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Stout ’72 Dodge Challenger Built for Autocross Racing

1972 dodge challenger autocross car

Originally a 1972 Dodge Challenger 318 Rallye Pack, which Mitch Lelito bought back in ’75, this E-body is now a beautiful T/A clone built for the track. That makes perfect sense, considering Mitch has been autocrossing since he was 18 years old, and his wife is a Mopar lady passionate about racing as much as he is.

The 1972 Dodge Challenger currently sports a well built 360 engine punched to 410 cubes paired with 727 automatic tranny and 3.23 geared rear end. Combined with all the necessary drivetrain mods, this set up works great for Micth at the track, and brought home many trophies from various events.

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