1970 Dodge Charger R/T, 440 Auto, Numbers Matching car

Price: - Item location: Eau Claire, Wisconsin, United States
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Charger
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: R/T
  • Year: 1970
  • Mileage: 127,000
  • VIN: XS29U0G250214
  • Color: B5 Blue
  • Engine size: 440 V8 4BBL
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Charcoal/Black
  • Options: Console, AM Radio
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1970 Dodge Charger R/T

1970 Dodge Charger R/T 440 Automatic, numbers match

Offered for sale is a beautiful 1970 Dodge Charger R/T. This is a 440 4-barrel, Automatic car painted in its original B5 Blue color. This is a numbers matching car with its original engine and transmission. This is an export-labeled car, with a "made in the USA" tag on the hood latch support. It was probably ordered by a US serviceman while on duty overseas, but never actually left the USA.

The car was restored and engine rebuilt sometime in the mid 90's before I bought it. I've owned this car for over 21 years and have decided it's time for it to go to a new home. I classify this car as an older restoration of excellent driver quality. This has been a great car, both to drive and show.

A link to a video can be found below.

More details:

ENGINE -

Original numbers matching 440. Runs strong, with its original configuration. I installed a mopar electronic ignition system (original distributor is included). It also has chrome valve covers that appear to be vintage mopar direct-connection pieces, (came that way when I bought it). I installed a new oil pan. A street demon carburetor is currently installed, but the original carburetor is in very good condition and is included. The car has a 26-inch aftermarket radiator, the original 22-inch radiator is included and is also in excellent condition. The car has a TTi exhaust system with correct manifolds and dynomax turbo mufflers, stainless tips.

BODY -

Body was restored well over 20 years ago, but still looks great. I can tell the passenger rear quarter was replaced along with the passenger door. The other rear quarter is the original, with some repairs in front of the wheel opening. I had the trunk floor replaced as there were some pin-holes in the center portion. The gas tank and sender were replaced. The car still has its original floors, rockers, and frame rails - they are solid. The paint does show some age and flaws but is very presentable. Door glass and rear window are very good but do show a few minor scratches. The windshield was replaced and is excellent. Chrome and stainless trim is very good with a few minor scratches. The car is a stripe delete, but I added a bumblebee stripe, it is the period correct vinyl type and can be easily removed.

SUSPENSION & DRIVETRAIN -

I rebuilt both front and rear suspension with all new bushings and ball joints. I installed front disc brakes and spindles from a 73 E-body. The original spindles, front drum brakes, and master cylinder can included at no charge. The rear still has drum brakes, and I installed an adjustable proportioning valve. New rear leaf springs were installed. The 8 3/4 rear was re-built with new seals and bearings. The original 3:23 one-legger center-section was replaced with 3:55 sure grip unit. The original center-section can be included (also no charge). The original 727 automatic shifts firm and down-shifts correctly, and it has an extra deep TCI pan.

INTERIOR -

The seat upholstery was replaced before I had the car, still looks great, no tears or noticeable wear. The carpet was also replaced. I restored the instrument gauge faces and installed a new chrome bezel. The simulated wood grain panels were faded, so I had a vinyl overlay installed. I also installed new door panels and new door emblems. Headliner is in great shape. I installed a headlight relay circuit so the lights are bright like a modern car.

The build sheet was missing when I received the car. Here are the fender codes:

R11 - Radio, music master AM

V68 - Stripe Delete

Y09 - Build to Spec's for Export Order

EB5 - Body & Roof Paint Bright Blue Metallic

C16 - Woodgrain Console

C55 - Bucket Seats

J25 - 3-speed wipers w/electric washers

M21 - Drip rail moldings

M31 - Body belt moldings

C6XA - Charger trim grade, vinyl bucket seats, Charcoal & black interior

TX9 - Upper door frame color black

630 - Production date June 30, 1970

E37079 - Vehicle order number, Export

E86 - 440 Engine 4BBL 375HP Magnum

D32 - A727 Torqueflight automatic transmission

XS29 - Body Charger R/T 2-door sports hardtop

U0G - 440 Engine 4BBL 375HP Magnum

250214 - Assembly plant sequence number

If you have any questions please email me. More picture are available upon request. I'm not interested in trades. This car is listed locally and I reserve the right to end the listing at anytime.

This is a vintage muscle car, sold as-is, no warranty stated or implied, no returns or refunds.

$500.00 Paypal non-refundable deposit required within 48 hrs. of auction close. New owner is responsible for shipment. The car does not leave my possession until all payments clear.

Here is a link to the video:

https://youtu.be/7O1spnPtkZo

On May-30-18 at 08:10:59 PDT, seller added the following information:

Forgot to mention - I added hood turn signal indicators, they were an option. I still have the blanking plates if someone wants to remove them and make it factory correct.