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1973 Dodge Charger Overview
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Most of the changes for the 1973 Dodge Charger are cosmetic this year, as the engine offerings remained the same. Base models featured a 225 slant six (rated at 105-hp) or a 318, 150-hp. SE trims featured a 318, 400, and 440 with the 400 available in 2 or 4 barrel carbs while the Rallye trim offered a 340 magnum as well as the previous assortment of powerplants. All 1973 Charger models featured an enlarged rear quarter-window, but the SE trim had a specially designed rear triple "opera" window enveloped in a canopy style vinyl roof, giving the appearance of gills. Also new this year in Rallye models were optional reflective side stripes. Taillights became vertical slats and the hidden headlight option was discontinued.
A suspension redesign in the 1973 Dodge Charger resulted in an apparently quieter and smoother ride. Owners of this car, who admittedly buy it either to retune the engines for speed or just for its awesome look, are also pleased with its dependability and durability on the road.
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I am searching for a specific 73 charger. I've been looking through the usual; carfax, local dmv, and several other websites. But many of them say the VIN number I have is too short, which it is exa...
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will a 727 transmission from a 440 fit a 318 engine
My 1973 Dodge Charger Starts Only In Crank Position When You Go To On It Di...
starts in crank pos only,can run a wire to coil and starts and runs fine ,also no power to windows with out jumper wire
I have a 1973 dodge charger, i dont like the tail lights, i want to cheange the lenses & use the 1972 charger lenses instead,, are they the same, i mean will they fit???
I Have A 440 Magnum In My 1973 Charger And Was Wondering What Modifications...
my 440 magnum is a very basic big power house. i was wondering what modifications i should get to it to make it look much better, cleaner and have an over all more powerful, faster engine.