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.


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).


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.


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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