A friend of mine has a mini-yard going where he and his partner keep their parts cars. It looks like they may be losing the space, though, and if that's the case most of what's there has to be sold. One of the cars he's got is a '70 Challenger. Typical basket case E-body, needing floors, trunk, extensions, rear rails, quarters, fenders, etc. It's really just a shell at this point, other than the rear valance. It was completely parted during the early '90s and there's not a hell of a lot left.
The car is an oddball, at least to me. It was a V2 car with a white bucket interior. It's not an R/T, but it's a 383HP car (JH23N0B). Rallye hood, Rallye dash, HD suspension, big drums, all the R/T goodies. Think A66 car, but with a 383 Magnum. It had turndown exhaust, rather than the bright exhaust extensions and cutout valance (I've not seen the original one on this car reproduced yet--no cutouts or slots whatsoever, not even for bumper guards). It was built with Rallye wheels but I don't know the size for sure. My mind is fuzzy since I haven't seen the car in over a year, but it might have been a column shift. I can't swear to that. Mind you, virtually all the good stuff is gone except the leaf springs, front suspension, and oddball rear valance. The numbers engine was replaced with a 440 more than 30 years ago; so fuggedabahdit. The numbers trans might be hanging around somewhere, though. Unfortunately, though the fender tag and VIN are there and it has a clear title, according to the one partner (who first bought the car in original condition in 1976 or '77, again in '82 or '83, then again in '89) there was no build sheet ever found in the car. He claimed he had it apart more than once including stereo installations and a repaint, and it just wasn't there.
Neither one of the guys that own the car want to see it crushed, but one has no interest in repairing it and the other already has an even-worse '68 Charger project on his hands so it'll never happen (and he knows it). Is something like this even worth tackling, and if so, what's a fair price on such a, er, gem? I mean, it is an original HP car, but not an R/T. For you "one of" guys, my information tells me 949 non-R/T, non-SE Challengers were built with the 383 Magnum and automatic.