Here's the story of my '72 Charger I've owned since '82. My apologies for the quality of some of the first pics, the scanner was broke and I ... Show morehad to take pictures of pictures.
WH23G2G****** 318-2, 904-A trans, A/C, P/S, P/DISC, Cruise, Buckets and Console, Rally dash.
My sister and I bought it from the original owners when it only had 45K miles on it. It started out as a plain Jane 318 car but has gotten some mods down the road. My sister drove it to college in Houston for 3 yrs. While there it got into its first fender bender. She brought it back up and got another fender for it, had it repainted and took it back south. Four months later she was backed into on the LR 1/4. In '85 I took the Charger off her hands when she couldn't keep it running. All it needed were the points adjusted.
Later in '86 I put on dual exhaust, 72 Charger SE taillights, Cragar fakes and built brackets for square headlights. I picked up a complete hideaway setup off another 72 I bought for $75. Looks good, don't ya think?
In winter of '89 she got a new L fender due to sliding into a pole. The bondo fell out of the replacement fender sis had gotten. It was a '74 piece, sis was taken. Cop rims with dog dish hubcaps replaced the Cragar fakes in Spring of '90.
Fall of '90 I found a full set of 14" all chrome Road wheels at a garage sale for $50. I used Furd centers til I could get correct replacements. Later I replaced the centers with Omni caps. I put an '83 Firebird wing on to help with rear downforce. Don't laugh, it works. Found a set of good '71 Charger taillights at the salvage yard for $20 and factory exhaust tips at another for $20. Show Less