For sale in our Orlando showroom is a 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T SE. In the wide world of muscle cars there are a select few that can claim to be iconic, and we are privileged to be offering one of these vehicles in our showroom. In 1970 Chrysler billed the new Dodge as ??The most potent pony car ever?, and you would be hard pressed to prove them wrong. The example we have for sale is a very rare factory correct numbers matching frame off restoration. Our top banana yellow Challenger features the legendary Magnum 440 engine backed with the brute strength of a Torque Flight 727 transmission. There were only 733 of these vehicles made in the R/T SE package with 440 Magnum and 727 transmission making this unique car even more collectible. Attention to detail was meticulous in the restoration including factory correct stampings, decals, instruction sheets, and even little such as the maintenance hang tags make this Challenger look like it rolled off the dealership floor yesterday. Inside this icon all the original options were left un touched including the original AM only radio and leather seats. Full vin decoding sheet with the vehicle shows the amount of care that went into correctness of the restoration. In 1970 this Challenger could be the most well optioned example available complete with the A36 performance package which included the performance radiator, 7 blade fan, limited slip rear end, and hemi suspension package. This vehicle has a rich history not only for being one of the best muscle cars from a great era but was in England for 10 years showing the streets of the UK what true American horse power was about. It??s not very often you find a mopar of this quality and caliber and the numbers are getting lower and lower as the years roll on. For more information please call our Orlando showroom at (407)771-2000. To see more HD pictures and videos please visit us at GatewayClassicCars.com
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