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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 RT SE 440 V8 Shaker Hood Mopar Muscle Car - Start up and Idle
This 1970 Dodge Challenger RT/SE 2 Door Hardtop has a 440c.i. 4BBL Magnum
V8 (E86), Automatic (727 Torque Flite) Transmission, (D32), 8 3/4 Rear w/
3.55 Gear Ratio, Power Disc Brakes (B51), Power Steering, AM Thumb Dial
Radio, Aluminum Radiator, MSD Ignition, Dual Outside Race Mirrors (G31)
(G33), Seat Belts, Buckets/Console (C16) (C55) w/ Overhead Console (C26),
Rallye Dash (A62) w/ Tach (M85), Dual Exhaust (N41) w/ Chrome Tips (N42), Hood Tie
Down Pins (J45), Shaker Hood, Go Wing, Rallye Wheels w/ Radial Tires,
Correct Top Banana Exterior (Paint Code-FY1), Black Vinyl Interior (Trim
Code-H5X9), Black Vinyl Roof (V1X), L.A. Built Car, Cowl Tag, Beautifully
Restored! Runs Great! In Galen Govier Registry, Extremely Well Optioned
Car! Rare Classic Challenger RT/SE...Only 3,979 Produced in 1970!! Thanks
for checking it out!
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
457HP 1970 Dodge Challenger 440-6 pack Convertible TEST DRIVE FOR SALE flemings ultimate garage
'70 Dodge Challenger R/T 440-pack convertible , Rebuilt 440-6pack V8
factory under rated @390hp, now Dynos @457 rear wheel horsepower! HD 4 speed
manualTrans, factory 8 ¾ Sure Grip (posi) rear diff, mirror finish Plum
Crazy Purple paint w/white bumble bee stripe & callouts, new white
convertible top w/matching boot, powerdisc brakes, fast ratio power
steering, factory fresh air air cleaner, correct 15" Rally wheels w/fresh
BFG radial T/A's, Great sounding Hooker headers & Flowmaster dualExhaust, w/ correct bumper exit tips, Dynamat
floors & firewall, frame connectors, professionally reproduced & restored.
Documented with a thick folder full of receipts & original owner's manual.
Great driving, very fast, collectable Mopar!
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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!
SLANT 6 Mopar or No Car!
Mopars and very attractive women.....Mopars Kicking ASS! What more can you
If you like what you hear, come and visit me at CDBaby!
In case anyone is curious, yes, I've owned tons of Mopar products! There
is a SRT4 in my driveway right now. I've had Coronet R/T's, Challenger RT,
Demon's, 300's, SRT8's, I love em all! And I have no problem with other
cool Musclecars. I even own a Buick with a V6 that is fairly
quick......However....I loves me Mother Mopar!
I'm back in the old school! I have a "NEW" 70 Coronet R/T! Burnt
Orange/White interior numbers matching, bla bla bla bla!!! Will post pics
of it in my new Mopar song. Yeah, I'm doing another one, yeah I'm corny!
Actually 2 tunes. One, I penned back in the mid 80's called Red Light. It
was about my 69 R/T.
132623 / 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 RS
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This awesome 1968 Camaro Z/28 RS has been nicely
restored to a very high standard. The bodywork is straight enough to make
the black paint look dazzling, the body gaps are exact, and the white
stripes are the perfect visual warning to complement the Z's performance
potential. Gaps are excellent all around, and the ductail spoiler gives it
just the right attitude. The paint itself is two-stage urethane, so it will
look this good practically forever if you take care of it, and the finish
is so deep it looks like you could dive in and swim in it. And I especially
like that the restorer kept to the original menu, and didn't add things
like the ubiquitous cowl induction hood, which really has no place on a
valuable car like a Z/28.
Under the hood, however, things get a little more interesting. Since the
original 302 was long gone, a robust ZZ430 crate motor was installed,
upping the horsepower rating by 140
compared to the stock 290.. Now displacing 350 cubic inches, it uses GM
Fast Burn cylinder heads and a HOT cam that was developed for showroom
stock racing. A dual plane intake with a 750 CFM Holley double pumper feeds
the fuel, and an MSD ignition system lights the fire. Stock Exhaust manifolds keep it civilized and
reasonably stock-appearing under the hood, and help make maintenance a
breeze. Everything is nicely detailed, with bright finishes and no trace of
leaks or abuse anywhere.
The only transmission you could get with your Z/28 was a 4-speed Muncie
M20, and that's what still lives behind the high-winding small block. Out
back, a rugged 12-bolt rear with 3.73 gears is this car's original
differential, as verified by Jerry MacNeish himself. The extremely clean
chassis is fresh off the rotisserie, with correctly finished components
throughout. Most obvious is the original style chambered Exhaust system, which not only sounds amazing,
but probably frees up a few extra horsepower as Chevy
intended. Correct Rally wheels wearing reproduction Goodyear Wide Tread GT
bias-ply tires give it a 1968 showroom fresh look.
