1972 Dodge Challenger
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In 1972 the government passed legislation requiring engines to have the ability to run on low lead or no lead gasoline. Engine power was now rated in SAE net horsepower, meaning theoretical horsepower with all accessories in place.
The example shown was offered for sale at the 2006 RM Auction in Monterey, CA. It has traveled 37,700 miles since new and is finished in Hemi orange paint. It is powered by a 340 cubic-inch V8 engine matted to a four-speed pistol grip manual gearbox. It was given a Rallye package which included the Rallye hood, sport steering wheel and laser stripes. It has been treated to a frame-off restoration and treated to the highest degree of attention. At the conclusion of the auction the vehicle had been sold for $60,500.
By Daniel Vaughan | Dec 2006
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|Monterey Sports & Classic Car Auction||1972-1996|