1973 Dodge Challenger

Item #: 140260




This 1973 Dodge Challenger started life as a base challenger, powered by the factory 318cu V8. Kelly-Moss Road and Race packed an 8.0L V10 out of a low mileage Viper, mated it to a six-speed T56 manual transmission and driven to the ground through a Chrysler 8.75” rear end.

The Challenger runs and drives great, but build progress was stopped just shortly after the drivetrain was installed. This means the car will need an interior solution, and has not been aesthetically restored. The frame is painted and all suspension components are new. Kelly Moss Road and Race is ready to finish this build to their originally discussed potential with a new cleint. 

More history, build details and photos can be provided for interested parties. 

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Condition: Used

Warranty? No

Car Location: Madison, Wisconsin

Vin#: JH23G3B352495

Odometer: 60221

Auto or manual transmission: Manual

Drive Type: Rear wheel drive

Exterior Color: Light Blue

Interior Color: Black

Number of Cylinders: 10

Body Type: Coupe

Length of Ownership: 3 years

Original Engine: No

Engine Modified: Yes

Engine Description: Kelly-Moss Road and Race packed an 8.0L V10 out of a low mileage Viper.

How many keys do you have? 1

Do you believe the odometer to be accurate? Yes

Are you the first owner? No

Do you have all manuals? No

Are there any signs of smoking or pets? No

Preservation? Drivetrain conversion done by Kelly-Moss Road and Race.

Are there any marks on the car inside or out? Mostly original paint that is showing wear and tear.

Are there any function inside or out that do not work? Interior needs to be finished.

Any trim coming loose or missing? Interior needs to be finished.

Any aftermarket parts on the car? Would benefit from further paint & exterior work.

Any issues that have not been resolved? Will need full exhaust. Interior needs to be finished.

Anything else you would like to tell buyers? The 8.75” rear end is fitted with POSI and Strange axles. The rear end is also fitted with a triangulated 4-link suspension, sway bar and coil over suspension. The front suspension has been convert to a custom double A-Arm, with coil overs, adjustable sway bar and rack and pinion steering. Other custom mods include an aluminum radiator and a Rick’s Hot Rods stainless fuel cell with in tank fuel pumps.