Competing with the likes of the Mustang and the Camaro, the Challenger is one of the most memorable cars that have always adorned the walls of automotive enthusiasts throughout its three generations. Built using components of the Plymouth Barracuda, the Dodge Charger became a highly desirable vehicle from its first generation thanks to its great performance and power. This particular Challenger is from the first generation and features the lauded 440 Magnum Six Pack engine. The current owner reports that the numbers match the vehicle and that the car comes with a few enhancements, including a new performance exhaust system and ignition. With 48,981 miles recorded on the clock, this car has proven its longevity and is more than capable of lapping up many more miles on the road in the future, and you could be a part of it, too, if you claim this beautiful specimen for yourself.
Decked in an eye-catching Purple Plum Crazy exterior paint, this 1970 Dodge Challenger is dressed to impress. Two white lines stretch from front to back on either side of this vehicle, following the straightforward yet assertive aura that the car projects. The wide grille at the front adds to the aggressive feel of the car's aesthetic, setting up a great silhouette with a commanding road presence. The Challenger R/T branding is present and unabashed, as is the 440 Sixpack logo on the hood along the scoop. Stepping inside, you will find yourself in a black interior space that has preserved the vintage air of this 1970s Challenger well. From the upholstered black headliner and the leather interior to the original radio player, this Challenger is a great space to be in, especially if you have wanted to be in a space that is analog, tactile and more connected.
Sporting a massive 440ci (7.2L) V8, this massive engine came with its highest output version with an intake setup that has three two-barrel Holley Carburetors, earning it the moniker 'Six Pack.' This massive engine, fresh out of the factory, was able to produce up to 390bhp, a staggering amount of power that put the Challenger on the map. All this power made its way to the rear wheels through an automatic transmission and could be under your command should you claim this automobile for yourself.
1970 Dodge Challenger R/T 440 Six Pack
440ci V8 with 3 2-Barrell Carburetors
3-Speed TorqueFlight Automatic Transmission
Plum Crazy Exterior
Original Radio Player
Original Vintage Air
New Performance Exhaust
New MSD Performance Ignition System
Upholstered Black Leather Interior
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