1970 Dodge Charger. VIN XP29G0G236528. 440 big block V8. 727 automatic transmission. 8-3/4 rear differential. Power steering. Bucket seats. Center console with floor shift. Runs and drives good. Stops and steers well. Good, driver quality paint with a nice gloss finish - looks great. Black interior is in good condition and shows well. New tires mounted on new 18" American Racing Torque Thrust wheels. Has a perfect stance. A great Mopar muscle car - excellent investment.
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It’s hard to believe this was nearly 50 years ago. The joy of YouTube is definitely in that one never realizes how many broadcast gems exist out there of which we only recently become aware. Videos like these remind me why I love racing – and why my perpetual passion began with races like this. […]