1970 Dodge Challenger
Estimate: $85,000 - $105,000
- Recent Rotisserie Restoration
- Rare 440 Six Pack
- Equipped with optional Track Pack
- Console Automatic
First generation Challengers were built using the Chrysler E platform it shared with the Barracuda, and these muscle cars had the Mustang and the Camaro squarely in their sights. With the 440 six-pack option pushing 390 HP, the factory console-shifted Turbo—Hydramatic cars like this one could also receive an optional “Track Pack” Dana 60 rear axle and a beefed up rear suspension, allowing the Challenger to quickly gain status on the street and the strip.
The Go Mango #2201 paint shines beautifully, with excellent chrome and trim throughout, and likewise, the black vinyl bucket seat interior is very clean and has surprising room for four. The car has a great stance and was rotisserie restored to a high level of accuracy, and is fully ready for any touring, track time, or car events the new owner desires. Highly correct and fully ready for the new owner to enjoy, this iconic Challenger is a show-quality muscle car that is sure to continue to appreciate for many years to come.