1972 Dodge Challenger
The passage of time in the automotive world has created legends and highlighted the unique personalities of many cars. One of those has been the Dodge Challenger.
With a low total production, as well as low survivability over the years, any Dodge Challenger is worth a substantial amount of money.
The 1972 Dodge Challenger we have at Adventure Classics is a great muscle car to own and at a budget price so you can repaint it to bring it back to a great presentation.
Using the Trim Tag Info Verification from Chrysler, we can tell you our Challenger came with the 318 cubic inch engine that was rated with 155 horsepower from the factory using a 2BBL carb and a 3-Speed Manual Transmission, and ours appears to be the original engine with the addition of the performance carb swap and a swap to the 4-speed manual transmission now in the Challenger.
It retains the correct orange painted engine, intake, and valve covers with a chrome open element air cleaner, power brakes, power steering, and sits in a clean and painted engine compartment.
Other things we can tell you it came with from the factory per the Trim Tag are it was a J = Dodge Challenger, S = Special, 23 = 2 Door Hardtop, built in Hamtramck, MI, USA on 424 Date Built: 4 / 24 / 1972, it had 6 = Black Vinyl Bucket Seats, J25 3 Speed Variable Wipers, J54 Hood Insulating Pad, L25 Trunk Compartment Light, L31 Hood / Fender Mount Turn Signal, N23 Electronic Ignition, N85 Tachometer, R11 Music Master Radio AM, V6X Black Longitude Sports Stripe, and more.