You're looking at a real-deal 1970 Dodge Charger R/T 440 V8 coupe. That's right, this is an exceptionally popular, but very rare muscle car, that's still in its correct wild color. Even better is this one came from the factory loaded!
Does it get any better than finding a California Charger? Sure, when it also has had a professional respray of its original color. This classic orange Mopar shade is called Go Mango. The correct-spec white vinyl roof does not have a cool a name for its hue, but it looks great, and matches the factory optional bumblee stripe on the rear. The squared-off bodywork with its exquisite curves, and butch simulated vents on the front doors, looks good in any color, but this bright orange finish seems to give it an aggressive touch that cannot be ignored. Of course these Chargers never needed much help with intimidation, thanks to the wraparound chrome front bumper. It draws attention to the recessed front end that looks like it will inhale anything that gets in its way. Then again, most people (like Rosco P. Coltrane) only saw the exceptionally wide taillights of these Mopars as they rapidly pulled away.
A burnt orange interior is the last thing you'd expect to see on this car, which is kinda cool. After all, it's going to make people at the car show ask you what the original color arrangement was, and you can show them the fender tag with the rare correct EK2/C6K4 combination. Beyond just the color novelty, this will draw attention for being a thoroughly loaded car right from the factory. It has the high-back bucket seats with center console, and everything looks comprehensively original from the heater/defrost controls to the AM radio. There's plenty of '60s style luxury wood veneering on the dash, console, steering wheel, and of course, the iconic pistol grip shifter. Because you will be rowing through the gears, you'll appreciate the full gauge package, including a large tachometer next to the speedometer.
In a muscle car that 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 is the factory-correct powerplant for this car, and it just looks awesome in its period-correct dressings. Of course, in any other engine bay the orange block would be a wild standout color. Just in case you don't want to lift the hood, the dual exhaust gives this car a roar that warns others about the beastly motor. And you'll be able to uphold the king of the streets attitude thanks to the four-speed manual transmission and Super Track Pack rear end that has a 9.75 Dana 60 axle with 4.10 ratio - that's perfect for power takeoffs. And boy, a set of mirrors at the car show will show off how nice the underside is. But, also don't be afraid to take this coupe on the long trips thanks to front disc brakes and power steering.
It's getting harder and harder to find these factory high-spec big-block Chargers. This is the one that gives you everything you could want (even the owner's manual) for far less than the price of building or restoring a vintage Mopar for yourself. Call today!!