Speaking of the classic Mopar’s, we mostly think of the big block models such as 440 Six Pack or legendary Hemi 426. However today we got an absolutely gorgeous 1970 Dodge Challenger in Alpine White which is our favorite Mopar color because of two reasons: it gives a nice and clean appearance on every model and second, it can be in combination with all other colors, in this case, shiny chrome with black details.
The interior of this 1970 Dodge Challenger is in mint condition considering it is 50 plus years old. It is equipped with a black dashboard with a woodgrain center console and Hurst pistol-grip shifter. While the front suede bucket seats look more than comfortable. In addition, it is equipped with a modern stereo system but unfortunately does not have an ac unit.
Under the hood, this gorgeous Alpine White 1970 Dodge Challenger is powered by a naturally aspirated Chrysler’s 340 cubic-inch, 5.6-liter small-block LA V8 engine. With a four-barrel carburetor, this engine can produce 290 horsepower and 350 lb.-ft. of torque. Behind the engine, there is a 4-speed manual transmission. Enjoy the video.