Charger SE

Original 400: 1972 Dodge Charger SE Estate Find

Estate sales often prove to be a great source of desirable classics, and there are plenty of stories of enthusiasts striking automotive gold in such situations. This 1972 Dodge Charger SE is a perfect example. It spent decades in… more»

440 V8 Project: 1973 Dodge Charger SE

The Dodge Charger had a record sales year in 1973 – up by more than 56%. The car received a refresh in styling after a total redesign in 1971. Gone were the hidden headlights and the SE models (half… more»

Recently Restored: 1969 Dodge Charger SE

Choosing an appropriate classic to park in your garage can be challenging, and many factors must be considered. Those who admit a project build isn’t viable will seek a turnkey classic. The next consideration is budget, and the winning… more»

Rebuilt 400 V8: 1972 Dodge Charger SE

Times were changing in the muscle car market in 1972. Chrysler dropped the 426 Hemi and 440 6-Pack, and all their cars had hardened valve seats to accommodate the new unleaded fuels that were coming on the scene. The… more»

More Than A Roller: 1972 Dodge Charger SE

One of Dodge’s hottest cars in the late 1960s was the Charger. It sold nearly 225,000 copies in 1968-70 and it was popularized in the movies (Bullitt) and later on television (Dukes of Hazzard). A redesign would come in… more»

No Reserve: 1971 Dodge Charger SE

Confidence is a wonderful trait that is admirable. The seller demonstrates it with this 1971 Dodge Charger SE, inviting anyone performing an in-person inspection to bring a magnet. They believe there is no better way to explain its solid… more»

400 V8 Survivor: 1973 Dodge Charger SE

Dodge’s popular Charger would enjoy a 58% sales increase in 1973, making it the best year yet for the mid-size luxury/muscle car. We’re not sure that any one reason accounted for that success other than the fuselage styling adopted… more»

Triple Black Project: 1969 Dodge Charger SE

One of the most popular cars that turn up here on Barn Finds is the second-generation Dodge Charger (1968-70). A lot of them were built, at least two had prominent movie/TV roles (hence they became famous), and they did… more»

R/T Clone Project: 1969 Dodge Charger SE

The second-generation Dodge Charger may have been the turnaround car of the 1960s. From a second-year low of less than 16,000 units in 1967, a redesign of Chrysler’s B-bodies brought that number up to more than 92,000 in 1968… more»

Nicest One Left? 1974 Dodge Charger SE

This third-generation Dodge Charger SE might be the nicest example out there. That’s no doubt the seller’s assumption as the car is priced accordingly. But there are a lot of automobiles here for the money, with a prior restoration… more»

All Original? 1974 Dodge Charger SE

Claiming that any classic car is “all original” can be a slippery slope, especially when the photos and listing text reveal changes to that vehicle. That is the case with this 1974 Dodge Charger SE. There is no disputing… more»

Solid Project: 1971 Dodge Charger SE With a 383

Classic Mopar machinery from the 1960s and early 1970s remains a firm favorite among enthusiasts because the cars generally display a stylish appearance and class-leading performance. Solid project candidates from the era are highly-sought, which is graphically demonstrated by… more»

Stored For 38 Years! 1972 Dodge Charger SE

Sitting in this shed is a classic that might have a story to tell. It is a 1972 Dodge Charger SE that recently emerged after thirty-eight years in storage. It is a surprisingly solid vehicle that would make an… more»

All Original California B-Body: 1974 Dodge Charger SE

By 1974, the Dodge Charger was evolving into more of a personal luxury car, even more so the following year when it began sharing a similar look to the new Chrysler Cordoba.  But buyers got one final chance for… more»

Daytona Edition: 1975 Dodge Charger SE

The Dodge Charger and Chrysler Cordoba were parallel mid-size offerings from 1975 to 1977. This enabled Dodge to avoid reusing the now-dated styling from 1971-74. The Charger SE was all about luxury, and if you specified the Daytona trim… more»

440 V8 Power! 1972 Dodge Charger SE

The Dodge Charger was introduced in 1966 as a cross between a pony car and a personal luxury automobile on a mid-size platform. It wasn’t much of a sales success until all of Chrysler’s intermediates were redesigned for 1968… more»

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