Feast your eyes on a magnificent Mopar.
The second-generation Dodge Charger was immortalized in The Dukes Of Hazzard, but this gorgeous example is proof that not all orange Chargers need a push bumper and "01" numbers on the doors. Ok, so the 1970 Charger was never used on that television show, but this fully restored 1970 Charger R/T is sure to get movie-star looks with an overall condition that is as good as – or perhaps even better than – these cars looked brand new 50 years ago.
Thanks to an extensive rotisserie restoration, this Charger is a concours-quality build, and that starts with the car's correct Go Mango paint job as well as period-correct details like the accurate tail stripe and the Rallye wheels wrapped in Goodyear Polyglas tires. Inside is just as clean with vinyl bucket seats, center console and even Dodge's iconic pistol grip shifter.
Under the hood is where this Charger really shines with the flawless engine compartment that is home to a 440 CID V8 with six-pack carbs and a four-speed manual transmission. This engine sends power to the rear tires through a Dana 60 rear end, and even the 3.54 rear differential gears match what the Charger came with from the factory. Bottom line, this restored Charger might be one of the most original and unmodified of its kind, and it would be the perfect addition to the collection of any Mopar enthusiast.
If you want to win awards with a muscle car icon, this 1970 Dodge Charger R/T is ready to go, and its show-quality condition comes with a show-quality price of $109,900. As always, you can also click HERE to make RK Motors an offer on this magnificent Mopar.