1970 Dodge Challenger T/A with its original matching-numbers 340ci
Six-Pack V8 engine and pistol-grip 4-speed manual transmission.
Produced only in 1970, the Dodge Challenger T/A (Trans Am) was a
racing homologation car. In order to race the SCCA Trans Am
Championship, Dodge built a street version of its race car, which
it appropriately named the Challenger T/A. The challenger T/A was
powered by the high-revving 340 Six-Pack hardly hidden beneath a
matte black fiberglass hood sporting a giant hood scoop. The
low-restriction dual exhaust system exited from the sides of the
car through unique "megaphone" exhaust tips in front of the rear
tires. Front disc brakes were standard as was the heavy-duty Rallye
suspension and E60X15 and G60X15 Goodyear Polyglas tires. Track
stripes, bold graphics, and a fiberglass ducktail real spoiler and
front spoiler were also part of the T/A package. In 1970, a total
of 2,399 T/A Challengers were built, but only 989 were equipped
with the factory 4-speed manual transmission and Hurst shifter.
This fully restored T/A Challenger is presented in its as-built
color combination with correct options as decoded by its VIN and
Trim Tags. Matching-numbers engine confirmed by documentation.
Restoration photos, receipts, book and magazine features will
transfer with the car.
1970 Dodge Challenger T/A
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