|Year:||1970||Engine:||440CID V8 6-Pack @ 390HP|
|Make:||Dodge||Transmission:||727 Slap-Stick Automatic|
|Model:||Challenger||Rear Axle:||4.10:1 Dana Sure-Grip|
|Odometer:||81,500 Miles (Exempt)||Tire Size:||225/70/15 Front & 275/60/15 Rear|
|VIN:||JS23V0B******||Exterior Color:||Tor-Red/Hemi Orange (White Vinyl Top)|
|Condition Summary:||#1/Concours||Interior Color:||White|
Mopar's iconic Dodge Challenger arrived in 1970 with plenty of legroom and a never-ending list of options, which included nine different engines and five extra cost high-impact paint colors and three more to be added late in the model year. This fully restored example was factory equipped with some of the most desirable of those options.
Under the twin-scoop hood sits a 440CID 6-Pack engine, which produces 390HP, second only to the legendary Hemi. The slap-staick automatic transmission was optioned for drivers who wanted the fun of a stick and the ease of the automatic. To control the power, buyers had a list of options and packages to choose from. This car was optioned with the A32 package, which included power front disc brakes and the Dana 4.10:1 Sure-Grip Differential. Power steering was selected too, as were bucket seats, AM radio and console.
The high-impact Hemi-Orange (Tor-Red) paint was optioned along with the white vinyl roof and matching interior. The Magnum 500 chrome wheels are period correct but are larger than factory allowing the Challenger bigger and better rubber to grip the road with. Restored better than new with the trademark Six Pack rumble, this Challenger is sure to vanish soon.