The Epic Journey of an Abandoned Dodge Challenger, Restored to its Former Glory After 35 Years


The Dodge Challenger is definitely dream car, and this 1973 is in serious need of some love after being off the road for 35 years!

ABANDONED Dodge Challenger Rescued After 35 Years - YouTube

This factory 318 3 speed was in desperate need of being relocated to a new home, so follow along as we put this beautiful piece of American auto history back on the road!

ABANDONED Dodge Challenger Rescued After 35 Years Part 2: Engine Removal - YouTube

This video reminds me of the stuff me and my father used to do. my dad left me a couple years back and when i watch your videos, it give me a reminder of how much fun it was. Thank you man!

I’m super excited about this revival series! Glad I stumbled across it! How cool it would be to be able to save these classic beauty’s!

If you ever need a grunt let me know man! Much love bro! Thanks for the content and God bless!

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