1973 - 1974 Dodge Charger Apparel and Accessories by Legend Lines
For 1973, Dodge offered the Charger as a coupe, a hardtop coupe, or as an SE hardtop coupe version. The Rallye option added Rallye instrument clusters, body tape stripes, hood pins and special exterior upgrades. Under the hood of the Rallye was a 440 cubic-inch Magnum V8 offering 280 net horsepower. The base engine was the 225 Slant Six which produced 105 net horsepower. The 1973 and 1974 Chargers were very similar to the previous model with minor differences in the front grille which was updated slightly and there was a new roofline visible around the quarter windows. In the back were new taillights, featuring 22 individual lenses. The Special Edition “SE” was the top trim level. It had a vinyl landau roof that featured a trio of vertical “louver-like” windows, Not great for visibility, but they looked cool. Bucket seats were optional, but very popular in the Chargers. Even in 1973, the Charger Rallye still offered the 440and the four-speed manual, and selecting one still brought the trick Pistol-Grip Hurst shifter. Unfortunately, you could no longer pair the 440 with the four-speed, though you could get a 400 Magnum or a 340 with the four-speed. A power bulge hood, hood pins, 15-inch Rallye wheels, and neat chrome exhaust tips that mimicked the look of machine gun barrels, were all still available.
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