The Special Edition Charger is primarily notable for its hideaway headlights, the full moldings, vinyl top, and many other things that make it stand out from the other Chargers from that period. But this particular example of 1972 Dodge Charger SE is full with so many details, so that one would not know where to begin with, and where to end. That is why I’m going to stay with the most important things under the hood.
Powered by the powerful 7.2 liter 440 cubic inch V8 motor, mated to a Tremec TKO 500 transmission, with a Hurst shifter and hydraulic clutch, this car is really power, not just great looking. When this video was recorded and published, it was put up for a sale, for just $33 000, but what happened afterwards, I really cannot tell you.