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There's no sneaking around in a car like this, and why would you want to? There are cars here at RK Motors Charlotte that we celebrate for their subtlety, but this 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T definitely isn't one of them. This car is loud, brash, and in your face, and it's awesome.
First off, this is a genuine, 100% matching-numbers R/T with a V-code 440 Six Pack, 4-speed manual transmission, and A34 Super Track Dana rear packed with 4.10 gears. We get a lot of performance cars through the shop here, and statistically, it's somewhat less common for cars with 4.10 gears to be numbers-matching. It's no secret how these cars were used, and the 4.10 cars were built to race. But you're in luck on this one it seems to have led a fairly easy life compared to some of its brothers. Everything is intact, present, and accounted for with no signs of abuse, alteration, or racing in its past.
Subject to an extensive and expensive nut-and-bolt restoration several years ago, this Challenger R/T still shows extremely well. The correct badges are all in place, the paint has been wet sanded and buffed to well beyond the factory standards, and the spotless white top is tight and wrinkle-free. It was obviously fully disassembled and that gorgeous red paint covers every nook and cranny in a way that a re-spray just can't duplicate. The glass is all of the original tinted glass installed when it was new. Even the door hinges are flawless, smooth, and shiny. All the rubber weather-stripping has been replaced and the doors close with a solid thunk, indicative of a tight, un-abused car.
The engine compartment is fully detailed, sporting the correct decals, tags, and markings. The Hemi Orange paint on the engine looks fresh, and even the Exhaust manifolds are still clean and rust-free, indicating very little driving since it was rebuilt. It fires up on the first try and settles into a perfect idle someone did a fantastic job getting this engine to run right and it should be a fantastic cruiser if you decide to put it on the road (and who wouldn't?).
Underneath, the suspension was also restored to show-winning standards and remains 99% flawless. Again, there's no indication that any significant miles have been put on this car since restoration. The floors are glossy and straight without any undercoating hiding the original sheet-metal, the suspension components have been correctly refinished, and the 235/60/15 radials on those great-looking Rallye wheels are virtually new. As I said, this car has only been used enough to keep it fresh and tight since restoration.
The interior is just spectacular. White interiors can sometimes be overpowering, but this one has the black carpet, dash, and console, which anchors everything and gives it great contrast. It's all-new, too, with fresh seat padding, door panels, carpeting, and headliner. The original AM radio works perfectly, including the rear speaker, and there's that little light on the dash that tells you when you're in reverse. The trunk features a new mat, a correct inflatable space-saver spare and jack, and is fully detailed, right down to the latch hardware.
This is exactly the kind of car that we like to call a fun investment. As a numbers-matching, 440 6-pack, 4-speed car, it's got a pedigree that automatically makes it more valuable than a majority of its siblings. It has had a high-quality professional restoration that you couldn't duplicate for the asking price. And best of all, it has already been sorted out and is ready to be enjoyed. This is a car you can put on the road with confidence, knowing that it drives as good as it looks, and that it will continue to appreciate in years to come.
1970 Dodge Challenger R/T $44,900.00
True (JS) R/T, factory (X9) black, factory black vinyl interior, black
vinyl top, white tail stripe, matching numbers 440 ci engine, factory
Pistol Grip 4 speed manual transmission, Holley dual feed 4 bbl, factory
intake manifold, headers, 6 pack breather, electronic ignition, Mopar
radiator with shroud, bucket seats with console, factory Hurst Pistol Grip
shiftier, factory Rally dash with functional tach & clock, Flowmaster dual
Exhaust with chrome chrome tips,
factory Dana 60 4.11 Sure Grip rear end, 235/60R15 BF Goodrich Belted TA
tires, 15" Mopar Rally wheels, Shaker hood, Same Owner Since 1989, 51,000
original miles, Rare Mopar Muscle, Collector Quality!
1970 Dodge Challenger R/T rotisserie restoration for sale
1970 Dodge Challenger R/T hardtop, Showroom ready, B5 bright blue metallic,
rotisserie restoration, 383, console, buckets, auto, PS, with original
fender tag. Everything new, re-plated or rebuilt; including motor, trans,
3.55-1 rear, Exhaust, brakes, wiring,
electronics, complete suspension, chrome, stainless, lenses/bezels, fuel
tank, battery, tires, complete interior, bolts, screws, clips etc. All
finished in bc/cc including motor, Trans, suspension and floor. Get more
get more details at www.zautorebuilders.com
1970 DODGE CHALLENGER RT 440 MAGNUM 4 SPD
ONE OF, IF NOT THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER MUSCLE CAR ON THE PLANET... THIS VERY
FINE 1970 DODGE CHALLENGER R/T 440 MAGNUM. SHE'S GOT A A833 4 SPEED TRANNY
AND A SURE GRIP 355 REAR END... EVERYTHING HAS BEEN REBUILT... THE ENGINE
COLOR CAME OUT WEIRD IN THE CAMCORDER AND THE AUDIO ALSO SOUNDS LIKE THERE
IS A KNOCK IN THE ENGINE... JUST THE CAM CORDER... ENJOY! ENGINE WAS
BLUEPRINTED TO FACTORY ORIGINAL SPECS... THIS CAR IS NOT PERFECT, BUT WHO
GIVES A RAT'S ASS!
