1970 Dodge Challenger, 572 Hemi, 5spd, AZ car, Pro Touring project

Price: US $48,000.00 Item location: Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Challenger
  • Type: Hardtop
  • Trim: T/A
  • Year: 1970
  • Mileage: 585
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: 572 cu in Hemi
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning
  • Fuel: E-85
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Safety options: Roll Cage
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1970 Dodge Challenger

1970 Dodge HEMI Challenger Pro Touring (please read entire add before contacting me)

This car was built by L’Cars in Cameron, WI over a 3 year period. This was a no expense spared build that got out of hand. The guy that had it built had over $200k into the car before he ran out of money on the build. The car is street legal with all the lights and wipers working. It is a blast to drive with over 900HP to the rear wheels. The interior still needs some finishing. I have many parts to finish it off. Car is currently still on L’Cars website e-mail me for the link

This project started out as a rust free Arizona car. They added a 572 cubic inch aluminum Indy Hemi, backed by a five speed transmission, with a Strange rear end Dana 60 with 4:10 gears in it. They put a AirRide Technologies Pro-E system into the car to get the right stance and a Riley Motor Sports front suspension with rack and pinion steering, and a four link AirRide suspension in the back. The Challenger also has Wilwood 6 piston power disc brakes up front and 4 piston disc in the rear. L’Cars then added a T/A hood, stripes, and rear wing to get a T/A look. They also had the 4” stainless exhaust come out the side of the car.

Under the hood Specs:

572 Aluminum Indy Hemi that runs on E-85, 900+HP to the rear wheels( Video on YouTube), Billet Specialties Tru Trac serpentine belt system, MSD Ignition system, 400HP NOS Pro fogger Nitrous system(currently not hooked up), Aeromotive fuel delivery system, Vintage A/C system, Be Cool radiator, twin Optima batteries mounted in the trunk, built in trickle battery charging system

5Spd Trans: Tremec5 speed, with upgrades from Liberty Gearsto handle the torque of the monster HEMI, Carbon fiber drive shaft

Interior: Handmade carbon fiber door panels and rear speaker enclosures, Recaro seats, Nardi steering wheel, Flaming River steering column, Autometer Cobalt gauges on carbon fiber panel, Art Morrison 10 point roll cage

Body: Rust free AZ car, all original panels, no patch panels, fabricated Rear Mini tubs to fit wheels and tires, transmission tunnel hand fabricated, Electric power trunk opener, All new chrome and stainless trim, painted in Sikkens Satin Rally black with gloss black T/A stripes

See below for more details on the Challenger

1970 Dodge Challenger Hemi T/A built by L’Cars in Cameron, WI

ENGINE Built by Andy Weber’s Midwest Performance

Type: 572 cubic inches Hemi bore and stroke:4.5” x 4.5”

Block: Indy Cylinder Heads ‘Legend Maxx’ aluminum (Silver powder coated)

Oiling: Milodon Pro pump, Charlie’s alum. 9qt pan, Canton 3qt accumulator, BMRE restrictors, remote CV/Pure Power billet canister and oil filter

Rotating assembly: Callies Mag crank, Oliver steel rods, Trend pins, Calico bearings, CP ported 13.5 to 1 pistons, Hellfire rings, ATI damper, Rollermaster timing chain

Cylinder Heads: Indy alum. HEMI #426-1RA race-ported silver powder coated

Camshaft: custom ground Comp Cam solid roller (dur. @ .050 279 lift 776/730)

Valvetrain: 2.40/197 SS valves, Comp lifters/titanium retainers, .135 3/8 p-rods

Induction: Indy #426-3 single plane manifold, NOS Profogger, Pentastar air cleaner

Ignition: MSD 6AL/MSD wires, coil, distributor, MOPAR bronze distributor drive

Cooling: Be-Cool aluminum radiator, dual fans, Evans Coolant, stainless piping

Fuel Syst: E85, AED 1150/Maxpro-Dominator, Aeromotive pumps and filters

Exhaust: TTI Tech. 2.25” headers, 4” Stainless side exhaust, Aero/Supertrapps mufflers

Fastners/Belts: ARP, Cometic, Fel-Pro gaskets; Billet Specialties Tru Trac System


Transmission: Liberty Gears modified TKO 600 / Cryogenic & Surfaced Enhanced gears, Ram dual-disc clutch/T-6 alum. Flywheel, Lakewood steel bellhousing

Driveshaft: Carbon fiber 4” by Mark William, driveshaft loops

Rearend: Moser Dana-60, 35 spline gun-drilled axels, 4:10 gear w/Detroit Locker


Cage: Art Morrison fitted 10 point chromemoly roll cage

Front Susp: Riley Motorsports subframe, air Ride Pro E tubular arms/ coil-over adj shocks

Rear Susp: Air Ride coil-over shocks, mod. 4-link, frame connectors, sway bars

Brakes: Wilwood Hydroboost system, 6 piston 13” drilled/slotted rotors, line-lock

INTERIOR: Hand fabricated Carbon fiber panels, Dynamat insulation, Nardi steering wheel

Seats: Recaro Racers heated/cooled/power seats, Deist 4 point harness

Dash: 11 Auto Meter Cobalt gauges, Air Ride Controller, ft and rear Escort Radar detectors

Wiring: Highway 22, 2-Optima batteries with C-Tek battery charger, 140 amp Powermaster alt.

Column: Flaming River tilt, power rack and pinion steering

Comforts: Power windows and trunk, Vintage A/C

BODY/PAINT: removed the side lights, Modified the valances, mini tubbed the rear, modified transmission tunnel, billet quick fuel filler, 4” side exit stainless exhaust, Sikkens Rally Black paint


Wheels: Team ‘minilites’ 9x17 frt / 13x17 rear

Tires: 245/40Rx17 frt / 315/35x17 rear

This car is a blast to drive, but I have too many cars right now. It does still need a small amount of body work(rear pan and below rear window) to be perfect. It is pretty loud and not for the person that does not want attention at a car show or gas station. I have never been pulled over in it. I drive it to cruise nights and pleasure driving, it drives cool @ 200 degrees and does not overheat

Had a problem with the motor last fall. It runs, but has metal in the oil filter so it should be gone thru with new bearings, rings and gaskets. The car has over $100k in parts.

Asking $48k obo

Call Todd @ 715-271-6630