1974 Dodge Charger

Condition Used
Body Coupe
Make Dodge
Model Charger
Mileage 49764 mi
Fuel type Gasoline
Year 1974
Transmission Automatic
Exterior Color Gold
History Yes
VIN: WH23U4A154152

One of 208 every produced! The 1974 Charger was the last of its kind before the 1975 personal luxury coupe replacement came. The era of the muscle car was over but the third-gen Charger had a successful racing career in NASCAR. Famous names like Buddy Baker and Richard Petty drove them and Petty has gone on record proclaiming this generation Charger was his favorite as he won 25 races with it between 1972 and 1977. Only about 1,000 1974 Chargers were equipped with the 440 engine, and only 208 of them were hardtops like this one. Ours has the original RB 440 that was rated at a respectable 275 horsepower and 375 lb-ft of torque in 1974. This is the car's original engine and is in original condition and has all the factory stock equipment like the intake manifold, carb, cast iron exhaust manifolds, valve covers, air conditioning, and most other engine parts and accessories. The Charger interior's overall design was unchanged from the third-generation's 1971 introduction, although the upholstery pattern on the vinyl seats evolved. The high-back split seats are comfortable but lack lateral support and have a unique brown and white pattern. It also has original paperwork that came with the car including the original order sheet, broadcast sheet, warranty brochure and more. The 1974 Charger has a drop-dead bronze and black paint job over its power bulge hood with 440 Magnum badging, its grille slats pushed forward, hood pins, Rallye package, larger quarter-panel windows, and body-side stripes.