Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando is proud to present this car you have been waiting for, a 1970 Dodge Challenger TA. With a 340 CID V8 Six Pack topped with three, two-barrel carburetors. This Challenger TA for sale has been owned by the same person for the last 24 years. The engine is the original numbers matching engine and was rebuilt in 2005 according to the consignor. If you wanted a new Challenger TA in 1970 and did not buy one, now is your second chance, do not miss this chance! This 1970 Challenger TA for sale is Green and is split by a sinister black strip down the side that start with the infamous words 340 Six Pack. Under the factory black fiberglass snorkel hood, you will find the heart of this beast nestled between the fenders. This muscular Mopar can twist the tachometer to its breaking point in mere seconds and is backed by arguably the best transmission of its time the 727 torque flite. This combination is barely controlled by the gas pedal under your right foot and the "slap stick" shifter in your right hand. Slipping behind the steering wheel is like slipping back in time. The high back bucket seats, large steering wheel and center console are bench marks of the �70's. As your eyes wander over the interior of this car you have to wonder if it was placed in a vacuum sealed container in 1970. This '70 Challenger TA for sale will be the start of any garage or collection and the envy of anyone you drive by!! Options for this 1970 Challenger include: Power brakes, Power steering, seat belts and sports vinyl interior. Raised white letter tires wrap around rally rims. For more information please call the Orlando Florida showroom at (407)771-2000 or e-mail us at Orlando@GatewayClassicCars.com See more at: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/orlando/1970/dodge/challenger-S661.html
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