This 1970 Dodge Challenger 2 Door Convertible Stock # F13251 is available in our Fairfield, CA showroom and any inquiries may be directed to us at 707-419-8200�or by email at [Sales@SpecialtySales.com](mailto:Sales@SpecialtySales.com).�
Rare, Beautiful 1970 Dodge Challenger Convertible
New to our Fairfield showroom is this rare and outstanding 1970 Dodge Challenger 2 Door Convertible with factory red exterior paint and a black vinyl interior. One of under 3000 Convertibles built in 1970.. �You'll find a strong-running 340 cid V-8 engine under the hood with an automatic transmission, along with an upgraded QA1 suspension, power steering, power front disc brakes, �and more. �This beautiful classic is in exceptional condition as well and they are becoming increasingly difficult to find at this level of refinement.
Tastefully Upgraded & Beautiful Overall Condition
The current owner of this 1970 Dodge Challenger Convertible purchased it in 2016 and he informs us that he does not have a complete history on this classic other than it's been with four lifetime owners. We can tell you is that this beauty drives "better than new" and the upgraded suspension really handles the road well. �There is a whole lot to like about this classic on the open road and almost nothing to complain about.
Likewise, the paint, body work and trim on this classic are in good condition and really impresses in person. �The gorgeous body lines in particular stand out since this appears to be a true unmolested example, and all of the trim pieces/emblems/chrome show well. �The interior is in great stock condition and makes this rare convertible all the more desirable. �While there are more pristine example of this this 1970 Dodge Challenger Convertible somewhere in the USA, we can't find any available on the open market at this price point.
A Potentially �Great Investment for the Future
Overall, this 1970 Dodge Challenger Convertible is one of the nicer examples we've seen in years since these unmolested models are becoming harder and harder to find. �This may be your last opportunity to add such a prestigious classic to your garage so we suggest that you come test drive this one right away. �It is definitely worth the ride. �For more information about this impressive vehicle, visit our Fairfield, California showroom, give us a call at 707-419-8200, or email us at [Sales@SpecialtySales.com](mailto:Sales@SpecialtySales.com). �Be sure to mention Stock # F13251 as well.
Legal Disclosures: Specialty Sales Classics has advertised and sold thousands of classic cars since our founding in 1978. We strongly encourage any and all buyers who are unable to view the vehicle in-person to perform a Pre-Purchase Inspection (by an independent party of their choosing) prior to the purchase. �Given the age of many of our vehicles, it is extremely difficult to adequately describe all aspects of each vehicles condition in the limited space available and we have learned that these Pre-Purchase Inspections are helpful to all parties involved.
The information for this vehicle was provided by the current owner and it is not certified by Specialty Sales Classics. Therefore, it is in no way guaranteed as a basis of purchase. Any statements such as original or numbers-matching should be verified independently by the buyer prior to purchase.
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