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1970 DODGE CHALLENGER CUSTOM RACE CAR

Sale price: $26,063.00 make an offer

Price trends for this listing: $21,791.00

Car location: Rockledge, Florida, United States

Sale type: Fixed price listing

Technical specifications, photos and description:

Year:
1970
Engine:
426 hemi
Transmission:
4 speed
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1970 DODGE CHALLENGER CUSTOM RACE CAR for sale

Current customer rating: current rating for this car(2.15) based on 634 votes

All Out Chassis Race Car With Aluminum Panel Interior.

426 Hemi 4 Speed With Dana 60 Rear End.
Fiberglass Hood. Door. And Trunk.
Lexan Windows.
Quick Release Fiberglass.
Mickey Thompson Sportsman Tires With 4 Wheel Disc Brakes And Front Clip Center Line Wheels.
BDS 871 Blower With Twin 780 Dual Fuel Double Pumper.
Engine Set Up For Racing With A High Compression Motor And Requires Race Fuel.
Holly Carb Radiator And Engine Electrical Needs To Be Hooked Up. TTHIS VEHICLE BELONGED TO THE CURRENT OWNERS FATHER WHO RECENTLY PASSED AWAY – THIS MEANS ADDITIONAL INFORMATION WILL BE VERY DIFFICULT TO PROVIDE.

BUYER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR TRANSPORTION AND RELATED COSTS!!!

Everything Is Sold As Is.

Dodge's first Challenger was released into the muscle car market in 1970; it was called the 1970 Dodge Challenger. Chrysler Corporation's Dodge division launched two distinct automobiles under the Challenger title. The first one. the 1970 Challenger was a relatively late entrant into the pony car market. Highly inspired by the E-body design of Plymouth Barracuda. Dodge's first Challenger had two inches of extra wheel base. In terms of design. the Dodge Challenger was only marginally different from the Plymouth Barracuda. The outer frame was designed by Carl 'CAM' Cameron. who also designed Dodge's flagship car the 1966 Dodge Charger. The grille of the 1970 Challenger was inspired by Cameron's earlier designs for the Charger which was originally intended to contain a turbine engine.  The car was placed with a massive hood scoop on a fiberglass hood. The front and rear wheels of the car were fitted with 'megaphone' exhaust outlets along with front and rear sway bars to enhance handling. The car's standard equipment included front ground effect spoilers and ducktail spoiler. The taillamps ran all the way across the back of the car and the backup light was placed at the centre of the rear. The back up lights was later changed in the 1971 and 1972 Dodge Challengers. Today the 1970 Dodge Challenger is much sought after by the avid collectors. Car enthusiasts are willing to drop big dollar for a mint condition 1970 Dodge Challenger and even its parts. By the time production of Dodge Challengers ceased in 1974. over 165. 00 units had been sold. with over 80. 00 units sold in its first year itself.

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