This classic 1970 Dodge Charger got completely new makeover, which the transformation process last more than seven years. However, the result is obvious with the Sublime painted all-original body, black vinyl top with white stripes and stunning chromed details.
Inside this Charger you will find mostly original interior where has been refreshed with new vinyl white upholstery in combination with monochromatic dashboard with Rallye gauges and a woodgrain center console. However, this ’70 Charger it is a lot more than just a classic Mopar.
Because underneath this Charge you will find a powerful drivetrain, which can easily outperform most of the modern muscle cars. Chrysler’s 528 cubic-inch, 9.5 liter big-block Hemi V8 engine, which easily produces 668 horsepower and 650 lb.-ft. of torque. Behind the engine, an A727 ProRace 3-speed, transition spins a powder-coated Strange Dana 60 with an S-Trac limited-slip differential and Spicer 3.54 gears.