Not a '70 Challenger but still plenty of Mopar attitude.
The first-generation Dodge Challenger models are some of the coolest and most collectible Mopars of all time, but while this generation was produced from 1970 through 1974, the '70 and '71 body styles are definitely the most popular. If you want to be a little different at car shows and Mopar clubs, this beautiful 1973 Dodge Challenger Rallye being listed by Streetside Classics of Fort Worth is the car for you.
This Dodge Challenger is definitely a looker with its B5 Blue paint job and contrasting white roof, hood stripes and fender vent accents. These fender vents are the easiest way to distinguish the Challenger Rallye from other trim levels, but the entire 1973 Dodge Challenger lineup has a classic, muscle car design with its steel wheels, pillar-less side windows and Coke-bottle profile. In addition to the side vents, the Challenger Rallye also had some upgraded suspension components to improve handling.
Overall, this 1973 Dodge Challenger Rallye is in incredible condition, although it isn't clear if it's all original or if it's been restored. The odometer shows 743 miles, so judging by the shape of this car, it's most likely been well maintained over the years and just rolled over 100,000 miles. Both the 340 CID V8 engine and three-speed automatic are claimed to be numbers-matching, and every inch of this Challenger (even the undercarriage) is very clean and rust free.
Despite being an automatic, this car should still be incredibly fun to drive with a pistol-grip shifter and the large tachometer front and center in the gauge cluster. Streetside Classics of Fort Worth is selling this 1973 Dodge Challenger Rallye for $39,995, but you can click HERE to make an offer.