1973 Dodge Charger restoration

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1972 Dodge Charger Restoration Project
restoration photos from the 1972 dodge charger bought in 2010





1973 Dodge Charger
Fresh full body work and painted base coat clear coat viper red with flat black stripe and accents, 383 big block motor, new 2 1/2" Exhaust with X-pipe, flowmaster super 44 mufflers, edelbrock 383 rpm performer intake, new rear springs, shocks and shackles, new seat skins and carpet, rallye gauge package, center console





1300 HP Dodge Charger Custom Build - Restomod Project
This 1968 Dodge Charger came into the Roadster Shop as an unfinished project. During the next five years of on-again, off-again work, the Roadster Shop completely hand-built every square inch of the car. “We wanted to clean up, enhance, refine, and improve the Charger,” Gerber says. The Charger’s owner worked with the in-house designers and fabricators at the Roadster Shop, managing to change up every panel. Well, almost every panel. “The middle of the roof skin is unmodified,” Gerber says. Body mods include lowering the front of the roof 1-1/2 inches to remove its uphill profile, moving the front wheel openings forward 4 inches and then stretching both front and rear openings, making new doorskins featuring exaggerated vents, aluminum hood, aluminum bumpers, shortening the cowl, fabricating the front and rear valances, bulging the front fenders and rear quarters to exaggerate the Coke-bottle effect, and creating a small deck spoiler. Moving to the chassis, it was also completely fabricated using 1-5/8-inch chromoly tubing. The wheelbase has been stretched 5 inches to 122 inches, partially to handle the added length of the Gen II (1996–2002) Viper V10 built by Nelson Racing Engines. Tom Nelson, who also built the one-off billet aluminum intake, reworked the aluminum heads with Inconel valves. Two 67mm Precision turbos help create 13 pounds of Boost, exiting through the stainless steel Exhaust hidden in the rocker panels. Displacement remains Viper-stock at 488 ci. All of this works out to 1,300 hp at 6,200 rpm and 1,100 lb-ft of torque at 5,100 rpm. The V10 spins a Centerforce flywheel, clutch, and pressure plate, all worked by a Legends five-speed transmission. In the rear is a Viper center section, with a Mark Williams ring and pinion, and Roadster Shop fabbed uprights, half-shafts, cantilevered upper shocks, and tubular control arms. The front and rear shocks are Penske double-adjustable coilovers. Front and rear brakes are Brembo Gran Turismo 14-inch discs fit with six-piston calipers. The engine block, rearend housing, and front spindles are the only off-the-shelf Viper pieces used on this Viper-Charger mashup. The suspension is a Roadster Shop one-off design, with 19-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels designed by the Roadster Shop. BFGoodrich G-Force 295-series tires run in front and M/T 28×18-inch rear. Build performed by: Roadster Shop 28775 N. Rte 83 Mundelein, IL 60060 Other projects by Roadster Shop: 1970 Chevrolet Camaro SS Restoration Project - Insane Build of the Rampage Camaro http://bit.ly/2wVDPRI Chevrolet Colorado Prerunner Build - Raptor Offroad - Insane Project!! http://bit.ly/2rN24lP 1963 Corvette C2 Restoration Project http://bit.ly/2uzaU47 1965 Ford Mustang Restoration http://bit.ly/2tpa5dA Chevrolet Silverado RSV [Race Support Vehicle] - Custom SEMA Build http://bit.ly/2x2OJVQ Subscribe for more videos: http://bit.ly/2nFw0JF -Credits: 1968 Dodge Charger Custom & AMAZING 1300 HP Engine & Start Up on My Car Story -by Lou Costabile https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xtKd5n1LHjg&t=1s -Music: Evan King https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCT1ZkP03V18LmOj8zbyP-Dw "Inspired" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/





1968 Dodge Charger at the SEMA Show 2011




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