The 1973 Dodge Challenger is not desirable as his ’70 brother, but this one is absolutely gorgeous. Designed and built by Steve Strope and Pure Vision Design, for the Charles Schwab Challenge winner. And it represents the essence of the first-Gen Challengers.
As you may know Steve Strope, one of the world famous car designers won’t leave this ’73 Challenger unnoticed, therefore he redesigned the exterior trim and added a ’70 style chin spoiler and that’s his recipe for this absolutely spectacular Challenger.
Inside we can see gorgeous white leather interior with original design, however upgraded elements such as Dakota Digital gauges, Vintage Air AC unit, Kicker audio and Corbeau seats that has been upholstered in same as the rest of the interior elements.
Steve for this 1973 Dodge Challenger project has decided to install modern Chryslers 392 cubic-inch, 6.4 liter Hemi Mopar crate V8 engine which produces 485 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque. Awesome stance coming from the gorgeous chromed B-forged rims wrapped with Pirelli P-Zero tires and secured with 6-piston Baer brakes and rotors on all wheels.