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1970 Dodge Challenger RT Convertible

  •  1 of Only 138 Produced
  •  Numbers Matching 383 Magnum
  •  4-Speed Pistol Grip
  •  FC7 Plum Crazy Metallic
  •  Power Brakes, Steering and Top

LMC is very proud to offer for sale this 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T Convertible.

The incredible popularity of the Dodge Challenger is unmistakable. The Dodge E-body has often been regarded as one of the best-looking designs to emerge from the muscle car era. As is often the case, in 1970 when the cars were new, convertibles were seen as too heavy for their real purpose, but today they have become the most sought after due to their rarity and in the case of the Challenger, their fantastic looks. Especially when combined with one of Dodge's High Impact Colors.

This 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T Convertible left the Hamtramck, Michigan Assembly Line on December 12. Powered by the numbers matching 383 Magnum engine with a 4-speed Pistol Grip manual transmission, it is 1 of only 138 1970 Challenger R/T Convertibles produced with the 383 and 4-speed combo. It left the factory with the highly desirable “high impact” FC7 Plum Crazy Metallic paint, which cost an extra $14 at the time of purchase. This R/T has many desirable options such as; a power convertible top, power brakes, power steering, Woodgrain Console, Rallye Instrument Cluster Package, Light Package, Black Vinyl Bucket Seats, Dual Chrome Tip Exhausts, Sport Hood, and AM Radio with 8 Track. Today, the Challenger is in wonderful condition with the paint shining very well and the interior equally as nice. The detailed engine bay looks clean and correct as well does the undercarriage. The power steering, brakes, and top ensure that this Challenger R/T can be driven without much effort, to provide a joyful experience behind the wheel of such an iconic American Muscle car.

This is a very rare American icon, with only 138 being produced with this combination. Loaded with desirable options, and a spectacular FC7 Plum Crazy Metallic Paint, this Challenger R/T Convertible is the perfect car for the Mopar enthusiast who can appreciate the rarity and collectability of such a car.



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For Canadian Residents, Price + Applicable Taxes + Applicable Licensing Fees. All Prices in USD's.

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