1974 Dodge Challenger Rallye - Back-Dated
Borrowing From The Past For Style Points.
Photography by Terry McGean
Brakes: The Challenger still wears its stock front discs, while the rear drums have been upgraded to the larger OE 11-inch offerings.
Wheels/Tires: Weld Racing's Rodlite wheels in 15x7 and 15x8 wear BFG Radial T/A rubber; 235/60-15 front and 275/60-15 rear.
Body: The '74 shell was in good shape when Glenn got all four previous paint jobs off, but there was some rust in the quarters. The lower halves were reskinned, and while he was wielding the welder, Glenn grafted in a set of '70-'71 side-marker openings. The rear valence was replaced with a dual-exhaust unit as well. After seeing the factory color, Glenn opted to respray in original Deep Sherwood Green Metallic and is glad he did.
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