For sale put up a 1967 Dodge Charger RestmodJanuary 12, 2020
The Mecum auction house will auction the 1967 Dodge Charger for the production year with a V1 Hemi engine producing 651 hp. and 838 Nm of torque.
It is worth noting that this instance of the model was modernized by Hot Rod and now it has a more refined appearance due to the modernization of the body, chassis and suspension.
Performance-oriented changes include the Bowler 4L80E automatic gearbox, Magnum 4-link rear suspension, RideTech coilovers, Viper 14-inch disc brakes, 18 and 19-inch wheels (front / rear), aluminum heads, an Edelbrock carburetor cross inlet 650, Magnaflow silencers and other items.
The front and rear bumpers of the car, in turn, already have a hole in the front “to ensure cooling of the air transmission and power steering”. At the same time, the rear bumper has thin horizontal openings for the tips of the exhaust system.
As for the interior, there are black leather seats that look more comfortable than the original seats, the original steering wheel and more traditional air vents.
In addition, dozens of Army G-Class SUVs have recently been put up for sale. It is worth noting that these cars were put up for sale by the German company Autohaus Lorinser.
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