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Lot 13

2015   |   Scottsdale Auctions 2015

1970 Dodge Charger RT

SOLD $66,000

Estimate

$80,000 - $100,000| Without Reserve

Chassis

XS229U0G229794

Car Highlights

440 Magnum V-8 and 4-Speed Power Train
Hurst Pistol-Grip Shifter, Tach, and Gauges
Outstanding Color Combination and Rallye Wheels
One of the Finest Designs from Chrysler
Very Nicely Presented Throughout

Technical Specs

440 CID V-8 Engine
Single Carter 4-Barrel Carburetor
375 BHP at 4,600 RPM
4-Speed Manual Transmission
Front Disc, Rear Drum Hydraulic Brakes
Independent Torsion-Bar Front Suspension
Live Rear Axle with Semi-Elliptical Leaf Springs

Saleroom Addendum

*Please note that chassis number printed in the catalogue contains a typographical error. The chassis number should read XS29U0G229794.

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Based on Chrysler’s redesigned B-Body platform, the handsome new 1968 Dodge Charger featured athletic body lines and a revised “flying-buttress” rear roofline to replace the fastback styling of 1966–1967. While Chrysler executives and market planners envisioned demand for perhaps 35,000 1968 Chargers, sales reached 96,100 units, necessitating additional production.

Mild stylistic revisions for 1969 and 1970 left the Charger’s striking fuselage-inspired body lines intact. From 1968, the Charger was available in high-image, performance-oriented R/T (Road and Track) form as part of Dodge’s Scat Pack model lineup. While the Charger R/T was available with the 426 Hemi and from mid-1969 the 440 Six Pack engine, the standard 440 Magnum V-8 was a thoroughly engineered package delivering a rated 375 hp and immense torque.

This 1970 Dodge Charger R/T is particularly attractive in Blue (B5) accented by a white vinyl top, R/T emblems, Rallye wheels, dual exhaust outlets with chrome tips, and white bucket seats. Desirable features include a Hurst Pistol-Grip shifter for the four-speed manual transmission, floor console, power brakes, a Tic Toc tachometer, and gauges monitoring amperage, coolant temperature, and oil pressure. The engine compartment and trunk are nicely finished and maintained, in keeping with the rest of the Charger’s presentation. This 1970 Charger R/T is a particularly attractive and highly collectible classic Mopar.