1970 DODGE Challenger Drag Street Show Muscle Classic Rare hellcat copo srt

1971 Dodge Challenger R/T Badging

Technical specifications of Dodge Challenger 1971

Price: US $35,000.00
Item location: Manchester, New Hampshire, United States
Make: Dodge
Model: Challenger
SubModel: R/T Badging
Type: 2 Door
Trim: R/T
Year: 1971
Mileage: 100,000
VIN: JH23H0B189708
Color: Plum Crazy
Power options: Power Windows
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: 904 Automatic
Drive type: Rear Wheel Drive
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

1970 DODGE CHALLENGER R/T Badging NOSTALGIA SUPER STOCK DRAG RACE CAR STREET OR STRIP After retiring in 2002 from the telephone industry the previous owner (The Original Bandito Dodge Racing Inc. ) started looking for another Mopar to fill in spare time when not working at Bandimere Speedway as an SFI certified tech official. In the summer of 2004 a 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T - F/SA - G/SA class car was found in MN. it had been sitting for several years. stored in a heated garage. A deal was made and the car was moved to Colorado checked over and tested at Bandimere Speedway to see how competitive it would be in the thin air of Denver. This was testing only before going into a rebuild / upgrade stage and total restoration back to its hay days of the 1970's. Boy did they take on a mess. once they started you can only keep going to reach the end result. BAD MOVE . Car was tested in Denver CO as a G/SA - 2004. @ 5. 60' with ET's in the 12. 70's @ 109. 98 in 2004 ----------------------------------- Born a 1970 Dodge Challenger RT "Plum Crazy Purple" car equipped with a 340/275 hp motor. 904 transmission & a 8-3/4" rear end. Life as a cruiser was short lived in the early 70's. soon it was seeing drag racing duties at local strips in the area of MN. As time passed the car has gone through difference stages of being updated to meet the demands of service as a race car. This information should have been a WARNING SIGN that the parts could need replacement after years of hard service. As you view these notes you will find that what you look at and what you really have just purchased may not be the same. In this case he found that anything from major parts to the body parts were not as good a condition as thought. Specs 2005 Being from MN it had some rust damage requiring replacement of the trunk floor pan and a few very small holes under the drivers feet area. One dent was found in the floor pan where the driveshaft had got loose before having the required driveshaft loop added. These areas have been corrected once years of dirt. rubber and under coating was removed with media blasting. The front 'K' members were bead blasted and painted with black POR-15 paint. new bushings. bearings. seals and drum brakes replaced with Wildwood discs brakes (better stopping and dropped 52 lbs. off the front end Taking the car from its earlier technology to today's standards included suspension changes and the installation of a Cal Trac system with mono springs moved inward to make room for larger width tires. This meant mini tubs had to be built in as well as a firewall between the passenger compartment and trunk for the battery and fuel cell. Car testing in Denver CO at Bandimere's Speedway - now in NHRA Pro ET. with corrected altitude of 8. 50' - ET's in the low 11. 80's @ 116. 00's for 2005. 2006 With the upgrading to today's tech knowledge completed the vehicle is ready for fine tuning of motor. suspension and driver duties to make car perform as it has in past years. This has turned out to be more expensive than originally planned on when purchased. Be aware of what you are buying when looking at a used vehicle. In the case of this race car the history of the vehicle's activity for the number of years run in competition should have been a warning of parts being stressed or just worn out. 2007 Car testing in Denver CO at Bandimere's Speedway - now in NHRA PRO ET. with corrected altitude of 8. 50' - ET's in the high 11. 60's @ 116. 00's for 2006. When purchased the car's weight was 3425 lb. w/o driver. after rebuild & upgrades it sits at 3125 lb. w/o driver. This is an all steel car with only a fiberglass hood. pretty light for a NHRA/IHRA/NMCA legal E-Body street car. Factory Options SEE: http://bandit. g. tripod. com/ This car came from MN. yes there was rust problems 1@#$%^ We ended up with a complete tear down and restoration that cost more than I wanted to spend. once started you can't look at costs. This was a complete restoration and updating of this vehicle. "Holeshot Automotive" left no bolt unturned. everything was taken apart cleaned. repaired or replaced. $$$$$$ BODY - The car was completely restored from the ground up on a rotisserie with