1970 Dodge Charger R/T Hemi Sport Hardtop
It’s been said many times with a high degree of certainty that Chrysler’s Mopar products were the undisputed kings of the muscle car era. With cars like the Road Runner, Super Bee, Challenger, and the Cuda. Among these greats was the Dodge Charger, a car that was built for speed.
Offered here is an excellent example of Mopar’s performance heritage, a low production 1970 Dodge Charger R/T that has had little more than a single repaint since new. Dodge built only 112 of these for 1970 and, of those, just 56 were equipped with the rare Sure Grip Dana 60 Super Track Pack that featured the Hurst Pistol Grip four-speed shifter.
This Charger is finished in Dark Burnt Orange Metallic with a black vinyl roof with a two-tone white and black interior. This is an all numbers matching drivetrain car that remains rust-free and unrestored. Options on this legendary Charger also include a 26-inch radiator, power front disc brakes, light package, bucket seats, console, rally gauges, and Tic-Toc tachometer.
At the heart of this majestic king is the legendary 426 high-performance Hemi running an astounding compression ratio of 10.25:1 while cranking out 425 horsepower. In true muscle car fashion this Charger is fitted with an AM radio that stood little chance of being heard over the mighty Hemi. For the collector of rare muscle cars from Mopar, this Charger R/T represents the Holy Grail of Dodge’s finest.