Dodge first introduced its Challenger model for the 1970 year, and it was available in base model and the high-performance Challenger R/T (Road/Track) edition. Cars Remember When is excited to offer this custom 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T Restomod. This show-stopping Mopar is believed to have just 223 miles on the clock.
With 3 years and an estimated $160,000 invested in a professional rotisserie restoration, the body of this vintage Challenger is in show-worthy shape with laser straight body panels. The body of the car is blanketed in a glossy black finish with contrasting blue accents with an airbrushed Super Bee gracing its rear quarter panels. Further adding aggressive muscle car aesthetic are Boyd Hot Rod wheels (18-inch front, 20-inch rear) wrapped with Nitto Motivo rubber. Other highlights include Kindigit door handles, all-new glass, power steering, and custom headlights flaunting an etched Super Bee logo.
Plenty of power is on tap thanks a 512cui stroker equipped with aluminum heads, Comp Cams roller camshaft, and a Holley Sniper EFI. Additional rumble and performance come from TTI headers and a dual exhaust setup. All power is shifted down to a Detroit Tru-Trac rear differential via a 5-speed manual transmission. Stopping is provided by Wilwood disc brakes on all four corners, and it handles beautifully thanks to a Hotchkis suspension, steering, shocks, and tubular upper and lower control arms. With all of the performance options installed on the car, it can easily make over 500-horsepower with its current setup.
Open the doors to a custom interior by JS Customs with black vinyl bucket seats. More features include a wrapped dashboard, custom gauges, 5-speed pistol grip shifter, custom blue LED lighting, cold air conditioning by Vintage Air, and a custom stereo.
If you're in the market for a '70 Dodge Challenger with plenty of show and go, then look no further than this beautiful example offered by Cars Remember When. The car is listed at $98,499, but feel free to make them a solid offer.
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