1970 Dodge Challenger 440 V8 Sublime Green Mopar Muscle Car
I thought you'd like a look at this very clean 1970 Dodge Challenger. Named
to "challenge" anyone on the street, this Dodge debuted in 1970 and became
an instant classic. Under the hood, you will find a powerhouse of nostalgic
engineering, a 440 CID V8 wedge engine. These engines are known for their
power but are not as hyped as the popular Hemi. The transmission is a stout
727 TorqueFlite automatic which has been known to handle up to 550 horsepower. The exterior
of the car is the factory Sublime Green color that it had in 1970. The
interior is comprised of new black vinyl and looks very clean. The interior
matches the vinyl top on the exterior of the car. The car was completely
restored in 2007 and looks amazing. Before the epoxy paint the car was
taken all the way down to bare metal. We even place mirrors along the
underside of the car in our showroom to highlight the craftsmanship. The
440 engine has been bored .030 over and offers a mild camshaft and 2 1/2
inch stainless steel Exhaust. I hope
you find it interesting, thanks for taking a look!
Filmed at Gateway Classic Cars near St. Louis, MO
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
electric piano. 011
Bouncy, Grooving 2010
1969 Hemi Dodge Charger R/T - For Sale
1969 Dodge Charger R/T w/426 Hemi making 425 hp. 4-speed, Dana 60 Track
Pack. All original sheet metal. Recently Rotisserie restored.
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Delivery of my dad's 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A
This is an amateur video.
The car my dad had in 1987 when he passed away. I was only a year old. I
found the car in Japan and purchased it to bring it home. It had been in
Japan since 1993. Purchased on 1/24/13, arrival in MO on 3/8/2013.
132699 / 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28
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You wouldn't believe the number of E-mails and comments we get from people
looking through the showroom, all of them saying how beautiful the cars are
but lamenting that they're all "too nice to drive." Well, their prayers are
answered with this 1969 Camaro Z/28.
Yes, this is an original code 76 Daytona Yellow car, and the modern 2-stage
paint with black SS stripes looks spectacular on the '69 Camaro sheet-metal, but you can
see that for yourself. The paint and bodywork is professionally done and
shows well, but it's not the kind of paint you're going to need to rub with
a diaper or worry every time you see dark clouds in the sky. Gaps are
decent all around, with acceptable fit from the cowl-induction hood and
ducktail spoiler out back. The stripes were painted on, as is the fashion
these days, and everything is buried under a coat of clear to make waxing
it a snap.
Despite the decals and other accurate items throughout the engine bay, the
power-plant in this F-body isn't a high-revving 302, but a potent 350 crate
motor. However, that doesn't mean that it has to look like a crate motor -
in addition to the 302 decal on the correct cowl-induction air cleaner,
there are correct hoses and clamps, and the entire engine has been bathed
in a coat of vintage Chevy Orange paint. The valve covers are correct
ribbed aluminum pieces that have been polished until they shine like
chrome, and you can be forgiven if you thought this was a real Z/28. Of
course, one of the tipoffs is the A/C compressor mounted on the driver's
side, a modern unit that works flawlessly, and whose lines are hidden down
low for a clean appearance in the engine bay. Long tube headers feed a true
dual Exhaust system that barks and
snarls like an original might have, but makes more horsepower.
Underneath, you'll find a chassis that's been restored and upgraded for the
road. Up front, a modern steering system makes this car feel and track like
a 2011 Camaro. The
owner reports that he tried several different combinations of springs and
spindles to get exactly the ride height he wanted, and when you look at
this car's aggressive, yet not slammed stance, you'll know it was time and
money well spent. The floors have been patched here and there, but no
wholesale replacement was needed. And while you're looking around under
there, you'll undoubtedly notice that the transmission is not the familiar
Muncie 4-speed, but a modern Tremec TKO 5-speed. The Exhaust system is a true dual setup featuring
2.5-inch pipes and aggressive Flowmaster mufflers, and out back there's a
bulletproof 12-bolt rear with 3.36 gears.
Personally, I think the houndstooth interior is extremely neat. It might be
hard to describe it to someone who has never seen it, but in person it's
pure '60s cool. The seat covers are new and the correct pattern, which was
used in the 1969 pace cars in addition to being a regular production option
on all Camaros. The
carpets and headliner are also recently installed, and the 5-speed shifter
sprouting from an original GM console looks right at home. The A/C features
an electronic control system with a remote that allows for an infinitely
variable fan speed and it blows ice cold, even on the hottest days here in
North Carolina. The dash and gauges appear original and in very good
condition, with the only notable flaws being in the chrome plated plastic
rings around the gauges. And speaking of gauges, a quartet of
original-style auxiliary gauges have been installed on the console, but
feature white faces instead of the original black for a modern twist on a
classic design. A "Retro Radio" features a 10-disc CD changer so you don't
have to deal with whatever they're playing on AM these days.
So no more messages about cars that are "too nice to drive"; one rip
through all five gears - where you'll find yourself somewhere north of 130
MPH - will convince you that the street is where this Z/28 tribute belongs.