614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1970 Dodge Charger Daytona replica pays tribute to one of the coolest of the cool. After all, the Daytonas were built to cheat the wind, and Bobby Isaac's #71 car proved it by setting speed records at the Bonneville Salt Flats. So this example has invested heavily to get the sleekness and the power right so that you can really enjoy a taste of muscle car history.
You can tell they sweated the details when creating this car. It wasn't just about adding a nose cone and using the correct High Impact Vitamin C paint. They took the time to get the body looking awesome before the first drop of bold paint hit this sheetmetal. It looks so good, especially with the contrasting black vinyl roof and competition-style wheels. Fender vents, hood pins, true NASCAR raised white letter tires, and proper #71 racing numbers will make people wonder if this one is even street legal as you pass them on the boulevard. Plus, the hallmark rear wing stands out especially well finished in white. And they took their time with this build so that you can show off the little things, like how this massive spoiler can be adjusted, just like Isaac's record-setting car. Not to mention, the vinyl roof and all emblems are vinyl stickers, so they can easily be removed, if that's what you're looking for.
If you like the way the black roof looks against the exterior orange, then you'll love the full black interior. The seats, dash, door panels, carpeting, headliner, and steering wheel all look like they received a solid investment to keep them dark and fresh. There are some great pure racing-style details like the fire extinguisher mounted between the seats and the custom dash done with SW gauges. You also now have toggle switches for all the important functions. And a Hurst shifter is always desirable when it's time to take control of a muscle Mopar.
Those big callouts on the hood were not lying. Because within the engine bay is Mopar's mighty 440 cubic-inch V8. And while this one is a racecar replica, the cleanliness of this one looks like it never hit a dirt track in its life. That means it's ready for the car show today with its smooth color-matched inner walls, bright air topper, Mopar performance valve covers, and overall tidy appearance. More than just look great, this was built with all the right performance pieces, like a Holley 750 CFM four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, MSD ignition, Milodon oil pan, and long tube headers feeding directly into the growling dual exhaust. The four-speed manual transmission puts you in firm control over it all, and the front disc brakes provide the proper stopping power whenever you try to set your own speed records.
This is a sleek, powerful, and proper tribute to an American racing legend. It's a coupe with a heart-pounding growl and a story to tell. Call today!!!
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