Super Rare 1970 Dodge Charger RT/SE numbers matching complete car!

1970 Dodge Charger R/T

Technical specifications of Dodge Charger 1970

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Item location: Winner, South Dakota, United States
Make: Dodge
Model: Charger
SubModel: SE
Type: Coupe
Trim: R/T
Year: 1970
Mileage: 99,999
VIN: XS29U0G208039
Color: Yellow
Engine size: 440-4
Number of cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

This is a very rare car! I have owned this car for over 20 years and has been stored inside. I sold my Dodge dealership recently and lost my storage so I must sell it. (The license plates and tags are from my old dealership) Production numbers are estimated to be less than 1500 total '70 Dodge Charger R/T - SE ever made!! When you consider the other options - it becomes one of the rarest American muscle cars ever made!!
These are the things I know for sure: It is a real R/T which means it came with the 440 Magnum 4 barrel engine, performance suspension, heavy duty brakes and a "bumble bee" stripe. It also has the SE trim package which included leather bucket seats, "simulated walnut sports-type steering wheel", pedal dress-up, light group, and map and utility pockets in the door panels. The R/T and SE packages were rarely ordered together!
Also rare is the "high impact" paint! It is estimated that less than 7% of all Charger R/T's were painted FY1 "Top Banana" yellow (otherwise known as Lemon Twist).
Even more rare is the option A32 "Super Performance Axle Package" which included the "Dana 60" 9.75" 4.10 ratio "sure grip" rear end, Hemi suspension, power disc brakes and HD cooling. (The rear end still has the tags) See the cool "bumble bee" stickers on the quarter windows? The factory put those on there to indicate the performance axle package!
What appears to be the original black vinyl roof is still in great condition. The car originally came with a black "bumble bee" tail stripe (not replaced when it was repainted years ago). What a striking color combination!!
How do I know all of this? Because the original "data plate" is still screwed to the left inner fender. This plate has all the important options and colors plus the VIN number, original build date (3-19-70) and more. Take a look at the picture of the page where I de-coded the data plate.
I also know that the last 6 numbers of the VIN are stamped on the engine block and transmission case making this a true "numbers matching" car. You can see the pictures of the stampings (not a very high quality job on the engine).
The original VIN plate is riveted to the original (cracked) dash and the original VIN sticker is still on the driver's door edge.
The car starts, runs and drives great! It could serve as a nice driver or restore it to original condition. It's very rare to find a car in this kind of complete condition. There is very little rust (a few small spots that appear to be surface only). The floor pans are even in excellent condition! The exterior trim is extremely nice, needing very little attention to look like new! The seats even appear to be original and usable. (We replaced the carpet 20 years ago) Door trim panels are very good except one small snag on the left quarter trim panel (repairable?). The headliner as some small mouse holes.
What I don't know for sure but can assume: I believe the car was wrecked very early in it's life (imagine that). There is evidence of front end damage under the hood. It appears that the body shop had to straighten the left inner fender and cowl area. The paint job was pretty typical for back then. The engine compartment was painted black instead of body color. The trim was poorly masked. There are runs in the paint and some surface rust coming through. I can't see evidence of body filler in the outer panels- but who knows? As you can see from the pictures, the body panels appear to be very good where they attach to the body floor. Inside the trunk shows that the quarter panels are very likely original. You can see where the factory masked off the side marker lamps and painted the undercoating before the paint was applied. The trunk floor even looks like it could be usable! There is some surface rust (from trunk leaks), but seems solid. Even the areas where the quarters meet the roof look good (an area that almost always has rust).
The odometer shows less than 60,000 miles, which is very possible given the condition of this car. However, I certainly wouldn't guarantee that!
Please feel free to ask any questions you might have or ask to have a picture taken of a certain area. I am fairly knowledgeable about "mopars" from all my years selling them and collecting them. I will not try to mislead you. I truly have nothing to hide. This car is a rare find and is indeed the real deal.

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