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1970 dodge challenger for sale

A: check this web site out they have them sometimes,and their usually pretty reasonable on price also,good luck,,http://classiccar.com/

Q: Question on 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T with power windows rear defrost and power disc brakes. How rare is it??
I have the car for sale on ebay item #280161415338. My build sheet list these items but I can’t find one like it and have never heard of these options on an R/T. any info on this would be greatly appreciated.

A: I can tell you how many they made with each option. These figures are statistical approximations based on US figures, so it doesn’t include Canadian or Export vehicles. Likewise, it is statistically impossible to to combine figures, so you cannot combine the 3 to find out how many were made with that combo. Any time you see someone doing that with Mopars, they’re either ignorant about the numbers or they’re trying to pull a fast one on you.

Power Windows – 560
Defrost – 1134
PDB – 4702

Q: How much would a pre-restored Dodge Challenger R/T 440 cost?
I am a fan of classic american muscle cars, and I want to restore one as a hobby and because I’ve always wanted one. Came across a 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T 440 today (in utter junk condition) and saw that it was posted for sale at 45000 dollars. I couldn’t believe it! This got me wondering. How much should a pre-restored Challenger cost? And don’t ask me who that person was, cause I wouldn’t know.

A: Well, a properly restored 440 R/T can fetch close to 100 grand at the big auctions. One with a hemi can go way over that. There aren’t that many of those cars out there, not like Chevelles, Camaros, Mustangs and other more common muscle cars.

Q: Dodge Charger or Challenger?
I was going to buy a project car, and have found both a 1966 Charger and a 1970 Challenger for sale. The Charger is all there and would run except for an electrical short; the Challenger is just a shell. Both are around $2000 and need to be towed. Right now, it seems to make more sense to buy the Charger, but I’ve heard that fully restored Challengers can go for quite a bit. Any advice?

A: As the owner of several Challengers over the years and still owner of one and caretaker of several more, I’d pick the ‘66 Charger. The Challenger is worth more restored to original specs but to get it there will cost $$$$. The Charger is complete and has an electrical short, you have a lot to work with and there weren’t that many built. You don’t say anything about engine or trans, but the bigger the engine the higher the value.

Q: Muscle Car Projects For Sale?
I’m looking for a restoration project on Muscle cars, preferably a 1970-1974 Plymouth Barracuda, 1969-1973 Ford Mustang, 1970-1974 Dodge Challenger, 1970-1973 Chevrolet Chevelle. I live in the UK so British sites would be ideal. :) The condition of the car isn’t important as long as the chassis is fine. Thanks =D

A: E-bay has a special classic car auction on their site. You would have to check it frequently. Most of the cars go very quickly and a Barracuda will go quicker than most no matter what the condition of the vehicle.

Q: A question for Mopar guys?
I recently saw a sales ad for a 1970 Dodge Challenger. It was the R/T model with the 440 6-Pack engine.

The ad stated that the car was a true V-Code. What does that mean?

A: True V-Code Cars came with 440 6-pack engines with 390HP using gross method.

For a 70 challenger R/T 6-pack car VIN would start out JS23V0####### (Hard-Top)
or
JS27V0####### (Convertible)

For collectors, The JS will be worth more than just having a V-Code car. JS with V is next best thing having an R code.

A Hemi Challenger R/T. Which would be JS23R0####### Hard top or the ultimate JS27R0#######, a Hemi Challenger R/T Convertible (Ultra-Extremely rare) worth in the millions these days.

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