You know what they say - Mopar or no car!
Streetside Classics is excited to offer the opportunity to own this incredible 1970 Dodge Charger Restomod. This blended Mopar is the perfect combination of old-school and modern, and it is certain to leave purists shaking their heads and clenching their fists. Yes, that's a good thing! Only 1,700 miles have been clocked since the completion of this dream machine. The VIN number on this custom Charger checks out as a 1970, but it sports different year bumpers on both ends.
Slathered in an eye-grabbing green by House of Kolors, this blended Charger isn't timid by any means. Contrasting black accents break up its bold paint such as the hidden headlight front end, blackout rear panel, tinted windows, and a full blackout trim package. Even the iconic Bumblebee stripe is black bordered by a thin yellow stripe. A set of black alloy wheels with a polished lip further add to the car's menacing aesthetic. All of the brightwork has been replaced with smooth black components instead.
Tucked neatly inside the matching green engine bay is a professionally built 572cui V8 Hemi engine bored .40 over. Power is shifted down to the rear wheels via a 5-speed manual transmission. Other mechanical highlights include Eagle pistons and rods, Stage V heads, a hi-rise intake, and dual FI Tech fuel injection modules. A large Wizard aluminum radiator equipped with dual electric fans keep everything running nice and cool. Long tube headers flow down to a dual exhaust.
Open the doors to an immaculate black interior complete with power modern Mopar bucket seats complete with green stitching. More custom interior touches include a bold green center console, green carbon fiber inserts, and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo complete with a USB input port. A pistol-grip shifter keeps the classic touch alive on the inside. An upgraded sports steering wheel was installed along with some AutoMeter gauges for monitoring the car's vitals.
Keeping the car handling as it should is a beefy suspension with a tubular control arm setup up front, a four-link with diagonal link, adjustable coil overs on all four corners. Other modifications include a limited-slip rear end power steering, and drilled and slotted 4-wheel power disc brakes.
Sale of the car comes with a pile of restoration photos that shows the process of turning this vintage Mopar into a custom dream machine. Turn dreams into reality by contacting Streetside Classics today. The car is listed at $114,995, but feel free to make an offer here.