1970 Dodge Challenger T/A Six-Pack
With an attention-grabbing and factory-correct color combo, this restored 1970 Dodge Challenger is already exceptionally appealing. And when you see that this real-deal T/A comes with everything from a six-pack to a stick shift, you'll realize this is one irresistible Mopar. This coupe is out to get all the right attention. Dodge simply called this color light blue, but Plymouth's description of Ice Blue really lets you know the cool metallic tones it gives off. While this is factory-correct, it has been given a professional respray, and so it has an even brighter shine from the clearcoat finish. Plus, we know you love the shine that comes from the mirror-like bumpers, hood pins, and those iconic 15-inch Mopar Rallye wheels. But the most aggressive elements are in satin black. The hood treatment highlights the lightweight fiberglass setup and the massive ram air openings. The complete set of black R/T stripes accents the curvaceous rear end sheetmetal, and the full rear spoiler offers a menacing finishing touch. And while a black vinyl roof is usually reserved for the premium cars, it does a great job of also adding aggression to this coupe. While the exterior looks great, don't be too surprised if people gravitate toward the interior. The factory-correct blue has an electric-level hue that could have only come from the '70s. It's on the bucket seats, rear seats, center console, and dash to give this a standout presentation. And just like the exterior, there's plenty of tasteful black to keep this from being a blue overload. More than just an eye-catching color combo, this Challenger goes for both a premium and a sporty feeling with all the right elements. For example, the iconic pistol-grip shifter is finished with a wood handle. This coordinates nicely with the trim on the center console, doors, and three-spoke sports steering wheel. And while this Challenger looks like a great time capsule Ã¢â‚¬â€œ right down to the working AM radio Ã¢â‚¬â€œ there is one noticeable upgrade. The bright white VDO tach is vitally important, and so it's centrally mounted on the steering column. When you open the hood, you'll see the side callouts aren't lying. This is powered by a 340 cubic-inch V8 with a triple set of dual carbs for the ultra-desirable six-pack. There was plenty spent in the engine bay during restoration as the gloss black elements funnel all your attention to the Hemi orange block and valve covers. Plus, the details are there, right down to the correct diaphragm around the air element for the ram air hood. This is a period-correct motor, but it's not original to the car. That means it has taken advantage of everything from a rebuild to more power from an Edelbrock intake. This big power V8 has a terrific growl thanks to the AAR-style exhaust that exits right in front of the rear wheels. And while the sound is amazing, the four-speed manual transmission ensures that this is a full package that keeps people intimidated on the streets. But this Mopar is more than just a stoplight bandit. It's easy to take it out any time thanks to the power steering and front disc brakes. Complete with restoration photos, this is the real-deal T/A that combines great looks and serious power to make for an irresistibly cool Mopar. So don't take too long admiring this one, or it might already be gone. Call today!!!