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A trim tag can tell a lot about a car. For example, it lets us know that this 1970 Dodge Challenger was born with an awesome color combo, 383 V8 power, and rare features. And to have all of it correctly presented on this coupe today makes for an irresistible muscle Mopar.
The Plum Crazy was given a quality respray to make sure you really recognize a bold representation of a sought-after High-Impact color. There\'s even a hint of metallic to give it added radiance in the sunlight. And speaking of shine, those chrome bumpers love to hug the form in the way only an early 1970s classic can. But what you might like the best is this Challenger\'s dark side. Black highlights aggressive pieces like the upgraded T/A-style hood, full-width rear spoiler, and full-length stripes that follow the curve of the coupe body. And the well-fitting black vinyl roof adds to the darkness while also adding a hint of sophistication. It\'s an attractive style, and as you check out the clean glass, well-fitting doors, and overall attention to detail, you can see this is a quality classic that also likes to be driven.
The black accents of the exterior are also a nice preview of the interior color. It looks clean and vintage everywhere from the wood-like trim to the texture of the upholstery. There are even nice details, like the dome light that greets you when the door opens. The trim tag shows this was born with some rare features like air conditioning and power windows. The main components are still in place for these to keep them on display, but they will need restoring to function again. And the real heart of the appeal is a proper driver\'s package. You have a high-back bucket, a center console molded around the driver, and a three-spoke sports steering wheel. The Rallye gauges put a large tach right in front of you. So while there\'s an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo, we really know your favorite soundtrack originates from under the hood.
Under the hood is a 383 cubic-inch big block. While this isn\'t the factory powerhouse, it will be up to you to tell others, because the era-correct block appears absolutely stock. After all, they\'re all going to be too busy noticing the big/bold 383 air grabber to see the upgraded Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor underneath. What these investments really means is a mighty motor that starts easily, idles smoothly, and makes a nice tune out of the dual exhaust. The A727 Torqueflite is a stout but smooth three-speed automatic transmission. And you have more great anytime driving features like power steering, power brakes, front discs, and wide BF Goodrich T/As.
Complete with the owner\'s manual, here\'s a beautiful Mopar with the right colors and big power. This is exactly what you want, and it can all be yours if you\'re the first to grab this deal. Call today!!!
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