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Vehicle Specifications and Contact Information


Details

Year
1970
Make
Dodge
Model
Charger
Mileage Or Exempt
52880
Vin
XP29N0G209474

Engine & Transmission

Engine Type
Gasoline
Engine Size
383 V8
Engine Number
2466130-3, Year 9-20-65
Transmission Type
4 Speed Manual
Transmission Spec
A833

Exterior

Body Color
Blue
Body Style
Coupe
Doors
2

Interior

Interior Color
Blue
Seating Type
Bucket
Shifter Type
Floor
Center Console
Yes

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One Rare Mopar! Rotisserie Restored, Original Charger 500! 383ci V8, D21 4-Speed


1970 Dodge Charger

VIN XP29N0G209474

The original restoration of this beautiful Charger started in 2008. A professional body shop owner purchased the car for himself and to work on as his shop was slow. He completed all of the body work and painted the car. Unfortunately, being from the Detroit Michigan area, work slowed by 2009 and he had to sell the car. A friend, who was an ASE Certified Master Mechanic at a Ford Lincoln-Mercury Dealer, purchased the car and spent the next 2 years assembling and completing the rotisserie restoration. It was finished in 2011. Everything is new, rebuiltor re-chromed. She is restored to factory specifications! It is a factory bigblock 383 V8, D21-4 speed, B5 Blue car. There are roughly 500 miles on thebuild. This car is an absolute pleasure to drive! She rides, drives and handles like a brand new car.

Documentation included in the sale of this vehicle includes receipts from the restoration, anowner's manual and some record keeping from the previous owner.

Mechanics

383ci Engine –Casting # 2466130-3, Year 9-20-65
Engine Rebuilt .30 Over and Stock Specifications
1970 833A 4 speedTransmission – Casting # 99129, Suffix DA242497 PP8333107 0256
Transmission was Rebuilt in 2011
8 ¾ Open Rear Endwith 2.94:1 Gear Ratio – Casting # 2070741 28
Carter AFB Carb
Manual Front Disc Brakes, Rear Drum
Power Steering
All New PST Suspension Parts, Shocks, Etc.
All New Brakes, Hoses, Lines, Fuel Tank, Etc.
Exhaust Manifolds
Stainless Steel Exhaust
Glasspack Mufflers
Stock Distributor
Painless Wiring
Aluminum Radiator, Painted Black
Period Correct Battery
Stainless Bolts and Hardware

Body

Correct B5 Blue Paint, PPG Base Coat/Clear Coat
White Tail Stripe
New Vinyl Top
All Stainless is Detailed and Polished
All Chrome has been Redone
Beautiful Fit and Finish
Door Lips and Jambs are Clean and Solid
Headlights Work
Solid Straight Quarters
Emblems are in Great Condition
Solid Clean Trunk, Painted Body Color, New Mat
Painted and Clear Coated Undercarriage and Frame
New Rear Quarter Panels, New Trunk, Original Floors
Pinch Weld Looks Fantastic
BF Goodrich Tires –225/70/14 Front and Rear
Mopar Magnum Wheels

Interior

New Correct Complete Interior from Legendary Auto Interiors
New Headliner, Seat Covers/Pads and Carpet
Pistol Grip Shifter
Rebuilt Gauges
New Dash
New Hardware for the Center Console
Beautiful Door Panels
Interior Lights Work
Seatbelts Front and Back

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History

The Dodge Charger is a mid-size automobile produced by Chrysler. The 1966–1978 Chargers were on the Chrysler B platform. 1970 would be the last year of the 2nd generation Charger. It featured a large wrap around chrome bumper and the grille was no longer divided in the middle. New electric headlight doors replaced the old vacuum style. The taillights were similar to those used in 69, but 500 and R/T models came with a new more attractive taillight panel. On the R/T, new rear-facing scoops with the R/T logo were mounted on the front doors, over the door scallops. A new 440 or HEMI hood cutout made the option list for this year only. Dodge painted the hood scallop inserts black and put the silver engine callouts on top. New "High Impact" colors were given names, such as Top Banana, Panther Pink, Sublime, Burnt Orange, Go Mango and Plum Crazy.

In the 1970 NASCAR season, it was the 1970 Charger that tallied up more wins (10) than any other car, including the notorious 69 Dodge Charger Daytonas and Plymouth Superbirds, giving Bobby Isaac the Grand National Championship.