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“Most Documented” Dodge Charger Goes Under the Hammer

Any of you fancy 1970s Mopars? Well, then you’d better find that piggy bank and a hammer because a very special HEMI-powered Dodge Charger is about to be auctioned at the Mecum Auction scheduled next month.
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What’s so special about this Charger? Glad you asked. Built in 1970, this red musclecar is one of only 56 HEMI Chargers built that year with a four-speed manual transmission. Not enough? OK, then you should know it’s one of just ten HEMI Chargers that were sold with the R/T SE package, including Cragar rims and Parnelli Jones tires.

And that’s not all! Hemmings claims this specific vehicle is the world’s most documented HEMI car, with the owner even having the complete paperwork from the dealership the car was originally sold by. We don’t know how much this car is worth, but we do expect it to fetch over $200,000.

We’ll just have to wait about three weeks to find out, as the Mecum Action at the Indiana State Fairgrounds is scheduled to take place from May 14 through May 19. Until then, enjoy a few pictures with these rare, gorgeous HEMI in our photo gallery section below.

Story via StreetLegalTV


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