any questionable parts replaced. The undercarriage: painted *Plum Crazy* Purple [POR-15] (better than powder coating) & fully detailed. Exterior: *[FK7] Plum Crazy* Purple paint with (7) coats of *clear coat* applied - clean. straight & looks great. only needs final wet sanding & polish! Interior: aluminum dash with AutoMeter gauges. original door panels have been refreshed. new weather stripping. new headliner. new carpet & bucket seats. The glass is in great shape along with all the stainless steel. chrome trim & bumpers. The body is straight as an arrow - a real head turner getting compliments everywhere it goes. Mods MOTOR: 340 in small block Mopar. Block: Mopar “R3” race block with 2 bolt Billet caps. Deck Height: 9. 00” Bore: 4. 070” Stroke: 3. 31” Crank: Mopar steel Rods: GRP aluminum rods. ARP 2000 cap screws Pistons: JE forged. 13. 2-1 comp. - . 030 over - Tool steel pins. Rings: C&A file fit Oil Pan: Milodon 7 Qt Oil Pump: Melling Pickup: Milodon Damper: Fluidamper Balance: Internal Camshaft: Comp Cams #CRS 310C-R6 Lifters: Comp Cams roller lifters Pushrods: Custom Timing Chain: Gear drive Timing Cover: Mopar Water Pump: Moroso Electric Head Gaskets: Fel Pro 1008 Cylinder Heads: Mopar W2 (ported & polished) Valve Springs: Comp Cams Retainers: CV Products Chrome Moly Locks: CV Products Chrome Moly Seals: Fel Pro 11/32” Rubber Seat Cups: None Rocker Arms: Comp Cams Pro S. Steel 1. 5:1 Valve Covers: Mopar Cast Aluminum Intake Manifold: Victor W2 Single Plane Manifold Gaskets: Mr. Gasket Ultra seal Carburetor: B. G. Race Demon / 775 cfm w/slvs Distributor: MSD Distributor / 6-AL ignition with 2 step system DRIVE TRAIN MOPAR engine builder *Geoff Whyte* 343 inch [R3] Small Block. 13. 2-1 compression. ported and polished W2 heads. runs on 112 race fuel. Chrome TTI headers. 3 in. Flow Master mufflers. TCI 4500 converter. TCI line-lock & shifter. TCI reverse valve body in a 904 automatic *Shaw Racing Transmissions* product. *Mark Williams* 8-3/4 in. rear end parts w/Strange spool - 4. 88 Zoom gears & an extra third member setup the same w/4. 56 gears. housing painted with [POR-15] black. Mopar Performance equipped. etc. - all the best parts. The car has been tubbed 3 inches to allow proper clearance for new 30X11. 5 Good Year Eagle slicks. new 28X4 Mickey Thompson drag front tires. The bottom edge of front fender wells have been modified to except larger tires to work the timing lights. Centerline wheels. Complete rebuilt on front suspension with poly bushings & [POR-15] black paint. rear suspension is by Cal Trac Systems using their advanced lowering kit to keep car low & mean. This car does not have the old super stock stance. now having the Pro Stock car profile. Wilwood front discs. new drum rear brakes. Painless wiring kit with fuse box located in glove box compartment for ease of access. Two stage ignition with button located on left side of brake pedal for more consistent times. From their 2007 testing in Denver at a mile high we had a best of 11. 68 ET @ 119. 67 mph. Later the same year in Salt Lake City at lower level with more moisture we had a best of 11. 28 ET @ 121. 10 mph. They were pleased with the performance of this little 343 cubic inch small block being able to push a street legal 3125 lb car this fast. This 1970 DODGE Challenger R/T was limited production car. E-Body Mopars have become very hard to find! Full restoration has been completed & is now rust free! The floors & frame are rock solid. The rear lower quarter panels have had steel patch panels installed. It features a now flawless body painted [FK7] Plum Crazy. with a Black Bucket seat interior! The paint and body are in excellent condition & Laser Straight! Over all this is a Awessome car for a great price! Could easily be converted back to a street car. No Disappointments here! If you are looking for a 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T! Street or Strip! This is the car you have been waiting for! Asking $35. 00 Offers Considered. Our vehicles for sale or auction offer our customers the best in pre-owned classic cars. You can buy with confidence and SAVE $ $ $ ! & TAKE ME HOME. We at Ron's Toy Shop Inc. work very hard to accurately describe our vehicles through text descriptions and elaborate photos. You are bidding on a pre-owned vehicle! Any used vehicle can have normal wear and blemishes. Before placing a bid or offer please read the descriptions thoroughly and view all pictures. We are happy to help you! For more information please call 603-731-3155 This Classic Car is offered as is as shown. with all defects known and unknown. We ask that you please come and inspect this vehicle prior to placing a bid or offer. Local pickup only. Thanks for Looking!

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