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  • The beneficiary of a detailed, ground-up restoration
  • 434 cubic inch Super Commando V8
  • A727 TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic transmission
  • 8.75-inch rear axle / Sure Grip differential / 3.55 gears
  • 18-inch American Racing wheels
  • 4-wheel power disc brakes
  • Power steering
  • Black and White vinyl interior
  • Sale includes build receipts

In the world of collector cars, some classics tend to overshadow their peers. If you're shopping Chevelles, you're probably looking for an LS6 Super Sport. If you're shopping Mustangs, you're probably looking for a first-generation coupe. And if you're shopping Chargers, you're probably looking for something between 1968 and 1970. That's a somewhat sad, but beneficial, phenomenon. Sad because it means a lot of great cars just don't get the respect they deserve. Beneficial because a lot of fine metal, like this boss Charger resto-mod, can be purchased for very reasonable prices. As charming as it is cool, this sweet fastback wraps sporty red, white and black aesthetics around 434 cubic inches of Super Commando V8. Looking for the perfect way to grab a choice classic and enjoy every aspect of the hobby? Time to turn some heads in an old school MoPar!

APPEARANCE

Much nicer than when it rolled off Chrysler's storied assembly lines, this slick B-Body is the beneficiary of a detailed, ground-up restoration that wrapped vivid 2-stage around one of the best profiles to come out of Auburn Hills. That profile shows no signs of significant repair, suggesting it was a straight, trouble-free canvas before the car's metamorphosis began. Fit and finish is good enough to make ridged panels line up exactly right. And overall, this fully sorted Dodge is a unique representation of a more luxurious era of Motor City mayhem!

Since the second-generation of Dodge's most famous muscle car championed brute force, the marque isn't often associated with luxury and opulence. Sure, Detroit was “recovering” from years of producing decked out cars. But this Charger's detailing gives it a powerful appearance that simply can't be matched by the minimalist creep that inoculated the late 1960s. At the front of the car, a tough pot metal grille centers a red-tinged fratzog between a broad bumper and rotating headlights. Behind that grille, a “DODGE” branded hood leads factory-tint glass that's seated between polished frames, polished rails, an ornate mirror and racy “Charger” scripts. At the sides of that glass, stainless rocker guards trace increasingly prominent sculpting, which parallels painted fender toppers and factory door handles. And at the back of the car, a guarded bumper traces a “C H A R G E R” branded tail lamp, which is centered under a second red-tinged fratzog.

POWER

With incredible power, and enough torque to turn wide tires into abstract asphalt art, this Dodge's 434 cubic inch Super Commando V8 is a buff MoPar monster that easily transitions from smooth to flat out hairy! At the top of the bored and stroked mill, a stainless-capped air cleaner centers an oversized filter on a big Holley carburetor, which drops a nice mix of fuel and air in to a proven Edelbrock intake. At the sides of that intake, free-breathing heads bridge the gap between finned valve covers, fitted with polished caps, and cast exhaust manifolds. Those heads cage stout 10 to 1 compression, which is created with the help of an upsized cam. Electronic ignition is sequenced through an MSD coil, a fresh distributor and quality Taylor Spiro Pro wires. A March serpentine drive spins billet pulleys in front of a polished alternator, a polished water pump and polished power steering components. And cooling is provided by a snazzy aluminum radiator that centers a polished cap and a paired expansion tank between an electric pusher fan and a body-matched pulley fan. While this mill's main purpose is to go straight at a very high rate of speed, it's still very impressive to look at. Charcoal Gray paint slinks across the whole engine, and everything from the car's polished brake booster to its old school Chrysler washer tank is well planned and well executed.

DRIVABILITY

Toss this Charger on a lift and you'll find a Satin Black undercarriage that features a roster of proven components. Motivation comes courtesy of a reliable A727 TorqueFlite 3-speed, which spins a proven 8.75-inch axle that's fitted with a Sure Grip differential and 3.55 gears. Modern power steering leads a factory front-clip. At the corners of the chassis, power-assisted calipers squeeze four vented rotors. Exhaust rolls from the aforementioned manifolds in to aluminized pipes, which are threaded through dual Xlerator Turbo Mufflers. And at the corners of the car, handsome American Racing wheels spin 245/45ZR18 Nitto NT555s in front of 275/40ZR18 Nitto NT555s.

COMFORT

The best part of first-generation Chargers is their spectacular cockpits. Just look at this Dodge's crisp combination of Black and White upholstery! Not only does it appear to be ripped straight out of a 1960s show car, it creates a super rare four bucket sedan layout that's very common in luxury cruisers. At the front of the car, a 2-tone dash wraps intricate electroluminescent telemetry in classy stainless trim. At the base of that dash, a spectacular console surfs a curved shifter between fade-free carpet, Charger-themed mats and retrofitted Memphis Audio speakers. Pleated seats perfectly complement bright visors, a 2-tone headliner and stainless-trimmed door panels. In front of the driver, a wood-rimmed wheel spins speed-drilled spokes. And the passengers store gear in a fully restored trunk.

VEHICLE SALE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTATION

* Miscellaneous build receipts

Classic, well-restored MoPars are just good, clean fun. And every time we park a reasonably priced example in our showroom, our phones start ringing off the hook. Take a good, long look at the body, drivetrain and interior of this killer Dodge. There's just no way anyone could build or restore a classic this well without significantly overshooting our asking price. Don't be that guy who calls late and asks: “Is it really sold?” Pick up the phone and call now!

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SUMMARY

* The beneficiary of a detailed, ground-up restoration
* 434 cubic inch Super Commando V8
* A727 TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic transmission
* 8.75-inch rear axle / Sure Grip differential / 3.55 gears
* 18-inch American Racing wheels
* 4-wheel power disc brakes
* Power steering
* Black and White vinyl interior
* Sale includes build receipts

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