Price: US $92,995.00 Item location: Lithia Springs, Georgia, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Challenger
  • SubModel: T/A
  • Type: Coupe
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1970
  • Mileage: 50,782
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: 340 V8
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1970 Dodge Challenger T/A

If your tastes run towards muscle that can handle, hen you can't overlook the Challenger T/A. Born of the same Trans-Am racing series that created the Boss 302 and Z28, he T/A was Dodge's entry, apable of ferocious speeds, oth on the straights and in the twisties. This stunning B5 Blue 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A hits all the high notes, ncluding matching-numbers, ix Pack induction, nd a rotisserie restoration.A high-visibility car like this means you have some pretty serious hardware underneath, ecause there's no way you're going to sneak around unnoticed in this one. Complete with the blacked-out hood with that giant snorkel, ide exhaust, nd a wicked ducktail spoiler, here's little doubt that this looks the part of a race car. Beautifully finished with exceptional attention to detail, his Challenger certainly looks fast even when it's sitting still. There's a great deal of money invested in the restoration of this car and it shows everywhere you look, rom the laser-straight bodywork to the deep finish on the two-stage urethane paint. Correct black T/A stripes were applied along the flanks, long with the requisite '340 Six Pack' decal on the front fender, ust in case the bright blue paint and snorkel on the hood weren't enough advertising. Other correct details include the racing style flip-up gas cap, port mirrors, nd a T/A badge on the rear spoiler. Chrome bumpers have been expertly refinished and hood pins always suggest a lot of horsepower living underneath, nd this car doesn't disappoint in that regard, ither. The black bucket seat interior is the right choice with B5 Blue, iving it a purposeful, ll-business look that seems appropriate given the car's racetrack credentials. There's a woodgrained console surrounding the "Slap Stick" shifter, hich is remarkably easy to use as intended, nd the woodgrained three-spoke steering wheel needs nothing more than a pair of string-back driving gloves to complete the look. Yes, ou could get an automatic transmission in your T/A, erhaps a way for Mopar to appeal to guys who wanted a Boss or a Z/28 but needed the convenience of an automatic. The big center speedometer is flanked by smaller instruments for temperature, uel level, nd voltage, nd the look is very cool. The original Music Master AM radio is still fully functional and there's almost nothing inside this car that doesn't look almost new Even the trunk is shockingly clean, eeding nothing more than a reproduction mat to be complete. The original, umbers-matching 340 cubic inch small block V8 still lives under the hood, ugmented by a trio of 2-barrel carburetors affectionately known as the "Six Pack." It's fully rebuilt and highly detailed for show, rom the Hemi Orange paint to the correct air cleaner assembly up top that proudly advertises the induction system underneath. Power steering and brakes are nice additions, nd a set of stock-style manifolds that almost look like headers feed a correct side exhaust system with polished trumpet tips just ahead of the rear wheels, ne of the T/A's defining features. It sounds AWESOME. The solid chassis is spectacular with body-colored floors, mmaculately detailed chassis components, new gas tank, nd the perfect stance. It sits on a set of classic Rallye wheels wearing staggered 225/60/15 front and 245/60/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials; appropriate because the T/A was the first production car to offer staggered tires from the factory.When I was building race cars, e had a saying: I can get my small block around the track faster than your big block, nd nowhere is that more true than with the Challenger T/A. Call today!