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One-Owner 1973 Dodge Charger SE Parked in a Garage Flexes Original Everything

Back in 1973, Dodge introduced several styling improvements on the Charger, including new grilles and vertical taillights, with the company officially giving up on hidden headlights across the entire lineup.
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Nevertheless, what set the SE apart from the rest of the models was the new triple quarter window design that you can clearly see on the Charger we’re highlighting today.

Because yes, what you’re looking at here is an all-original 1973 Charger SE coming in nearly mint condition, with recent fixes including new tires, new shocks, exhaust, and fuel tank.

In other words, it’s a one-owner, all-original, matching numbers 1973 Dodge Charger SE with just 36,000 miles (57,936 km) on the clock, and eBay seller deejay_fresco says the mileage is fully accurate. The paint, the interior, the undercarriage, everything is original without a single spot of rust, and this is mostly thanks to the owner of the car who took proper care of it and always but always parked it in a garage.

As you can clearly see in the pics here and the video embedded below, this Charger has no rust, no scratches, no dings, and everything is working, even the air conditioning. The glass is in almost perfect condition, something that you can hardly find these days. At least judging from the photos included in the listing, that is.

At the end of the day, this Charger SE is a little piece of automotive history in almost mint condition. You can get a closer look at everything in the video below where the owner offers a few details about it and shows the V8 engine starting and running.

Without a doubt, whoever ends up owning this Charger is a lucky buyer, though the no reserve auction is likely to attract quite a lot of interest, so getting your hands on it might be quite a challenge. The highest bid at the time of writing is $14,600.



Editor's note: This article was not sponsored or supported by a third party.

 
 
 
 
 

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