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With a survivor-level style and distinct factory-correct color combo, this 1970 Dodge Challenger is already exceptionally appealing. And when you see that this real-deal T/A has its numbers-matching 340 with a six-pack, you'll realize this is one irresistible Mopar.
The look of this car is terrific for a survivor. The Light Blue Metallic paint shows all the right signs of being the factory application. It gives off a good shine for a well-kept look, but overall, the paint and body have the right blemishes to tell the story of a car that has survived for half of a century. The same complete and matured appearance goes for brightwork pieces like the bumpers, hood pins, and those iconic 15-inch Mopar Rallye wheels. And what's really great about a survivor Mopar are all those aggressive elements in satin black. The hood treatment highlights the lightweight fiberglass setup and the massive ram air openings. The complete set of black R/T stripes accents the curvaceous rear end sheet metal, and the full rear spoiler offers a menacing finishing touch.
While the exterior looks great, don't be too surprised if people gravitate toward the interior. The factory-correct blue has an electric-level hue that could have only come from the '70s. It's a distinct setup that even has blue cloth inserts. You will find some wear and discoloration that has happened over the last 52 years, but just like the exterior, it helps give this unique coupe its earned character. And while a rare muscle car would be worth restoring, we can't help but love the stock style, right down to the details, like the working dome light, space-saver tire in the trunk, wood-like trim, and even the illumination behind the Rallye gauges still work. And these readouts are part of a driver-oriented setup with the three-spoke sports steering wheel, high-back front bucket seats, and contoured center console with a Slap Stick shifter.
Numbers matching makes Mopar fans weak in the knees, and so it's terrific to see the numbers-matching 340 cubic-inch V8 with a correct triple set of dual carbs for the ultra-desirable Six-Pack. And so you know you'll love lifting the hood at car shows to showcase the Hemi orange powerhouse. Plus, the details are there, right down to the correct diaphragm around the air element for the ram air hood. This big power V8 has a terrific growl thanks to the AAR-style exhaust that exits right in front of the rear wheels. We love the 727 Torqueflite three-speed transmission because it has easy automatic shifting, and it's also stout enough to enjoy the control of the Slap Stick function. And power steering, power brakes, and front discs make for a desirable all-around package.
This is the real-deal T/A that combines great looks and serious power to make for an irresistibly cool Mopar survivor. So don't take too long admiring this one, or it might already be gone. Call today!!!
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