Stunning Burgundy 1973 Challenger at Special Cars Berlin!
This 1973 Dodge Challenger is another fine example of a well executed muscle car build by the German shop. Although it’s not a real R/T car this Mopar has the looks and the power to impress every old school American V8 enthusiast.
The 1973 Dodge Challenger combines a laser straight body with stupendous Burgundy paint job giving it a super clean appearance and upgraded suspension with well polished Cragar wheels achieving a perfect stance.
Inside the Burgundy 1973 Challenger build you’ll find a fresh looking factory style Black bucket interior enhanced with full set of Autometer gauges and B&M shifter.
When it comes to power this 1973 Dodge Challenger counts on a healthy Big Block 440 V8 dressed with Crane Cams roller rockers, Weiand intake and 750 Holley carburetor producing way over 400hp controlled by 727 Automatic with sure-grip differential.
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