH, Sound Package, NON-SMOKER. Blue Pearl 2013 Dodge Charger SE RWD 5-Speed Automatic 3.6L 6-Cylinder SMPI Flex Fuel DOHC 18/27 City/Highway MPGSee all of our inventory at www.svgmotors.com.Check it out at SVG Motors. SVG is the only place you are going to find the Superior Value Guarantee. When you choose SVG motors you are going to take our 3 years of free oil changes, 1 year of free dent repair, and the peace of mind knowing we shop our cars in front of you and offer you the best value on the vehicle within 50 miles. Only at SVG Motors.Awards: JD Power APEAL Study Wards 10 Best EnginesReviews: If a snarling V8 and razor-sharp handling seem like theyd conflict with your need for a safe, roomy and affordable family sedan, the 2013 Dodge Charger is ready to prove you wrong. Even with the 292-horsepower V6, the Charger is one mean machine and carries a price that wont break the budget. Source: KBB.com Composed ride and competent handling; abundant performance options; strong brakes; available all-wheel drive; easy-to-use touchscreen interface. Source: Edmunds
19/31 City/Highway MPG CARFAX One-Owner. AUX INPUT, USB ADAPTER, BLUETOOTH, POWER SEATS, Sound Package, NON-SMOKER, FUEL SAVER. Pitch Black Clearcoat 2016 Dodge Charger SXT RWD 8-Speed Automatic 3.6L 6-Cylinder SMPI DOHC 19/31 City/Highway MPGSee all of our inventory at www.svgmotors.com.Check it out at SVG Motors. SVG is the only place you are going to find the Superior Value Guarantee. When you choose SVG motors you are going to take our 3 years of free oil changes, 1 year of free dent repair, and the peace of mind knowing we shop our cars in front of you and offer you the best value on the vehicle within 50 miles. Only at SVG Motors.Awards: ALG Residual Value AwardsReviews: Burly V8 engines deliver big-time power and authentic muscle car attitude; controlled and secure handling when going around turns; many available options provide plenty of opportunity for personalization; available all-wheel-drive traction for wet weather; touchscreen tech interfaces are easy to use. Source: Edmunds
19/31 City/Highway MPG BLUETOOTH, POWER SEATS, Sound Package, NON-SMOKER, FUEL SAVER. Bright White Clearcoat 2015 Dodge Charger SE RWD 8-Speed Automatic 3.6L 6-Cylinder SMPI DOHC 19/31 City/Highway MPGSee all of our inventory at www.svgmotors.com.Check it out at SVG Motors. SVG is the only place you are going to find the Superior Value Guarantee. When you choose SVG motors you are going to take our 3 years of free oil changes, 1 year of free dent repair, and the peace of mind knowing we shop our cars in front of you and offer you the best value on the vehicle within 50 miles. Only at SVG Motors.Awards: ALG Residual Value Awards 2015 KBB.com Best Resale Value AwardsReviews: Smooth yet controlled ride; roomy interior with quality materials; hugely potent V8s; available all-wheel drive; excellent touchscreen electronics interfaces. Source: Edmunds Redesigned for 2015 is the iconic Dodge Charger. Chargers silhouette has always been distinct, one look at the new Charger and theres no doubt who and where this evolution came from. Front to rear, nearly every piece of sheet metal is carefully recrafted for a striking, muscular look, starting with new projector headlamps, LED lighting, and the signature split crosshair grille. In the rear a new three-piece low profile spoiler enhances the athletic lines of this muscular beast while full-width racetrack LED taillamp gives a lasting impression to those left in your wake. Inside, performance seats are designed to hold you firmly in place while the available heated and ventilated Nappa leather trim, with perforated Alcantara suede inserts, wraps you in comfort. Choose from a choice of 3 engines including the 300hp 3.6L Pentastar V6 with up to 31MPG hwy, a 5.7L 370hp HEMI V8, or the startling 6.2L Supercharged V8 with 707hp in the SRT Hellcat. 8.4 inches of total control is yours thanks to the Uconnect systems with downloadable apps. The Charger R/T Road & Track includes performance pages with configurable drive modes that allow performance adjustments to the engine, transmission, steering response and traction control. The 7-inch reconfigurable digital cluster display lets the driver choose what information is displayed, including 0-60 time, reaction time and a lap timer for those keeping score. The Charger helps you maintain control and protect your passengers with more than 80 available safety and security features, including Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist, Full Speed Forward Collision Warning Plus with Crash Mitigation, Adaptive Cruise Control Plus with Full Stop Functionality, Advanced Brake Assist and more. Source: The Manufacturer Summary