Up for sale we have a 1970 Dodge Challenger. This ride is new from the top to the bottom. At the time of the resto it was pulled down to the bare hull and underwent a meticulous restoration. Very little metal work was needed on this factory Big Block car. When you look down the sides of this car its the definition of laser straight with all the gaps being correct. When you look at the bottom of the quarter panels it has all the correct pinch welds and no signs of body filler. It has the correct spoiler front and rear as well as the Shaker Hood and Pins. It has the dual Chrome Mirrors and the Quick Release Fuel Cap. The body is covered in the Lime Gold Paint Paint that is accented by the Black RT Stripe and Black Vinyl Top. The final touch is the set of stock Rallye Wheels with a new set of BFG Tires. Everything on the inside is done in black and is all new. The Bucket Seats are correct as well as the console and shifter. Also it has the Wood Grain Trim that really pulls the interior scheme together. When you look at the dash it has the factory gauges that are all working from the Tach to the clock. Also, it has the stock push button radio. When you pop the hood you will see it is Super Nice with all the inne fenders and firewall being correct. The engine is a race prepared 383 that has 525 HP and is mated to a 727 Torque Flite Trans with an 8 Rear End. The exhaust flows through coated headers and the stock style muffler with the correct tips. To keep it cool it has a Heavy Duty Radiator. This is a Factory AC car that also has Power Steering and Power Disc Brakes. The pulleys were upgrade to Serpentine Belt System. The bottom of this Dodge looks new with all new brake lines, fuel lines, and parking brake cables If we can help you in any way with questions or a specific picture, you can call our office at (865)988-8088. Or feel free to call Daniel at (423) 807 0600, Devvin at (865) 256 2366, or you can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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