js27

1967 Plymouth GTX, 440-Auto–3:23 sure grip. Restored to original numbers matching and date coding thru out. Color is 881 Blue Metallic with Black Interior. Owned since 1992.

Type: Plymouth GTX
Member Since: March 24, 2002
Location: South Carolina

6PKRTSE

Here is my 1970 Charger R/T S.E. 440 sixpack car. It is loaded with almost every option except a sun roof. A/C, cruise control, power brakes, power steering, power windows, power antenna, trunk release and am/8-track radio.

Type: Dodge Charger R/T
Member Since: May 28, 2002
Location: Motor City

MEK-Dangerfield

This car started life as a “base” model 1970 Dodge Challenger, with a 383, and wearing plumb crazy purple. By the time I bought it, it was no longer numbers matching, so I took liberties and made this the best of what a 70 and 71 Challenger would look like combined. It is highly optioned…

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Type: Challenger
Member Since: January 25, 2002
Location: Glen Burnie, Maryland

Rare_T_A

After finding this T/A we spent 3 years restoring it. The is an all numbers matching car, except for the transmission. Since then we have enjoyed showing it as well as cruising. The car has been it a Muscle Car Museum for about 3 years as well as feathered in Muscle Car Motion Magazine. I…

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Type: Challenger T/A
Member Since: May 10, 2002
Location: Fargo, ND

StrOkEr

My 72 Challenger started life as a little ol 318 and has been completely upgraded to a Ray Barton 500 CID Stroker motor! Started with a bare block and all new parts were given to her.. The car has been given a very nice resto taking 3 1/2 years giving credit to all the members…

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Type: Challenger
Member Since: January 14, 2004
Location: Pennsylvania

70challengerrt

I purchased it in august of 2005 and had it on the road spring of 2006. The car was completly rust free. It also is an u code R/T four speed car. The guy I purchased the car from had it sitting, you know the some day story. From the previous owners it sounds like…

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Type: Challenger
Member Since: February 12, 2006
Location: Green Bay Wisconsin

scf100

I bought this car in Jan 2006 and its identical to the one I had in high school in 1977. The only difference is this one is Top Banana Yellow and my old one was white. This car unfortunately had most of the rare SE trim removed when it was mildly restored in the early…

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Type: Challenger R/T SE
Member Since: January 25, 2006
Location: Georgia

js27

1970 Challenger R/T Convertible. Original 383 now 440–9.7 comp.–Edelbrock RPM—750 Holley—512 Lunati Cam–MSD Pro Billit and 6AL box–hooker headers–Moroso 8 Qt pan with high volume pump–3500 Dynamic converter—4:10 sure grip All original rust free sheet medal & chrome Original colors–Hemi Orange with Saddle Tan leather interior-white top & stripes      

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NZ440R/T

1970 Dodge Challenger R/T 440ci-4bbl Magnum (400hp/500lbs-ft) 6-Speed Gear Vended TorqueFlite-727 8-3/4 Suregrip LSD with 3:91 gears (Overdrive = 3:05) All Numbers Matching Engine was fully rebuilt with a 0.30 bore all new parts tti 1-7/8″ Ceramic coated headers with thermal barrier insides and 2″ collectors tti 2-1/2″ exhaust system with X-Pipe Dynomax Super Turbo…

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Pink Panther

The car is a 1973 Dodge Challenger. Originally a 340 4 barrel, it now sports a 340 6 pack and has a 4 speed with pistol grip. We purchased the car in Sacramento California as it is seen today. We originally went to look at a 70 Dodge Dart swinger, but low and behold, this…

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