440 Magnum V8
This 1970 Dodge Charger has everything you want. Not only is it the final year for this very intimidating style, but you also have some great original features (just check out the interior!) Plus, with some great upgrades like air conditioning and big 440 V8 power, this is an all-around terrific classic muscle machine.
These Chargers had flair. The flying buttress roof, style line in the hood (w/turn signals,) matching lines on the doors, and a well-integrated rear spoiler all make this quite classy. But there\'s also a ton of muscle car aggression in here, too. The squared-off bodywork with its muscular curves looks particularly striking thanks to an expert application of bright Hemi Orange paint. Of course, these Chargers never needed much help with intimidation, thanks to the wraparound chrome front bumper. It draws attention to the recessed front end that looks like it will inhale anything that gets in its way. Not only is that grille shadowy, but also the vinyl roof and bumblebee stripe on the rear come together to give this a well-coordinated dark side.
The burnt orange interior is pure \'70s cool. People will love this color arrangement, because we just don\'t see them like this anymore. Especially with the hob-nail cloth inserts. So this really sets off a time capsule-like feeling inside. You get all the best features from the era, including the center console with floor shift, AM/FM radio, and full gauge package with the cool clock/tach combo. But there is one upgrade you won\'t see but definitely feel. The cold-blowing R134a air conditioning makes it great to roll down all the windows and show off the pillarless hardtop profile even in the summer.
In a muscle car that been this clean so far, you know exactly what you\'ll see when you lift the hood. It\'s an exceptionally tidy engine bay, nearly overflowing with motor. The big 440 cubic-inch Magnum V8 was upgraded later in life, and you can see it was installed with care and an attention to detail. It has great correct pieces like the Magnum air topper and factory stickers. But what you\'ll really like are all the right upgraded supporting components, like the MSD coil and large aluminum radiator. The big V8 inhales deeply through a four-barrel carburetor, and so you get a terrific growl out of the dual exhaust. Plus, this is a fine driver with features like the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and modern grip of Continental Extreme Contact tires on upgraded American Racing polished wheels.
Iconic, interesting, and absolutely powerful, this is the classic Charger done exactly the way you want it. So don\'t miss your chance, call today!
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