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1970 Dodge Charger R/T Flexes Original 440 Six-Pack With a Catch

The 1970 Dodge Charger R/T 440 Six-Pack is a monster, there’s no doubt about it. Simply hearing the engine makes so many car aficionados out there go bananas in just a second.
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If you too are a fan of the Six-Pack sound, here’s something you’re going to love: a 1970 Dodge Charger R/T 440 is now listed for sale, and you can be the one taking it home if you win the auction.

Before anything, we think it’s important to hear the engine. Just scroll down to the video embedded at the end of the article, hit play, and then come back.

Now that you know what we’re talking about, here’s what you should know about this Charger.

First and foremost, the car features a color combination you could hardly find these days. It’s painted in Bright Red, uses a white vinyl top, and comes with a black interior. Sure, they’re not in their best condition overall, but with the right fixes, this Charger can definitely become a head-turner. There’s some rust and there, but really now, there are so many rust buckets out there eventually getting fixed, so nothing should stop the owner of this Charger from bringing it back in tip-top shape.

However, you should still inspect everything thoroughly on this Charger, just to be sure you make an informed decision when buying it.

The matching numbers Dodge comes with a 440 (7.2L) engine that starts and runs, as you can see in the video below. But on the other hand, the owner says they installed a single carburetor to get the engine up and running, though the original Six Pack magic is still around if you want it. And of course, you’ll want it, as a full restoration of this Charger wouldn’t make any sense without the Six Pack anyway.

Everything on the car is said to be working, and the odometer indicates 57,660 miles (92,794 km).

Listed on eBay by seller brijomicha, the Charger is seemingly getting a lot of love, as over 37 bids have already been sent in the last couple of days. At the time of writing, the top one is at $36,500, and with the auction set to end in six days, there’s a chance the price goes even higher.



Editor's note: This article was not sponsored or supported by a third party.

 
 
 
 
 

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