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1972 Dodge Challenger w/440 Magnum engine

For sale: 1972 Dodge Challenger base

Technical specifications

Item location:
Warren, Michigan, United States
Engine size:
440 Magnum
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RELISTING DUE TO NON PAYMENT FROM BUYER WHO DIDN'T EVEN RESPOND TO MY EMAIL. PLEASE BID ONLY IF YOU HAVE THE FUNDS TO PURCHASE. Up for bid is my 1972 Dodge Challenger with a "Bad-A$$" 440 Magnum engine. Car was originaly setup for racing when I purchase it and the seller told me the engine was rated over 600hp and $10,000 to have it built. He couldn't find the paper with all the components listed on the build. However, from what I see and tested this is one fast beast. The car is street legal. I took some parts off to prep for painting....bumper, headlights.
The car originally had a roll cage, fiberglass fenders, bumpers, doors, and no headlights. I disassembled alot of things and replaced them. My plan was to restore it back to a road ready cruiser, I purchased parts (mostly used) to get it back for cruising. The bucket seats are leather from a '92 Mercury Tunderbird. Included will be new LED headlights, Shocks, and a bigger Fuel cell w/brackets. Most importantly, the engine is the highlight of this car. Pretty much brand new with about 1500 miles on it. Aluminum radiator, Hedman headers, Edelbrock Torker 440 intake etc. Not sure of the components within the engine but I am positive it is not original parts. The car is running and starts right up with a "monstrous sound" that solidified that big Mopar 440 Magnum engine. The gauges are aftermarket and some of them needs attention. Push button start and switches to cut off battery, fan, and lights.
B&M 3 speed shifter. Big 10" tires in rear with lots of meat on it. I installed a new radio and speakers with amp and a 10" sub. You can check out the Youtube video to hear the car runs. ___https://youtu.be/dZwNPKuv4ZE__ copy and paste this in your browser. Car is being sold "AS-IS". I am selling this vehicle because of another project that is on-going. Please bid only if you have the money. Reserve is low because I am working on another vehicle. You can search any Challenger from 70-74 and the price is sky high even the rust bucket or rolling chassis. So here is your chance to own a gem at a low cost. Happy bidding.

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