1973 Dodge Charger
Why This Car Is Special
The 1973 Dodge Charger we have here at Skyway Classics is a car from the ’70s that was popular back then and still is today.
All those era Chargers had a killer looking coke bottle style body, and ours has 340 Magnum power, a blacked-out power-bulge hood with hood pins and cables, orange paint with back stripes, and fat tires on custom mag period correct Keystone mag wheels too.
1973 Dodge Charger
340 cubic inch Magnum small block power
Orange and chrome open element air cleaner
Orange painted intake manifold, heads, and engine
Dual exhaust system
Mopar Performance finned aluminum valve covers
Power steering and brakes
Performance spark plug wires and distributor
727 Torque Flite 3-speed automatic
H.D. rear end
Cockpit of the Charger being a match of both sport and luxury
Instrument panel has all the controls at your fingertips
Wood trim on the dash and door panels
Wood handle automatic shifter
Factory AM/FM radio
3-spoke steering wheel
Twin black and orange front bucket seats
Trunk is nicely appointed with the correct mat and spare tire
Fuselage body styling
Power-bulge hood with the 340 Magnum emblems
Slick orange paint with black stripe
Shiny chrome bumpers
Front air dam
Chrome tipped dual exhaust
Black rear wing
Keystone mag chrome wheels
Mickey Thompson Sportsman GT raised white letter fat tires all the way around
Engine & Drivetrain
You can’t go wrong with MOPAR 340 Magnum small block power, and that is what our Charger has. Under the long hood and orange and chrome open element air cleaner you will see the V8 engine that delivers gobs of torque and horsepower with the 4-barrel carburetor, orange painted intake manifold, heads, and engine, headers and a dual exhaust system, a Mopar Performance finned aluminum valve covers, air conditioning, power steering and brakes, performance spark plug wires and performance distributor.
The 727 Torque Flite 3-speed automatic and the H.D. rear end puts the power to the ground with custom Keystone mag chrome wheels and Mickey Thompson Sportsman GT raised white letter fat tires all the way around.
You will like the styling of the interior of ours with the cockpit of the Charger being a match of both sport and luxury. The instrument panel has all the controls at your fingertips, factory gauges, wood trim on the dash and door panels, wood handle automatic shifter, aftermarket tach, factory AM/FM radio, air conditioning, and a sporty 3-spoke steering wheel.
The twin black and orange front bucket seats are great as are the carpet, door panels, back seat, headliner, and black Charger floor mats. Even the trunk is nicely appointed with the correct mat and spare tire.
The 1973 Charger looks racy with the fuselage body styling, power-bulge hood with the 340 Magnum emblems, slick orange paint with black stripe, shiny chrome bumpers, front air dam, a grill surround that gives the Charger a low, sleek look and the handsome rear end features.
The rear end of the Charger is all business as it features the chrome tipped dual exhaust and that black rear wing to keep things planed to the ground.
The 1973 Dodge Charger we have here at Skyway Classics is a great mid-seventies muscle car that is handsome and a great entry-level Mopar muscle car that you can enjoy today.
It is great looking, sounding, and handling and gives you the appeal of a 70’s MOPAR muscle car that you can enjoy.
So give us a call at 941-254-6608.
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