This 1970 Dodge Charger is powered by an 800hp 512ci Mopar performance big-block engine mated to a TorqueFlite 727 automatic transmission with a 3200 stall torque convertor. The engine has March Performance billet upgrades and breathes through a set of custom 3-inch exhaust headers with interior-activated electric cutouts. Also features Hotchkis front and rear suspension upgrades, a 2-inch narrowed Dana 60 rear end with 3.55 ratio and Sure-Grip posi-traction. The kitted-up Resto-Mod Charger mixes stunning period aesthetic with modern convenience and performance. The Charger rides on a set of Budnik Wheels clad in BFGoodrich rubber. For stopping power, the second-generation Charger uses a set of Baer T4 brakes with drilled and slotted rotors. The exterior is finished in a stunning metallic paint with white vinyl roof that complements the beautiful high-grain white leather interior. Additionally, the striking interior features factory air conditioning, as well as a black leather-wrapped dash and center console. The rear passenger area is presented with cupholders, armrests and lap belts. The Charger sports all-new chrome adorning the exterior, and the vacuum-powered headlights covers are now electric and showcase all-new Halo LED headlights.