1970 Dodge Challenger R/T
A beautiful example of a 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T 440 that was born red with black interior and with air conditioning. This is a stunning rotisserie restoration with all the original sheet metal. As the VIN indicates this car is a true R/T 440 that was built on Tuesday, October 21, 1970 in Los Angeles, CA. This is a fresh show quality restoration completed by a true Mopar builder and enthusiast. It was truly a labor of love. Everything was restored according to the E-body manual. It only has test miles since competition. The body is very straight with excellent gaps. As the fender tag indicates the original exterior color code is FE2 which is red. The beautiful red paint is ocean deep. The rear spoiler was added to improve the appearance. It has the following codes V21 hood blackout, G33 and G31 LH/RH remote mirrors, J25 3-speed wipers and M21 drip moldings. The car sits on the correct 14" Rally wheels and Goodyear Polyglas F70 tires. The exterior is complimented with the original color black interior which is Code H6X9. It has the following codes N85 tachometer, R11 AM radio, A62 Rally gauges, C16 console and C55 bucket seats. The highly detailed engine compartment is stunning and very correct right down to the factory markings and Mopar battery. It houses a date coded 440 V8 that has been completely rebuilt. Originally it had code E86 440 4 barrel, 26 radiator, N95 emissions and H51 air conditioning. The engine is coupled with a D32 727 automatic. It also has N41 dual exhaust, N42 dual exhaust tips and B51 power disc brakes. The trunk compartment is very detailed and correct. The undercarriage is also very detailed and correct right down to the factory markings.