This 1970 Dodge Charger R/T tribute has everything you want. Not
only is it the final year for this very intimidating style, but you
also have some great features - including a powerful enhanced 440
V8 upgrade. It makes for one of the sharpest-looking and meanest
muscle machines out there right now.
These Chargers had flair. The flying buttress roof and a
well-integrated rear spoiler all make this quite classy. But
there's also a ton of muscle car aggression in here, too. The
squared-off bodywork with its brawny curves looks particularly
striking thanks to a professional upgrade to a vibrant and gloss
orange paint later in life. And they also upgraded this to an R/T
with that shapely vented hood and vent trim on the doors. Of
course, these Chargers never needed much help with intimidation
thanks to the wraparound chrome front bumper. It draws attention to
the recessed grille that looks like it will inhale anything that
gets in its way. Not only is that front-end shadowy, but also the
vinyl roof and bumblebee stripe on the rear come together to give
this a stylish and well-coordinated dark side.
All the black on the outside gets you ready for the full black
interior. This is a clean and complete setup that shows more of the
right investments. It impresses, right down to the details, like
the plush carpeting and working courtesy lights. You get all the
best features from the era, including the high-back bucket seats
with a center console and floor shift. And the three-spoke steering
wheel gives you a clear view to the full gauge package with the
large speedo and tach. While the radio looks like a classic piece,
it's actually a retro-style AM/FM digital tuner w/Bluetooth. So you
know you're just imagining rolling down all the windows on this
hardtop and cranking up your favorite music. Then again, your
preferred soundtrack really may just be the growing exhaust
In a muscle car that has been this clean so far, you know exactly
what you'll see when you lift the hood. It's an exceptionally tidy
engine bay, nearly overflowing with motor. The big 440 cubic-inch
Magnum V8 was upgraded later in life, and you can see it was
installed with care and an attention to detail. It has great
correct pieces like the Magnum air topper and factory stickers. But
what you'll really like is how this is a full performance build.
It's a bored .40 setup with Smith Bros pushrods, new gaskets, new
cam, and topped with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. It loves to
fire up with gusto, and the long tube heads add both power and
rumble to the H-pipe dual exhaust. As you look underneath, you'll
see more signs of a clean build, as well as subframe connectors.
Plus, this is a fine driver with features like the three-speed
automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and wide BF
Goodrich T/As on Mopar road wheels.
Complete with build receipts, this is a trophy-level car that has
even been used in a movie. It's a classic Charger done to the level
that reminds us all why we love Mopar muscle. Call today!!!