Burnt Orange wasn't part of that palette, but it sure looks juicy on this 1970 Charger R/T. This coupe has been repainted, but it's all accurate, including the black stripes and the vinyl top. The cool thing about 1970s Mopars is that they often came with a matching interior.
This is one of those cars, sporting brown, orange-like interior with chrome accents and wood trim on the dashboard and the center console. Hot and classy at the same time.
But the really big deal here is that this R/T boasts a number-matching 440 V8. Yeah, it's not the almighty 426 Hemi, but the 7.2-liter Magnum is nothing to sneeze at 375 horsepower. The engine mates to a three-speed TorqueFlite automatic and comes with options like power steering and power brakes.
Just like the exterior and the interior, the engine bay looks impressively clean. And the seller recently changed the master cylinder and booster.
The car is advertised to run and drive perfectly and that's no surprising given its concours-ready condition. A two-owner car, it comes with lots of paperwork and the odo shows only 25,242 miles (40,623 km).
But clean-looking Chargers like this aren't cheap. This orange coupe is being offered by "bluestaronbay" on eBay and the bidding is at $50,100 with three days to go. And I wouldn't be surprised if the price goes beyond the $60,000 mark.