The new Dodge Challenger came on the street scene in 1970 with a long list of special options. The beautiful introductory-year example being offered here is a true two-owner Hemi Challenger R/T showing less than 34,000 miles since new. Painted in EF8 Dark Green Metallic with a V9X Black Transverse stripe at the back, this standout vehicle presents an excellent investment opportunity to its next caretaker.
Of all the R/T options available in 1970, one of the most desirable is the Shaker hood, as this was discontinued, and most 1970 Hemi Challengers received the standard non-functional blister-type scalloped hood. This car, documented with three broadcast sheets and featuring original sheet metal, is one of the handful from 1970 with a Shaker hood. Now recognized as just one-of-one built to the specifications on its documentation, it was bought new in 1970 by a soldier stationed in Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
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