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1970 Dodge Charger For Sale
If you find a 1970 Dodge Charger for sale you are looking at the last model of the second generation Charger. This year, the car had a large wraparound chrome bumper. The grille too was changed and did was not divided in the middle. Instead of vacuum style head light doors, these cars had electric headlight doors.
While the base and Special Edition models of the Charger retained the tail lights used in 69, the 500, and R/T models had new attractive taillight panels.
The R/T had rear-facing scoops with the R/T logo mounted over the front door scallops. Chrysler also offered an option of a 440 or HEMI hood cutout in 1970.
The hood scallop inserts are in black while the cars also feature silver engine callouts on top.
When you are looking for a 1970 Dodge Charger, you need to look for these design features as well and their condition.
Colors for the '70 Charger
The 1970 Dodge Charger for sale could be in one of the “High Impact” colors that had names such as Top Banana, Sublime, Panther Pink, Burnt Orange, Plum Crazy, and Go Mango.
The company also produced the 500, but as a regular car instead of a limited edition race car.
Interiors of This Model
The 1970 Dodge Charger for sale will have the new interiors such as high-back bucket seats, ignition in the steering column, and a glove box that is hinged at the bottom.
The SE “Special Edition” Dodge Chargers provided luxury in a muscle car.
The Charger this year also featured a bench seat for the first time.
Engine types for this Bad Ass
In 1970, Chrysler offered one more engine option for the Charger – the 440 Six Pack. This had three two-barrel carburetors and a horse power of 390.
The 1970 Dodge Charger won many races in the NASCAR that year, proving its superior engine and aerodynamic design.
More than 46,000 Dodge Chargers were produced in 1970, making it possible for a collector to find a 1970 Dodge Charger for sale. The various engine and transmission options as well as the models mean that you need to look for the exact model you want. This can take some time, but if you should have a clear list of must have specifications such as a color or model apart from other specifications. This will help you to narrow down on the 1970 Dodge Charger you want.
But can you really go wrong with this make and model?