With its slick triple-black appearance and big 440 V8 with a Six-Pack to back it up, this 1970 Dodge Charger R/T Tribute is the ultimate expression of a muscle Mopar. And with upgrades to the suspension and a five-speed stick, this is the classic hardtop that is about both show and go.
Let's start with the paint you can't take your eyes off of. Black is arguably the best-looking color on these Chargers - especially when you can see they took extra time to give you a quality .....
application. This smooth style adds sophistication to the aggression, and the same can be said about the black vinyl roof. And this also has plenty of powerful details. The hood pins, wide exhaust tips, integrated rear spoiler, and upgraded stance from Torq Thrust wheels with an extra wide rear set give this plenty of attitude. Plus, the simulated vents on the doors and hood of this R/R tribute add to the overall intimidation factor. Of course, what really makes this Charger such a great outlaw is the front end with hidden headlights and a big chrome surround. It makes these mean Mopars look like they are out to inhale all the lesser cars on the road.
The black interior joins the exterior paint and roof to give you the awesome triple-black upgrade. And just like the exterior, the mean style comes with a touch or premium. That's why you have everything from classic wood-like trim to the rarely-seen power windows feature. There are even provisions for air conditioning (it's running modern R134a refrigerant, but the system will need servicing to blow cold again.) This makes for a nice car to share with others, but the focus will always be on the driver. You get an upgraded set of high-back front bucket seats, a wood-rimmed sports steering wheel, and a full gauge package with a tic-toc-tach. Plus, that Hurst pistol-grip shifter is practically an icon all on its own.
The engine bay is filled with 440 cubic inches of big block power. And the big air grabber on top announces that this big daddy motor is also topped with the triple set of dual-barrel carburetors. Oh yeah, you have been upgraded to a 440 Six-Pack Mopar! The engine bay looks clean and ready to show off. It also makes it easy to spot nice upgrades like Mopar finned valve covers, electronic ignition, aluminum radiator, and headers feeding the dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers. This makes for a strong and powerful package, and you get to harness it fully thanks to the upgraded control of a five-speed manual transmission. The upgrades are also about making this one feel confident and easy on the road. So you have power steering, power brakes, and thick sway bars front & rear.
This is the impressive kind of classic Charger that can eat the streets and probably take home some awards, too. That's what a triple-black Six-Pack Mopar is all about. Don't miss out, call today!