1970 Dodge Charger R/T Could be Yours


There are some out there that just have the cash for it. If you're one of those lucky ones, they maybe you should take a look at the 1970 Dodge Charger. The 1970 Charger was undoubtedly, the last of the classics. This car even came in some great colors, like Panther Pinki, Top Banana, and this one that's featured, the Sub Lime. It's been fully restored and has the original Chrysler build sheet.

The paint job is immaculate and glossier than the old original, and the panel gaps are now linear and precise. The black vinyl interior has also been complete re-done, including the door panels and gauge cluster. The power under the hood, the car's original 7.2-liter Magnum V8 is re-built and now displaces 8.1-liters. The price for this green colored monster is a cool $79,900. Not too bad if you take the workmanship into account.

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