1970 Dodge Challenger Hemi is definitely the most desirable high-performance classic Mopar produced in the late ’70s. Today’s is absolutely gorgeous with burnt orange body color and completely rotisserie restored in his factory condition. The exterior of this Hemi car is immaculate. It is equipped with black vinyl, an alligator pattern top, and shiny chromed trim. It also has black vinyl stripes along the body, while at the back we can see the optional black spoiler on the decklid.
The interior of this 1970 Dodge Challenger Hemi is absolutely amazing. Inside it is equipped with probably the best interior color combination we have ever seen. The comfortable leather front bucket seats have fabric inserts and are divided by the massive center console with wood inserts and a Hurst pistol grip shifter. The dashboard also has wood inserts with the climate control unit and a three-spoke, steel, and wood steering wheel. It is gorgeous.
Inside the engine bay, this Legendary Mopar is powered by the world-famous V8 engine ever produced. The Chrysler’s 426 cubic-inch HEMI big-block V8, is rated at 425 horsepower and 490 lb.-ft. of torque. This engine is attached by the 4-speed manual transmission which spins Dana-60 rear-end. In addition, it is equipped with 15-inch Mopar Rallye wheels equipped with white letter BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires. This particular Challenger has an upgraded braking system which includes Wilwood vented disk brakes and calipers on all four wheels. Enjoy this classic piece of art.