In its first year, over 8200 examples were sold. The power-assist Kelsey-Hayes brakes featured 10. Additionally, some extras became standard in 1987, including a sunroof and a cassette player. DoorsFilter selectedDoorsList, null ; doorsFilter. Only driven on clear days, no rain. All were equipped identically with grey interior, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and gearshift knob, air conditioning, cassette stereo, sunroof, non-armrest center console and numbered dash plaque.
It has brand new plugs, wires, and cap and rotor. Gets around 35 mpg on the highway. Things appear mostly stock as well, with the exception of some additional gauges on the A-pillar. . Ran like stink for the time it was made.
The Dodge Charger was produced from 1966 through 1978, 1983 through 1987, and again beginning in 2006. In fact, the production was cut short and the last 1,000 cars were sold to Carroll Shelby himself. Buyer is responsible for local pickup or making shipping arrangements. The muscle car era was coming to a close. This combination produced 175 hp at 5300 rpm and 175 lb-ft of torque at 2200-4800 rpm. As all the original 1000 cars were painted only black with no clearcoat See article below , she is waxed regularly but needs minor attention in several places on the topside where she gets to direct sun when out.
This increased the boost to 14. This, teamed with the standard performance-geared close-ratio five-speed overdrive transaxle increased power to 146 hp at 5200 rpm, while torque increased to 168 lb-ft at 3600 rpm. Since its inception, the impressive performance and stylish bodies made the Charger an instant success. Shelby used the Turbo I engine updated with the intercooler and plumbing of the engine, but without the stronger forged crank, full-floating pin pistons and other durability enhancements of that engine. Trade or Sell to serious buyers.
Have any of you owned a front-wheel drive Dodge Charger? Outside, a new nose and racing stripes accented the performance image. The headliner cloth had come loose in several places and was repaired, but additional spots have become to loosen which suggests that the entire headliner should be removed and the cloth re-glued to the panel liner. Inside, the armrest was dropped entirely. The aesthetics were updated in 1982, improving upon the performance persona with the addition of side scoops mounted behind the front wheels. Extra differential out of my Omni which had a Quaife.
A new engine was found at Peugeot. Had an 86 Shelby Turbo Z it was a great car till the map sensor started filling up with oil… then it became a major headache. New center cap logos 4 , Premium Fuel only and shift pattern decals. Apart from the badging, both cars were exactly the same. An automatic transmission was became available, as did a new red exterior paint color. Rear view of the 1982 Dodge Shelby Charger prototype, mostly indistinguishable from production cars For 1984, the Shelby Charger could be ordered with an optional. I reserve the right to cancel the listing at any time upon sale of the vehicle.
These areas may need to be re-painted. This increased the boost to 14. The Charger was redesigned in 1970 and became available in new colors. Steering wheel leather is worn but no holes, tears, or loose threads. The nylon bushings and non-adjustable nylon ends on the shifter linkages have been replaced with oil less bronze bearings and fully-adjustable swivel connectors and lubricated ends See picture. The slant-six 318 and 400 were available in various configurations. The 360 fitted with a four-barrel, instead of the standard two-barrel carburetor, would increase the horsepower to 200.
However, Plymouth would never get a turbocharged version of the Shelby Charger. All were finished in black and had special badging that marked them as Shelby, not as a Dodge. Needs a new headliner don t they all. In 1975, Dodge repositioned the Charger as a luxury vehicle. During its introductory year, 37,344 examples were produced.