This 1970 Dodge Charger restomod is an awesome build with pure power in mind. It's a mix of vintage and custom work wrapped in slick paint, a bucket seat interior, upgraded five-speed, four-wheel disc brakes, and a monster dual-quad 528 HEMI V8 under the hood. So this coupe is the product of when someone decides that only the best will do.
It's always a treat to find a Mopar with great sheetmetal, because it makes for a terrific canvas to apply an iconic High Impact color. And arguably there's nothing bolder than Sublime Green. The electric shine accents the details like the scalloped hood, simulated vents on the doors, flying buttress C-pillar, and the spoiler that's built in the rear deck. Plus, the bumblebee stripe in the rear draws even more attention as it's finished in a reflective silver. And the HEMI callouts on the hood coordinate to really deliver a organized package that looks like it could glow in the dark! This very bold car has an intimidating look on everything from the hood pins to the extra wide rear tires. But there's one place we really know turns up the aggression. The wraparound chrome front bumper draws extra attention to the recessed front end that looks like it will inhale anything that gets in its way.
The Charger's interior was a nice blend of luxury and performance, and this one has been given the right investments and preservation to present it all in great vintage style. Deep, dark seats look great against the bold exterior green, and there's plenty of room in the back to share this atmosphere with family and friends. Up front, there are bucket seats with the iconic pistol-grip shifter coming out of the center console. Everything has that great classic feel, from the premium wood-like trim, to the AM radio that's still on display. In fact, the only modern addition you may notice is the shift light in front of the full Rallye gauge package. It's a nice addition to go with the monster under the hood.
The engine bay is just as fresh as the rest of this coupe. Everything, right down to the wires, tells you this was a thoughtful build. And the bold green is accented by a bolder orange. Everyone will take note of the big air topper, but the 425 HEMI callout is a bit of a fib... that's because you're looking at something even more monstrous. This is 528 cubic-inch HEMI with aluminum heads. More than just displacement, this one has dual four-barrel carburetors on top to really let the big V8 inhale deeply. And the long tube headers add even more power while contributing to the growl of the X-pipe dual exhaust. Best of all, you get the best control over the huge power and its thunderous soundtrack with the Tremec five-speed manual transmission. In fact, control is a central theme to this car's upgrades. That's why you have Firm Feel sway bars front & rear, traction bars, power steering, and the superior stopping power of four-wheel disc brakes.
Everything is clean on this Charger, right down to the undercarriage. So this rare opportunity on a Mopar that was built to win awards and eat the streets. Don't miss out, call today!