1973 Dodge Charger

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1973 Dodge Charger
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Body Color
Dark Bronze Metallic
Stock
21GKM319
Vin
WH23G3G229891
Miles
10,109
Engine Size
318ci V8
Transmission Type
Automatic
Video coming soon
Body Color
Dark Bronze Metallic
Stock
21GKM319
Vin
WH23G3G229891
Miles
10,109
Engine Size
318ci V8
Transmission Type
Automatic
Video coming soon

Groovy Mopar

Dark Bronze Metallic
White
318ci V8
Automatic

1973 Dodge Charger

-318ci V8
-TorqueFlite Automatic Transmission
-10k Miles Shown
-Dark Bronze Metallic Paint With White Vinyl Roof
-White Vinyl Interior

(Please note: If you happen to be viewing this 1973 Dodge Charger on a website other than our Garage Kept Motors site, it's possible that you've only seen some of our many photographs of the car due to third-party website limitations. To be sure you access all the more than 160 photographs, as well as a short start-up and walk-around video, please go to our main website: Garage Kept Motors.

“Once again, it all comes down to the 'eye snap'….” -Hagerty, 1968-70 Dodge Charger Buyer's Guide

Hagerty summarized the Dodge Charger's legendary appeal: “Few classic muscle cars have lived as large in the public eye as the second-generation Dodge Charger. Mythologized by the baddies in Bullitt, and then popularized by a pair of cousins never meanin' no harm in Hazzard County, the wicked wedge shape of Chargers… has become instantly recognizable shorthand for cool, fast, and ferocious.”

Offered here is a 1973 Dodge Charger in dark bronze metallic over tan under a white vinyl. roof. The VIN identifies the car as an original 1973 Dodge Charger (B) with the “H” for “High Price Class” trim, “23” for the “2-Door Hardtop” body, “G” for the 318-cubic-inch, 2-barrel carburetor V8, “3” for the 1973 model year, and “G” identifying the car's origin at the St. Louis Chrysler assembly plant. The Charger has been well-maintained and beautifully refreshed inside and out for a showroom-new presentation.

The desirable exterior dark-bronze metallic paint was professionally refreshed to a very high standard. The color is uniform and smooth across the curvaceous body panels, and the metallic finish glistens. A single tan pinstripe follows the car's horizontal body line for the length of the car. There is no unwanted overspray on trim, door mechanicals, or the like. The body-panel fit is at or above factory standards, and there is no damage to the sheet metal. The textured-vinyl roof is virtually perfect, as is the brushed-metal door-top trim that sweeps rearward to highlight the hardtop design. In another nice feature, the vinyl top positioning leaves painted-metal accents exposed on the edges of the roof. (To best assess the quality of the paint and chrome finish, be sure to view the close-up photographs of the car in the accompanying gallery.) Chrome on the bumpers fore and aft is in excellent condition. Other chrome-finished trim—on door handles, side-view mirrors, fender-top-mounted turn-signal indicators, window surrounds, and taillight trim—is original, and it has been beautifully maintained. Lighting lenses—including on the quad headlights and wide taillights—are clear and uncracked; cabin glass is similarly unmarred. The sole “Dodge Charger” emblem on the right-rear trunk lid is properly in place. Chromed-trimmed 5-spoke styled steel wheels are mounted with BFGoodrich® Radial T/A performance tires.

The Charger's interior trim is in exceptionally well-maintained original condition. The design and materials fully display the “high price” aspect noted in the VIN. Tan vinyl on the front high-back buckets (with center armrest) and rear bench features a horizontally pleated design; the surfaces are unworn and free of damage. Door-panels feature a horizontal design in tan vinyl with handsome woodgrain panels and roll-up window cranks. The tan, Dodge-branded, 3-spoke steering wheel with chrome metal trim fronts a woodgrain-trimmed dashboard and instrument cluster with horizontal 120-mph speedometer. The shift lever for the TorqueFlite® automatic transmission is mounted on the steering column. A “Charger” badge on woodgrain trim faces the front passenger. An auxiliary SunPro® engine-oil-pressure gauge is mounted below the dash. Stock slide-lever controls for the factory air conditioning, heating, and ventilation remain in place. The factory-original AM-FM radio also remains mounted. Dark-brown cabin carpets are in place. The car's trunk is unfinished, but solid and rust-free.

Under the hood, and beneath the shiny, finned, open-sided air-cleaner cover, the stock 318 cubic-inch Mopar V8 is beautifully displayed. The engine block is painted the correct light blue, with bare-metal finned valve covers in place. The entire engine bay is perfectly clean and properly laid out; components are correctly mounted; hoses and wiring properly routed. Viewed from below, the Charger's chassis is complete, undamaged, and clean. The properly routed full-length dual exhaust system in pristine condition is highlight.

The car's factory build and identification tags remain in place. The original owner's manual is included in the sale.

While the more than 160 high-definition photographs and the short walk-around-and-startup video available on the GarageKeptMotors website showcase this '73 Charger in detail from every angle, including from below, we expect and encourage in-person inspections at our Grand Rapids, Michigan showroom. Please call to arrange an appointment in advance as our showroom is not open to the public. And feel free to get in touch anytime by phone or email if you have questions.

For its beautiful bronze-metallic color, fastback styling, well-turned-out 318 MOPAR V8, and most of all, for its superb condition, this '73 Charger checks a lot of collector-interest boxes. It is impossible to imagine the car with anything less than a large, enthusiastic crowd of admirers circling it. We're pretty confident the next owner will get used to that kind of “MOPAR happening” at every stop.

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