Fully Restored 1972 Dodge Charger with 5.9 L Magnum V8

Fully Restored 1972 Dodge Charger with 5.9 L Magnum V8

This wonderful 1972 Charger received a complete restoration in 2007 to keep it looking and feeling like new. With a 5.9-liter Magnum V8 and 5-speed Tremec, it’s sure to keep you smiling.

Interior:

Custom embroidered ProCar bucket seats and floor mats with a Tuff three-spoke steering wheel are the main customizations. An 8k-RPM tach tells you when to shift the pistol-grip transmission and a 150-mph speedometer reminds you that you’re probably going fast. This vehicle comes fully ready to use with power steering and cold air conditioning (converted to R134a).

Outside:

Sitting on lower suspension and larger impact bars, it rides on 18-inch telescopic Boze Force wheels wrapped in Toyo Proxes (255/45 [F] and 295/45 [R]) on all four corners. The exterior has been updated with a 1971 Charger R/T hood (with pins) and ’71 R/T taillights, plus a chrome rear bumper and rocker rim, with a sporty front spoiler under those cool headlights to complete the look, ready for your next car & Coffee or cruise: Factory finished Light Gunmetal Metallic (GA4) with a black vinyl wrap over the custom black interior, this vehicle is sure to turn heads wherever it takes it.

Powertrain:

It’s powered by a bored .040-inch Magnum V8 engine, trimmed with RHS cylinder heads and a QuickFuel 680 CFM carburetor, and powered by MSD electronic ignition. All of that exhaust is taken out from the back by a custom exhaust with Tips Gas Boom (or you can open the circuit breakers if you really want to make some noise). The power is quenched by a Tremec 5-speed gearbox and shifts to a SureGrip 3.55 on a narrow rear end.

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