1970 Dodge Charger Red

1970 Dodge Charger Red

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Thats right, this is the real deal. No, youre not dreaming. The absolute epitome of the muscle cars golden age, this 1970 Dodge Charger exudes style and speed in a way few other cars can, and its sitting on our showroom floor now. This really does have to be one of the coolest cars weve had the pleasure of having at Coyote Classics in quite some time! Powered by a 440 C.I. V8 breathing through a "Six-Pack" 3x2-barrel carburetor setup, this 70 Charger really does put the "Charge" in "Charger". Torque from that massive 440 gets to the rear end through a 3-speed "TorqueFlite" automatic transmission, allowing for smooth shifting. The correct "Rally Red" exterior paint still looks wet spread over bodylines that are both laser-straight and rock-solid, giving this Charger a perfectly menacing look. Additionally, that same paint matches wonderfully to the fantastic "Gator Grain" vinyl top, a rare option which was only offered for the 1970 model year across the Mopar lineup! The exterior is positively show-quality, looking excellent at every angle. The floors, frame, trunk and jambs on this Charger are in great shape throughout and are solid at every corner. The interior is just as good-looking as the exterior, featuring comfortable black vinyl "tuck and roll" patterned bucket seats and a full woodgrain center console, adding a sense of flair! Options on this rare Charger include power steering, power brakes, front disc brakes, a "Six-Pack" carburetor setup, a detailed engine bay, a vintage-style AM/FM pushbutton digital radio, factory gauges, a heater + defroster, a remote drivers mirror, and an aggressive-sounding dual exhaust system. The car rides on some color-matched red steel wheels with dog-dish hubcaps over fat B.F. Goodrich RWL tires for added traction, giving this car a look straight out of a 1970 Dodge advertisement. This Charger runs and drives like a dream, which is really saying something because it looks like one, too. Combining 440 cubic inches of RB big block V8 with "Six-Pack" induction and a detailed restoration, this 1970 Dodge Charger is a prime example of why classic Detroit muscle will always be in demand. You arent going to find another Charger quite like this one, so dont let it pass you by! Wed love to see you drive it away. VIN and Fender Tag decode as follows: VIN- XP29L0G164498 X: Dodge Charger P: "Premium" price class 29: 2-door "Sports Hardtop" L: 383 C.I. V8, 2-barrel carburetor 0: 1970 model year G: St. Louis, Missouri Chrysler Corp. Assembly Plant, U.S.A. 164498: Serial number; 64,4497th 1970 Chrysler Corp. vehicle built at St. Louis Assembly FENDER TAG- E61: 383 C.I. V8, 2-barrel carburetor, 290hp D32: "Heavy-Duty" A-727 TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic transmission XP29: X = Dodge Charger P = "Premium" price class 29 = 2-door "Sports Hardtop" L0G: L = 383 C.I. V8, 2-barrel carburetor 0 = 1970 model year G = Built in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A. 164498: Serial number; 64,4497th 1970 Chrysler Corp. vehicle built at St. Louis Assembly FE5: "Rally Red" exterior paint C6XA: Trim/Grade/Style/Color C = Charger 6 = Vinyl bucket seats XA = Black TX9: Black upper door frames B21: Production date of November 21st, 1969 089234: Order number V1X: Full black vinyl top C16: Full center console C55: Bucket seats G31: Right manual chrome outside mirror G33: Left chrome outside mirror M21: Roof drip rail moldings M25: Wide windowsill moldings M31: Belt molding (1969-1970) N95: Exhaust emission control R11: "Music Master" AM radio END: End of codes


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