1970 Dodge Challenger$99,900

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Price: $99,900
Contact: View Original Ad from Hemmings
Location: Charlotte, NC
Price Analysis: Poor Deal, 23.0 % above market avg. What's this?
SUMMARY</p>Featured in the August 2012 edition of Mopar Action Magazine6.1 liter Hemi crate engine thats been massaged to roughly 475 horsepowerTremec TKO600 5-speed manual transmissionCustom leather interior / Vintage Air conditioning / JVC tilt-screen stereoXV Motorsports Level II suspension8.75-inch rear axle / Sure Grip differential / 3.55 gearsXV Motorsports 4-wheel power disc brakes18-inch American Racing wheelsPower rack-and-pinion steeringViper Red paint / R/T-style accents<p>Whoever says you cant own a nice six-figure MoPar without a framed broadcast sheet and a call to Galen Govier obviously hasnt been to our 78000 square foot showroom. Thats because as dedicated gearheads who sweat 30 weight motor oil we strive to deliver the worlds finest investment grade metal AND first class muscle cars that literally define the term pro-tourer. Take for example this wicked 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T. As the beneficiary of a nut and bolt rotisserie restoration that included a modern 6.1 liter Hemi a complete XV suspension and a modified leather interior its an exceptionally well done piece thatll more than hold its own against any pampered show queen. And although it doesnt have coveted documentation or a stack of plastic trophies it does have a cover feature and an accompanying 6-page spread in Mopar Action magazine. If youre looking for some old school Detroit metal that wraps some of the nastiest muscle your money can buy in one of the best looking packages to ever prowl American streets this awesome Challenger is just your style!</p><p>BODYWORK/TRIM</p><p>This cool E-Bodys complete rotisserie restoration began when its solid convertible body was meticulously stripped carefully massaged and thoroughly sanded into a smooth consistent canvas. Once that canvas was prepped a bright coat of Viper Red urethane was expertly sealed in a thick clearcoat shell. And when that clearcoat cured it was decked in black war paint and buffed to a thoroughly substantial presence. Take one look down the body of this old-school Dodge and youll see tough slab-sided panels that have been straightened and finessed far past anything that rolled out of the factory. Pull the car into the sunlight and its glossy glow accurately reproduces Chryslers planar straight lines all the while offering a level of protection that can only be achieved with todays advanced paint technology. Get up close and personal with its finish and all that staring and comparing adds up to one super slick all-American muscle car which wraps brutal performance in killer good looks!</p><p>Wearing lines that originated on Chrysler designer Carl Camerons famous Charger turbine concept this classic Challenger makes a bold and distinctly MoPar styling statement from virtually every angle. At the front of the car a tough looking body-width grille hangs a red R/T emblem between four pristine headlights fade-free parking lamps and a mirror-like bumper. At the top of the car an R/T-specific hood props two small scoops two pristine 6.1 HEMI emblems and two trick tie downs in front of like-new glass thats framed by straight stainless trim and a black vinyl top. At the sides of the car prominent fender lines are complemented by flush-fitting door handles body-matched sport mirrors chrome-trimmed marker lights and a quick-fill fuel cap. And at the back of the car a body-matched valence hangs wide DODGE branded tail lights above a second pristine bumper and correct quad exhaust tips.</p><p>ENGINE</p><p>Raise the wide red hood and youll find a killer 6.1 liter MoPar crate engine that takes this Dodge from very appealing to MUST HAVE almost as fast as it takes its driver from confident to scared stiff. Measuring in at roughly 370 cubic inches Chryslers resurrected Hemi uses a revised block a forged crank lighter pistons strengthened connecting rods new oil jets variable cam timing and increased flow heads to turn impressive 10.3 to 1 compression into 425 horsepower! At the top of that stout block