1970 Dodge

Challenger SOLD



1970 Dodge Challenger

Introduced in fall 1969 for the 1970 model year, the Challenger was one of two Chrysler E-body cars, the other being the slightly smaller Plymouth Barracuda. Positioned to compete against the Mercury Cougar and Pontiac Firebird in the upper end of the pony car market segment, it was "a rather late response" to the Ford Mustang, which debuted in April 1964. Even so, Chrysler intended the new Challenger as the most potent pony car ever, and like the less expensive Barracuda, it was available in a staggering number of trim and option levels, and with virtually every engine in Chrysler's inventory.

For consignment, a stunning mostly original 1970 Challenger R/T, and it has the big block 440ci V8, an added on 6-Pack set up, 4-speed manual transmission, the R/T stripe and bathed in Hemi Orange. Adding into all that excitement is the fact that this car is also a Track Pak package car. Muscle cars just don't get much better than this!
The coke bottle design can be seen at its finest with this car with bulging fenders and a straight door in the center with a thin front end and pinched long oval grille with dual headlights. Hemi Orange paint, and R/T black stripe kit is on, and the vinyl top is showing in black and sports the larger rear glass window. On the hood is a wide satin black stripe over the orange and highlighting a dual “whale nostril” hood opening. Nice chrome trimmings for the rocker and wheel wells and the window surrounds. Bumpers are nicely preserved and shiny, as are the hood pins and deep inset black egg crate grille. R/T badges on the front grille, and rear deck, and within the stripe in knockout form. Perched upon the trunk lid is a glossy black Go Wing. A “pinched” rear houses the horizontal tail lighting that stretches across the rear and is framed in the bottom by a nice shiny bumper. On the rear orange roll pan are dual rectangular tailpipes tipped in chrome. Rally wheels with deep dish trim rings are wrapped in BF Goodrich raised white lettered Radial TA rubber.

A swing of the doors and we've turned on the way back machine Sherman, to 1970 where black molded vinyl and plastic form the panels for the doors. A wood centered appliqué complete with the “Fratzog” badge and shiny cranks and actuator paddles. The simplistic high back buckets and rear bench make up the seating, and this is black vinyl with some tuck and roll stitched areas throughout the seats. A faux wood rimmed original steering wheel fronts the dash and is original in its looks and condition. A grouping of round gauges is within the dash front and all floating in a field of wood appliqué. Noted with the R/T the optional tachometer is installed. The original AM radio is present and a set of aftermarket gauges hang below the dash to monitor engine vitals. Lest I forget, a center console races rearward from the bottom of the dash on the hump and sports the angled wood handled Hurst pistol grip shifter and a glovebox. Clean fade free black carpeting and a tight smooth blackl headliner complete this nicely done interior.

Under the hood in the Hemi orange painted engine bay sits a numbers matching 440ci big block engine, (casting number 2536430-9, 8-8-69, and proper vin stamping), with an orange Edelbrock intake and valve covers. A Hemi Orange air cleaner cover sporting its stickers is atop and filters air for the added on Six Pack intake and carburetors. A numbers matching 4-speed manual A833 is on the back. Putting all this power to the ground is the correct for a Track Pak car Dana 60 rear axle assembly weighing in at a 3.54 ratio along with Sure Grip.

Appearing restored with nice black undercoating covering all surfaces with no rust or even road dirt. All structurally sound under here. Drum brakes are all around, and a nice clean rust-free exhaust system with Dynomax mufflers snakes its way rearward from the engine attached to the original no rust manifolds. For the suspension front torsion bars are on and on the back, leaf springs.

This 440ci big block fired right up, and ran smoothly. Wonderfully endless acceleration and the manual transmission slipped smoothly into each corresponding gear. Handling was good, and a comfortable cruise can be had on the highway with this car.

Very well preserved, and anything that was not, has been expertly restored or replaced. All nooks and crannies, corners and panels, and the interior present as excellent for this R/T original. Let's go for another spin and spin the tires!

S-Special Price Class
23-2 Door Hardtop
U-440ci V8 4bbl
B-Hamtramck, MI Assy Plant
124715-Sequential Unit Number

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Engine Size
440 Six-Pack
Fuel Specification
92/93 Octane
Engine Type
Transmission Type
4 Speed Manual


Body Color
Hemi Orange
Body Style


Interior Color
Seating Type
Buckets With Console
Seat Material
Shifter Type

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