1973 Dodge Challenger
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1973 Dodge Challenger For Sale
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1973 Dodge Challenger Rallye first startup.
My dad bought this car brand new. I completely disassembled it for a restoration in 1998. After many years I finally got it running for the first time. The engine is basically a stock rebuild 318 with a Mopar 340 resto cam. The Exhaust system is from Accurate Exhaust. Hopefully I can have it on the road before winter.