Black buckets were the right choice in this black Z, and the interior
remains in excellent condition throughout. Only the driver's seat shows
some slight signs of use, but otherwise the new seat covers, fresh carpets,
and reproduction door panels are just as fresh as they were when the
restoration was completed. A correct RS steering wheel with aluminum spokes
gives you uninterrupted views of the rebuilt gauges, and the factory AM
radio remains in the dash. In back, the trunk has been correctly finished
with spatter paint, a new mat, and a full-sized spare with jack assembly.
This car comes with a full package of information from Jerry MacNeish,
fully documenting this car and all its options, which verify it as a real
Z/28. It also includes a warranty card with Protect-O-Plate, and a
certificate of authenticity.
With the prices of matching-numbers Z/28s rapidly closing in on
six-figures, that will obviously move them into the "too nice to drive"
category. But if you're the kind of guy who believes in putting his
hardware on the road, in the feel of a perfectly executed downshift, and
the banshee wail of a powerful small block, then this exceptionally clean
and diabolically fast Z/28 is a bargain. Call, click or visit
RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this Z/28.
132662 / 1996 Chevrolet Caprice Classic
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With just 8,784 original miles, this 1996 Caprice Classic is the equivalent
of an Impala SS, but much more unusual.
Ordered new by an 86 year old lady and maintained until her recent death at
age 102, this car carries all of the important options, including the
5.7-liter V8. Apparently she wanted an Impala SS, but didn't want bucket
seats and a console, so she scanned the order form and built her own
As with all the low-mileage cars RK Motors Charlotte features, the highest
praise we can give this one is that it is as-new in virtually every way.
When we talk about restorations, they are inevitably better than new in
every way, but original cars are special. There's no bodywork required, no
fresh paint on any of the panels, and everything fits the way it did when
the guys at the factory put it together. The paint is amazingly nice, and
white looks pretty darned good on this big cars body contrasting nicely
with the black window treatments and stainless steel grille.
The Caprice Classic was available with a V6, but the top motor was the
Corvette-derived 5.7 liter LT1, which, in this application made 260 horsepower. One look under
the hood is all you'll need to be convinced that this is a low-mileage
original car. All the original equipment is intact, including the engine
cover up top, which is often the first thing unscrupulous mechanics toss
while doing maintenance work. The bottles for the radiator and windshield
washer fluid (which are HUGE, by the way) are still clear and white, not
yellowed and discolored by age and heat. The belts, hoses, plugs and wires
are most likely still the original equipment. There's simply nothing more
reliable than a small block Chevy, and these LT1s routinely last longer
than 250,000 miles before needing major service.
The transmission is GM's rugged and dependable 4L60E 4-speed automatic, and
it works perfectly. Out back a set of 2.93 gears on a limited slip
differential help the Caprice deliver on its EPA estimated 26 MPG on the
highway and make it a highly relaxed cruiser. Like the engine bay,
everything is original and in remarkably good condition, from the floors
and frame, to the suspension and brakes, which all feel like brand new. The
original Exhaust system has no leaks
and has a healthy, albeit subdued; rumble that suggests some pretty serious
blasting powder is available under the hood. This car does carry the
optional $550 Sport Suspension, which upgraded the standard Caprice to
Impala SS specifications for a little more precision on the road. The car
currently wears aftermarket aluminum five spoke wheels that feature
gunmetal gray paint, machined aluminum lips and 235/70/15 BF Goodrich Long
Trail radials. However, if you're a stickler for authenticity, the cars
original aluminum alloy turbine wheels that came standard with the Special
Value Caprice Sedan Package 3 are included with the sale.
The main reason this car is a Caprice Classic and not an Impala SS is
inside, where the original owner insisted on a leather-lined bench instead
of the Impalas standard buckets. Nicely preserved and showing hardly any
wear at all, this Caprices interior is a plush environment that has legroom
galore. If you're the sort of guy who complains about new cars being too
small, well, here's your ride. And all the power goodies are included, like
power windows, locks, seats, as well as A/C and a moderately good factory
stereo system. The gauges are a combination of analog and digital
instruments that were cool in the 90s and still function well today. Wood
trim is reasonably realistic looking, and covers parts of the dash and door
panels to give the Caprice an upscale feel. This was, after all, Chevy's
top-of-the-line sedan. In back, there's enough room for the starting front
line of an NBA team to get comfortable, and it doesn't look like anyone has
ever spent any time back there; it's new in every way.
With all the hardware that makes an Impala SS so cool, plus the updated
quarter panels and windows that got rid of the odd Caprice styling, this
essentially new 1996 Caprice Classic a slam-dunk!
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2010 Dodge Challenger R/T Review, Walkaround, Exhaust, Test Drive
Quite literally like driving a time machine, Dodge's reintroduced
Challenger can draw quite a few stares out on the road despite being in
it's fifth model year. We think it could benefit from a substantial weight
reduction and more playful handling, while retaining it's comfy ride and