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1972 Dodge Charger

Sale price: $US $3,900.00 make an offer

Sale type: Fixed price listing

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Manufacturer: Dodge
Model: Charger
Year: 1972
Type: Coupe
Color: Blue
Mileage: 999,999
Engine: 318
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Interior Color: Blue
Vehicle Title: Clear
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You are bidding on TWO cars. This is a project bundle. Both cars are 1972 Dodge Chargers with 318 CID engines. They are not SEs. I am unable to change the main title of the listing. The primary project car is a "WH" High price point and the parts car is a "WL" Low price point. Additionally. neither car has the Rallye Gauges. only the standard dashboard.

The winning bidder will receive two (2) Bills of Sale. one each for WH23G2A118230 and WL21G2A188753. Both cars have build sheets that are also included in the paperwork.

Both are full vinyl top style coupes. Both appear to have ALL trim pieces. All the glass is good in both cars. The primary car is the Blue/Black car. When I bought the car. it had surface rust where the vinyl top was and where the paint faded. I treated with POR type of rust reformer. I then covered with a black primer. There doesn't appear to be recurrence of surface rust after almost 2 years. Refer to the pictures for the progress through the process. The 318 is locked up. does not run. Several body panels would best be replaced.  
The second "parts" car. is the orange car. The parts car has exterior body panels that needs to be replaced on the primary car. Additionally. there are two aftermarket rear fender sheet metal and one OEM passenger side rear fender as well as a replacement rear valence/roll pan. The 318 in the "parts" car runs. I have connected a battery and put gas in the carb and have started the car. I can do it again when you pick it up.  
There are two complete. slightly rough. interiors. one blue. one black. The front seat was replaced in the parts car with a green bench seat. The blue/black car has a blue bench seat.

You can easily put a car together and have plenty of spare parts to sell to your MOPAR buddies and help subsidize your project. On the primary car. parts of the passenger side floorboards and the entire trunk floor/drop-offs will likely need to be patched/replaced and can't be scavenged from the parts car. Aftermarket sheet metal is easily available and affordable for this vintage MOPAR B-body. The primary car was originally undercoated. most of which remains. The rockers and frame appear solid because of the undercoating.

I have clear SC title for primary car. I have KY title and last KY registration paperwork (from 2 owners ago) for parts car. I have BOS from the eBay seller I purchased car from. He is looking for his BOS from the owner who last had it titled in KY (to show entire purchase documentation). but I do not yet have it. Since I was using it for parts. I wasn't too concerned about titling it. The buyer gets ALL paperwork I have. I have best described the condition of the cars. These are a project bundle. As I said. my plan was to complete one good car from what I have with parts were remaining to sell and offset some costs. I've less time than I planned on and I decided to cut the cord before dissembling everything and having two piles of MOPAR parts.  





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