Documented Semi-Survivor 1 of 34 Challenger R/T Convertible 440 V8 4spd Dana 60 ///
According to MoPar expert Dave Wise, this Dodge “is an exceptional example of an ultra-rare, highly documented semi-survivor 1970 Challenger R/T convertible”. Those are strong words coming from someone who's made a career of studying a lot of excellent MoPars. But, when you consider the car's virtues, it's warranted praise. Let's begin with the obvious: how many 1970 Challenger R/T 440/4-speed convertibles were produced? The answer is this car and only 33 others. Speaking of 440s and 4-speeds, this Challenger is still equipped with its original drivetrain; a drivetrain that's documented to have driven only 39,399 miles. And, expanding on originality and low mileage, the car spent the first 40 years of its life in sunny Colorado, meaning the minor restoration you see in our pictures is the only work its largely original components have ever endured. That's right, every panel on this Challenger is an original piece, with only the driver's quarter showing any signs of repair. And naturally, that means the car's restoration-fresh Go Mango paint is the only re-spray it's ever received. Toss the hood and you'll find an original, 440 cubic inch RB V8. Behind that overhauled mill, an original A833 4-speed powers an original Dana 60 axle, which spins a posi-traction differential around original, 3.54 gears. That rear end rides an unrestored chassis that's sprung on original springs and guided by an original power steering pump. Stops come courtesy of hearty drum brakes. All that MoPar goodness rolls on stylish Rallye Wheels, which twist F60-15 Goodyear Polyglas GTs. And, between the doors, a correct White interior is detailed with tasteful wood accents and bright stainless trim. If you're a savvy collector who's looking for a safe investment at the top of the market, this Challenger is the opportunity of a lifetime. Call, click or visit www.RK Motors.com for more information!