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1974 Dodge Challenger 340 V8

1974 Dodge Challenger

Condition: Used
Make: Dodge
Model: Challenger
Type: Coupe
Year: 1974
Mileage: 97,741
VIN: JH23G4B168176
Color: Silver
Engine: 340V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: 727 Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Sherman, Texas, United States
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Description for Dodge Challenger 1974

Exterior:
  • The car is absolutely rock solid underneath with not a single spot of rust through that I have seen. All of the original sheet metal is in great shape.
  • The paint is what I would consider decent driver quality. It has some orange peel and some imperfections here and there but would look great with a good wet sand and buffing. There are no rust bubbles, major scratches, chips, etc.
  • The 15" Rallye wheels are brand new, including the center caps, trim rings and Cooper Cobra white letter tires.
  • All of the trim and bumpers are in good shape and are not beat up.
  • The glass is all in good shape and the windows roll up and down easily.
Interior:
  • The interior is in good shape overall as well.
  • The seat covers look good and do not have any tears, holes, etc.
  • The carpet looks to be in decent shape.
  • The original dash pad has some cracks and a previous owner has put a carpeted dash cover on top of the dash pad.
  • The headliner is in good shape but the sail panels are a little loose.
  • The original speedometer and tachometer work, as well as the fuel gauge, but there is an aftermarket oil pressure and water temperature gauge mounted under the dash.
  • The head lights, tail lights and brake lights all work, but the turn signals do not work.
  • The windshield wipers work like they are supposed to as well.
  • The B&M shifter works well and is easy to get in and out of gear.
Drivetrain:
  • The engine is a very strong running 340 small block that's had some work done to it. It has an aluminum Edelbrock Performer 4 barrel intake manifold with a 650cfm electric choke Edebrock carburetor. It has a bigger cam that has a nice lope but I am unsure of the specs on it. Topping off the engine is a pair of Mopar Performance valve covers and air cleaner. It has a set of long tube headers running through dual exhaust to Flowmaster mufflers and tail pipes running out the back for a really good sound.
  • The transmission is a 727 automatic that shifts good and doesn't slip or leak.
  • The rear end is an 8 3/4 with what feels like 3.91 gears and a posi-trac. It runs strong from a dead stop but it's not something you want to drive across country at 80mph!
Suspension:
  • The original suspension is all in good shape and the car drives great.
  • The power disc brakes will stop it very easily.
  • The power steering feels light and easy to steer, like all Mopars of this era.
  • The front and rear sway bars help with the handling and it doesn't feel like you're all over the road when you hit a bump.
The car is listed for sale locally and I reserve the right to remove it from auction at any time. If you have any questions or would like to see more close up photos, please send me a message, shoot me a text or call me on my cell phone at (214)682-595o and I would be happy to talk and answer any questions I can.
All transactions will have documentation and applicable fees added. All Texas residents will pay TT&L and applicable fees.