General description :
1974 Dodge Challenger The Dodge Challenger entered the Pony Car market in 1970 off the Chrysler E-body platform to compete with the highly successful Mustang & Camaro. It shared many things with the Plymouth Barracuda and both were offered with a whole slew of trim levels & engine options. The Challenger was a more luxurious featured car intended to attract more high income buyers to the Pony Market thrills. Four decades later, you don’t see luxury. You see a mean looking muscle car that is a blast to drive as few can rival the stance and aggressive appearance from the greatest era. This 74 Challenger is a great running car that is a great driver or perfect for restoration. It needs some trim put back on, set work done and some minor rust repair. We can assist with working all of that into the deal for this winter/fall at a discounted rate if you want to go that route. We also have a full design to go with the car because the intention is to restore it but it is too far down the list of projects at the moment. This Challenger is a great cruising car with a very desirable body style looking great in Burnished Red paint with black vinyl interior. It’s powered by a 360ci V8 engine and automatic transmission. It came nicely featured with bucket seats, woodgrain console, Ralley package, simulate louvers, and the sport hood. According to our vehicle intake inspection; all of the exterior lights (low/high, turn signals, taillights), wheels, hood and trunk latches, wipers, horn, aftermarket radio, windows, locks and heater all are in good condition and function as they should. This is truly a classic Mopar muscle beauty that is a lot of fun to fire up and drive! It can be yours for only $26,900.00! This car is located and being represented for a collector in the Seattle, Washington area.
This Dodge Challenger is available in Arlington
Car type : CarMake : DodgeModel : ChallengerModel Version : 360 V8Engine size : 0.0Model Year : 1974Location : ArlingtonVehicle Registration : Undefined
Dodge Brothers Company, founded by Horace and John Dodge in 1900, initially produced components for car manufacturers. In 1914 they stepped into car manufacturing when introducing four-cylinder Dodge Model 30 with all-steel body and 12v electric system.
By 1920 Dodge had become the second biggest car manufacturer in the USA, unfortunately the same year both of the brothers died, the company in turn to was sold to Chrysler Corporation in 1928. Dodge found a niche Chrysler Corporation lineup above low-priced Plymouth and medium-priced DeSoto, but somewhat below the top-of-the-line Chrysler