This 1972 DODGE CHARGER 440 with FUSE RIMS!

I know that we are continually watching different vintage muscle examples, and it seems like every new example that we get to see, looks like it is more beautiful and stunning than the other. But from time to time, we come across a certain specimen that is really taking our breath away from the very first moment we look at it. Today we are going to show you one completely amazing and totally stunning looking 1972 Dodge Charger 440, with extremely appealing HEMI Orange Metallic paint job, with very nice black stripes, and with the well known R/T logo placed on the hood (even though it probably should not be there, because the `72 version was meant to replace the R/T models).

As above mentioned, this awesome beauty is a 1972 Dodge Charger 440 model, and under the hood there is the well known Chrysler`s 440 7.2 liter V8 engine, with power steering, power disc brakes, aluminum radiator, and the original exhaust manifolds. As you are about to see, this beauty with timeless allure has been perfectly restored and brought to a perfect condition, taking into an account that when this video clip was made, the car was being put up for sale (about five years ago).

My impression is that the most beautiful Dodge Chargers that we have a chance to see are the `68 models, but when I`m watching this bad boy, that leaves me an impression like it was `born` for burning tires. So I will think twice next time before saying that the 1968 Charger is the top of the line in its entire history.

Just take a look at the video and share your thought about it with us in the comment section below. And if you want to find out more about the `72 Charger, click here.