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Cheer For The Plum Crazy 1970 Dodge Challenger Convertible

By Steven Symes Nov 22, 2019
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By Steven Symes Nov 22, 2019
Here today, this classic could be gone tomorrow.

For your consideration, this 1970 Dodge Challenger Convertible is up for sale through SuperSport Classics. It has that Plum Crazy paint job everyone loves, ensuring this classic Mopar will turn many a head as it cruises by. This car is also quite original, adding further to its appeal.

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There’s no denying the attractive qualities of the Dodge Challenger. Even among classic muscle cars, it’s a real standout, thanks to athletic yet sleek lines which don’t get lost in a jumble of details. Nearly flawless, the exterior features all the right details, including factory badges and wheels. A powered black top keeps the elements out when necessary, and folds away nicely for when the sun is shining.

Under the hood is a numbers-matching 318ci V8, mated to a numbers-matching automatic transmission. That setup is absolutely perfect for leisurely cruises with the top down. Just imagine the fun Sunday afternoon drives you could enjoy with this ride.  

Looking just as good as the exterior, the black interior not only is impressive, it provides some nice comforts. As the driver, you’ll appreciate the power brakes and power steering. Front bucket seats and a center console are also great features. A modern sound system deck has been installed, meaning you can enjoy your music with greater ease as you cruise around in this Dodge.

While Dodge came late to the pony car segment with the 1970 Challenger, it made a big splash in the market. Similar in looks to the popular Plymouth Barracuda, only a handful of convertibles were made compared to hardtop coupes. Out of the vibrant 22 paint colors offered for the 1970 model lineup, Plum Crazy has become the most popular with collectors and Mopar enthusiasts. That alone makes this Dodge Challenger Convertible a hot commodity at any car show.

Since SuperSport Classics is handling the sale of this Dodge, if you want to make an offer or ask questions, you’ll need to contact the company. You should be aware the dealer does offer shipping services, plus is able to make modifications and repairs on vehicles.

Also, don’t forget to check out the current SuperSport Classics inventory.


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