One of the main things about the classic 1970 Dodge Charger it’s the overall shape. This is a very large car. It’s big, it’s wide, it’s long, and the R/T package was kind of a special high-performance version of a regular Dodge Charger. Therefore this 1970 Dodge Charger R/T 440 Six Pack it is not an exception.
Beside many options, this came with a factory sunroof and a white vinyl top. Only 112 with these kind of option were made in 1970’s. Beside the open roof, this ’70 Charger has Plum Crazy purple body color, white leather interior, full length center console with a Hurst pistol grip shifter on top and a wood grain dashboard.
This car also came with 14 inch Rally wheels with a Goodyear tires and R/T package that includes upgraded suspension, under the hood it is powered by a Chrysler’s 440 cubic-inch, 7.2 liter big-block RB Magnum V8 engine. With a 3x2bbl on top this engine is rated at 375 horsepower and 480 lb. -ft. of torque. In our opinion, this ‘70 Charger R/T it is bad to the bone, but also elegant.