They only made 236 R/T convertibles total in 1970. That includes all configurations of motors- trans etc. This is a seriously rare investment grade muscle car. It is #s matching, factory red and matches it's original fender tag.
EXTERIOR: I'll tell you what, this body is really straight on this car and all the panels fit great. The doors, hood and trunk are flush and square. The paint is polished out like a red mirror, you can see the reflections in the car perfectly. It has a nice stance. It's a tough looker with the Bumblebee stripe, side scoops with the big R/T emblems and that massive hood scoop. The chrome and trim is not new but it is bright and straight. The grills and tail panel is real nice. The 15 inch Rally wheels and BFG tires look excellent. Door jambs are painted real nice, bottom of doors are clean, weather strips are soft. The black convertible top is very nice. It's the correct Mopar grain material and has a glass rear window.
INTERIOR: Inside the car is not abused, not brand new- it is very good shape. The dash area is real clean, not cut up or broken. It does have a factory tachometer and the original AM radio. It also features bucket seats with the center console. Carpets are real nice and it also has R/T embroidered floor mats.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: The engine bay is actually really clean. All the seams are real nice. I don't see any evidence of damage or rust repair. The original fender tag is still attached. The #s match 440 hp Magnum motor has correct casting codes, dated properly, stamped HP on top and the vin matches the car. Claimed to be recently rebuilt. Has stock manifolds, valve covers and dual snorkel air cleaner with 440 pie tin. New Edelbrock carb with electric choke. Everything is very proper-the alternator looks new, has Mopar hoses, clamps and radiator. It features power steering.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: It's huge trunk compartment is actually very solid. Looks like original trunk floor. It's all painted red, has a plaid mat.
UNDERSIDE: It looks rock solid underneath here. The frame rails and floors are clean. Even the inner lower quarters are clean, still has drain plug. I really don't see any patches or weak areas. The bottom of the motor is absolutely spotless, the freeze plugs are still shiny. The trans looks clean too. Both appear to have been out and gone through very recently. The starter, flywheel cover, tailshaft seal and trans mount look new. The exhaust system is stainless steel front to back. The shocks front and back have recently been replaced. The front end components look like they've been replaced not too long ago.
This is a legitimate, unabused muscle car. It appears to be very honest and solid. You can drive and enjoy your investment!
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