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1970 Dodge Challenger 440 RT Six Pack Tribute

$87,990 Or Best Offer

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Big Black Angry 501 Cubic Inch BIG-BLOCK MONSTER!

This American Muscle Machine is has had No Expense Spared in relation to it’s running gear and goes like a BAT out of HELL!

Originally built in December 1969 at the Michigan plant USA as a 318, 2 barrel V8 Challenger in Bronze.(VIN: JH23G0B213037)

J – Dodge Challenger

H – High

23 – two-door hardtop

G –  V8 318 1-2bbl

0 – 1970

B – Hamtrack, MI USA


After much time & $$’s spent it is now as follows:
  • New Black interior (seats, door trims, carpet hoodliner etc, etc)                                                       0.
  • New Black paintwork
  • RT Badging
  • Battery relocated to the boot
  • Shaker bonnet and engine scoop
  • 501 Big Block Stroker Motor (605 Horsepower @5500 RPM
  • Steel Forged Crank
  • H-Beam Rods with ARP Rod Bolts
  • Forged Flat-Top Pistons
  • Millings High Volume Oil pump
  • Solid Cam and lifters
  • Comp cam double row timing chain
  • Stainless Steel Bronze bushed rocker cover arms
  • Edelbrock RPM Head with ARP Stud Bolts
  • Intake System 440 6 Pack with all linkages included
  • MSD Ignition
  • High performance stainless steel exhaust and headers
  • Rebuilt 4 Speed with 11 inch Hemi Clutch with Hurst Shifter
  • New DANA Rear end with Positrac
  • New Brakes front and back
  • Rebuilt front suspension
  • Lowered Suspension
  • New HEMI Leaf springs with Cal-Trac System
  • New Gas tank and Sender unit
  • New Interior
  • New Dash, wiring and calibrated gauges
  • Huge File of ALL Receipts is included with the car including it’s State of California Certificate of Title
  • And the list goes on and on etc, etc.


For more information and or photos please call Chester on 0414239028



1970 Dodge Challenger Overview

1970 Dodge Challenger


A man speeds through the western highways of the U.S., pursued by angry cops, hitchhikers, and naked women on motorbikes. It’s the “Fast and the Furious” of its generation, a B-movie ode to fast muscle cars and the men who love them. The film is 1971’s “Vanishing Point.” The car is the 1970 Dodge Challenger.

The 2-door 1970 Dodge Challenger came in both hard-top and convertible models. It was built on a Plymouth Barracuda platform, but had a two-inch longer wheelbase. Two trims were available, base and R/T (Road/Track), both of which could be paired with an SE package, which included leather seats and a smaller rear window.

Depending on your need for speed, a slew of engine choices ranged from the 225 Slant-6, 145 bhp to the 440 V8 and racecar-like 426 Hemi, rated at 425 bhp. The optional 440 engine had a 4-barrel Magnum with 375 bhp or a tri-carb Six-Pack with 390 bhp. The most desirable versions of the 1970 Challenger, both the 440s and Hemis came with either a 3-speed TorqueFlite automatic or an optional 4-speed manual with pistol-grip shifter. The standard model R/T featured a 383 engine and had two hood scoops, which could be substituted with a “shaker” scoop, so called because of its vibrating motion when the car was moving.

In 1970 only, Dodge released a street version of its race car. Called the T/A (TransAm), it featured a Six-Pack version of the 340 5.6-liter engine with a humongous hood scoop, dual exhausts in front of the rear tires, sway bars, heavy-duty suspension, and the innovative different-sized wheels in front and back. A rear ducktail spoiler and three striping options (rear, side or none at all) enhanced the race car image. It got about 350 bhp and made a quarter-mile in 14 seconds.

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Model:Challenger R/T
Body Style:Coupe
Price:$87,990 Or Best Offer
Exterior Color:Black
Interior Color:Black
VIN Number:JH23GDB213037
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