1970 Dodge Charger R/T 440 Magnum
This Charger R/T was a co-star in the movie "Gone in 60 Seconds"
Fabulous 70' Charger previously owned by Ray Claridge the owner of Cinema Vehicle Services, the company that built all 11 Eleanors for the 2000 Touchstone movie, "Gone in 60 Seconds" I acquired the car from Rays personal collection out of a museum in Las Vegas. Car is a 10/10 condition and is an absolute pleasure to drive with zero issues. Features include the original (E86) 440 Magnum engine, (833) 4-speed manual transmission, (TX9) rare original black color, (C6XA) black vinyl bucket seats, (A01) light package, (L31) Hood Mounted Turn Signal Indicators, (M21) Drip Rail Moulding, (M31) Body Belt Moulding, (N85) Tic-Toc-Tach, (A33) Track Pak Package 3.54:1 Ratio 9.75 Dana 60 Axel 4 Speed, (C16) Console, (C55) Bucket Seats, (J25) 3 Speed Wipers and (V86) Longitudinal Tape Stripe Delete.
Car is a true appreciated beauty that I've babied while I've owned with only driving on the nicest days. Never seen rain or snow. Stored in a Heated Michigan Garage, can arrange delivery to Naples Florida as well. Clean Title in HAND.
Thank you, Clint
5th annual award will be announced at Retromobile 2020
Races in Austria scheduled for February 1-2, 2020
Corvette Mike dealership asking $3.95 million
Our weekly roundup of car museum news and notes