$41,595 ~ Stock #183R-DEN
506 CID 6 Automatic Manual Valve Body
$41,595 ~ Stock #183R-DEN
506 CID 6 Automatic Manual Valve Body
Year Make Model: 1972 Dodge Charger
Engine: 506 CID
Transmission: 6 Automatic Manual Valve Body
Mileage: 95158 ( undocumented )
Body Style: Coupe
Exterior Color: Gun Metal Metallic
Interior Color: Black
SHOWROOM TIME IS 05-22-2018 12:11 AM
The year is 1972, Serbian air stewardess Vesna Vulovic survives 10,160m fall without parachute - world's highest fall without a parachute. And this numbers matching two owner Dodge Charger SE rolls into the Danville, Indiana dealership for sale. Now this classic American MOPAR has been completely rebuilt with only 4000 miles on her. With racing in mind this build includes: the original 400 V8 stroked to 506 CID V8 built by Spitefire Engines, now pushing out 620 HP and 680 LB. ft. of torque, backed by a 727 transmission with Hemi servos and gear vendors, and a 8 ¾ rear end with 4:55 gears and 33 spline axles, all this power sitting atop Magnum Force Racing suspensions, 4 link coilovers in the rear, full tube front suspension, massive 14” Willwood 6 piston disc brakes, and 4 piston rear, new interior, new paint, upgrade fuel system, aluminum radiator, and A/C.
The 1972 Charger introduced a new "Rallye" option to replace the R/T version. The SE was differentiated from other 1972 Chargers by a unique formal roof treatment and hidden headlights. The 383 V8 was replaced with a lower compression 4-barrel 400, while the 440 V8 was still available, with lowered compression and downrated to net 280 HP instead of the previous 350 HP gross. The ratings went down as the net horsepower measure was more realistic. Also beginning in 1972, all engines featured hardened valve seats to permit the use of regular leaded or unleaded gasoline rather than leaded premium fuel as in past years due to tighter emissions regulations. Though the 440+6 (designating a triple 2-barrel carb setup and 310 HP was listed in the early 1972 sales literature, it was found in the August 1971 testing that this engine would not meet the new and more stringent 1972 emissions laws, although some early Dodge literature (August 1971 press) stated that this engine was available for 1972, and a few (six is the accepted number) factory installed six-pack Chargers were built, the engine was dropped out of production by September 1971. The optional Pistol-Grip 4-speed Hurst manual shifter could be coupled to the 340, 400, and 440 Magnum engines.
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