The classic muscle car has 54,000 miles on it.
The 1970s Evade Charger was the company’s second generation swan song, released from 1968 to 1970. Each model year has brought something of its own, both in the appearance of the line and in the interior of the car, which makes this car unique. Over such a long period of time, each of these cars has had its own story that makes them even more special. And here’s one of those dodges for sale – just for this particular one, it was bought for just $ 1.
The main features of the 1970 Dodge Charger for sale
The 1970 Dodge Charger for sale was bought new by the seller’s father-in-law. Later, in 1987, he only sold it to his son for $ 1 because “people kept bugging him for selling it”.
After the car was resold, it was in the garage the whole time. Because of this, it only has 54,000 kilometers. It was first stored in Tucson AZ and later shipped to Vancouver, Washington. However, the car has no rust.
A local Chrysler dealer had mechanics work on what made the car shine again. The radiator, fuel pump, alternator and a few other details have been replaced. The Mopar Car Club later repainted the Dodge. Now its exterior is entirely painted in white, while the interior features white upholstery and black dashboard and floor.
In fact, the interior of the 1970 Dodge Charger is no different from the salons of the past two years. The only difference is the seat upholstery and the height of the front seat backs, which have become higher. The car for sale has this function saved.
In addition, they replaced the car’s seat covers and floor mat and received a new headliner and new tires.
1970 Dodge Charger for sale specifications and price
The car still has its original RB 440 V8 Magnum engine. It thus has a drive system consisting of three two-chamber carburetors. This unit with a volume of 7.2 liters has an output of 390 hp. In addition, the car kept the original A / C, AM / FM radio.
The car is currently in Camas, Washington. The seller expects to receive at least $ 62,500.
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Artur has been driving cars since he was a child, so it is already a molded way of life for him. As a child he always played with cars, built garages for them and dreamed of a car on the remote control until his parents gave it to him. He thinks life would be terribly boring for him if it weren’t for cars, racing, or drifting in general.
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