This is what Mopar dreams are made of. After all, this 1970 Dodge Charger has an awesome color combo, a feature-filled interior, classic intimidating lines, and oh yeah, a monstrous 440 V8 under the hood. So you'd be Plum Crazy if you didn't want this one already.
The look of this car really gets it right. Plum Crazy is from Dodge's iconic High Impact colors, and it's been upgraded later in life. So it has the kind of vibrant presence to live up to its namesake. Plus, the premium white vinyl roof is matched with the sporty white bumblebee stripe on the rear. While the colors are awesome, we also know you already want this because it's one of the baddest classic muscle cars out there. Dodge went all-out in '70 on this hardtop with simulated louvers on the hood and doors. There's also the flying buttress rear, sporty curve of the rear fenders, and a well-integrated spoiler. We all love the hidden headlight front that's surrounded by the chrome front bumper. It gives this Charger the look like it's out to inhale lesser cars in its way. If you look closely, the classic Mag-style wheels are actually larger 17-inch modern alloys.
Inside is more of the best of Mopar. Black is always a great muscle car style, and the high-back bucket seat looks to have been reupholstered recently. In-between is a center console with wood-like trim and a floor shift. It's a full-size hardtop with room for family and friends, but this kind of setup makes sure the driver always feels like the king no matter how many people are along for the ride. The classic Mopar steering wheel feels grippy in your hands, and beyond that is the sporty Rallye-style gauges.
Under the hood is what we all want to see. The 440 cubic-inch V8 is the largest displacement of the era, and so it makes these kings of the street. Plus, this one inhales deeply with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and (rarely-seen) Edelbrock Streetmaster intake. It exhales with added authority as Hooker headers add even more power while contributing to the thunder of the dual exhaust. The whole package fires up nicely and runs strong, so you can tell there was care taken with this muscle Mopar. Plus, the Torqueflite A727 three-speed is stout enough to handle all the power with also delivering automatic transmission comfort. Add in power steering, power brakes, and grippy modern tires provided by the wheel upgrade, and you can see this one really has everything you want.
This is a true dream Mopar, and if you're quick enough, it can be a reality in your garage. Call now!