1970 Factory Sunroof Charger R/T - Go-Wing Mango Orange - Documented 1 of 8 Rare

1970 Dodge Charger

Technical specifications of Dodge Charger 1970

Price: -
Item location: Richardson, Texas, United States
Make: Dodge
Model: Charger
Year: 1970
Mileage: 1500
VIN: XS29U0G189150
Color: Orange
Number of cylinders: 8
Power options: Sunroof, Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Windows
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Burnt Orange
Options: Sunroof
Vehicle Title: Clean
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Car description

1970 Sunroof Charger R/T

For Sale by Private Owner

Might consider trade for special car of equal value.

Very Rare Mopar - 1 of 8 (Documented)

Fully documented and certified 1970 Factory Sunroof Dodge Charger R/T.

This is a Stunning ScatPack Mopar that you can DRIVE anywhere / anytime without fear of it breaking down or leaving you stranded like a lot of high-dollar classic cars that recently went through a restoration.

Very dependable and fun to drive !

This car never sleeps outside or in the rain, but I drive it on nice sunny days and the wife and I enjoy taking out on long cruises.

These photos were NOT taken in a car dealer's photo booth like many of the cars on Ebay today, they were taken outside about 10 milesfromour house on a Texas back road this November.

She actually looks like this nice in person -up close.

Flawless Paint !

Factory Documented Options:

440 4-BBL / A/C / Bucket Seat / 727 Automatic Transmission / Go-Wing Spoiler / Performance Black-Out Hood Treatment / Bumble Bee Stripe / Power Windows / Power Brakes / Cruise / Burnt Orange Interior / more

Engine: Correct 440 Engine Block and Date Code for the build date. F440 HP (Professionally built and over 500 miles since rebuild)

Trans: Correct 727 (Professionally built and over 500 miles since rebuild)

Rear Diff:Factory8.75 3:23 Sure Grip (489 Case)

Drive Shaft: Professionally Balanced and new U-Joints

Suspension: Brand New - New Alignment - Goes straight down highway with no issues.

AC/Heat: Both work Amazing

Radio: WorksGreat

Wipers, Lights, Signals, Horn,Brakes, Cooling System,Headlight Doors, etc.. all work great.

Production figures:in 1970, Dodge built the same number of Charger HEMIs as they did Sunroof R/Ts (112 total).

Dodge built a total of 112 Charger R/Ts with a Power Sunroof in 1970.
They also only built 112 Hemi cars in 1970.

Few sunroof cars survived and only 8 remain in the Registry, this is car #4 of 8 and this is documented in Galen’s report and Registry Certificate.

Please do your own research and you’ll see that there are many other aspects about this car that make it even more rare.These historic cars are very well documented and there is plenty of data from multiple sources.

Inspected and Documented:

This car has been physically inspected, certified and documented by Galen Govier and entered into the registry.The new owner will receive a ton of documentation and photos.

I have the original fender tag & broadcast sheet.

The new owner will receive (2) Fender Tags:

I keep an exact reproduction fender tag on the car fender apron.

I keep the original fender tag stored in my safe.I have heard about several Fender Tags being stolen at car shows, parking lots, etc.. and did not want to risk it.

--> If any serious bidders would like to have a professional mechanic inspect, document and drivethis car, I would gladly coordinate and make it happen. There are several local Dodge Dealers and a few classic/antique carexperts within 20 miles that havereputable mechanics or you could locate your own. Just let me know.

Absolutely beautiful rotisserie restoration (top and bottom).
The photos and personal inspection will prove it.

I tried restoring this car to be as factory original as possible, using the original metal and interior parts this car was born with (where possible) and when that was not possible, I searched for NOS original parts.For instances where I could not find original NOS parts, I searched for new reproduction parts that would improve the reliability and drivability of this car but keep the factory appearance.

I personally do not care for the resto-mod look.

My opinion: This is a perfect daily driver and capable of making (has made)several long-haul trips with no issues.Over 500 miles on this car last summer in the Texas heat with zero issues.

Very high-quality paint & body work is amazing to any standards and was performed by a life-long Mopar Professional.Bottom of car is painted and detailed as nice as the top.Nothing is hidden, the restoration and body work was photographed along the way.

My goal was to make this car "appear" Factory Spec 1970 raw Mopar Muscle but very reliable and not break down on you when you take the wife out for a date (it's happened to us all).

Having said that, I took the decision to make a few technical upgrades to make it a safe dependable driver with upgraded A/C, Brakes, Suspension, Holley Carb, Sunroof, Engine, etc.. so you can enjoy it without causing the typical classic-car problems.

She appears Factory Original and does NOT look like a modern RESTOMOD.
It still retains the cool, original look of the 70's.

Fender Tag Data:
26 END
N88 P31 R21 V21 V8X
H51 J25 J45 J81 M21 M31
B51 C21 C55 G31 G33
EK2 C6K4 FK5 211 M99220
E86 D32 XS29 UOG 1891xx
FT Decoded as follows:
E86 Engine 440 4 Barrel with 3.55 Automatic sure grip 675 built
D32 Automatic Transmission With 440 4bbl
XS29 Charger R/T
U0G U=440 4BBL 0=1970 G=Built in St. Louis
1891xx VIN Sequence
EK2 Paint Go Mango** 431 built 4.6% Paint - Hi Impact Chrysler Paint AY2EK2
C6K4 Vinyl Bucket Seats Burnt Orange 675 built 7.2% Color keyed interior
FK5 Door frame Dark Burnt Orange Metallic 881 built 9.4% Chrysler Paint AY2FK5
211 Feb 11, 1970
M99220 M99=Factory Sunroof 220= Sunroof built on Feb 20 112 built - 1.2%
B51 Brakes Power 3317 built 35.4% $42.95
C21 Center Armrest 1218 built 13.0% $54.45
C55 Bucket Seats
G31 Mirror Outside RH Manual Standard Type 75 built 0.8% $6.85
G33 Mirror Outside LH Remote Type Chrome 6531 built 69.7% $10.45
H51 Air Conditioning with front heater 4301 built 45.9% $357.65
J25 3-Speed Wipers
J45 Hood Pins 3205 built 34.2% $15.40
J81 Spoiler Rear 197 built 2.1% N/A Became available October 20, 1969
M21 Drip Rail Moulding
M31 Body Belt Moulding
N88 Auto Speed Control 403 built 4.3% $57.95
P31 Power Windows 806 built 8.6% $105.20
R21 Solid State Radio AM/FM 5.5 Watt 937 built 10.0% $134.95
V21 Paint Performance Hood 169 Built 1.8%
V8X Bumblebee Tape Stripe - Black
26 26” Radiator

Even if you disregard the very rare (1 of 112) factory Sunroof option,this car still stands out as a very rare Mopar based on the other options documented below:

J81 Rear Go-Wing Spoiler (2.1 %)

G31 Right-Hand Mirror (.8%)

EK2 High-Impact Go-Mango Paint (4.6%)

V21 Performance Hood Treatment (1.8%)

M99 (M51) Factory Power Sunroof (1.2%)

Galen’s in-person inspection report, Registry Certificate and other certifying documents will be provided to the new owner.

Previous owner provenance is documented.
Clear Texas Title
The restoration was documented and photographed.
The car is located in North Texas.
Many more photos available for anyone interested.
Thank You
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I would consider trades of equivalent value:
A12 Mopar, 71 Cuda, Hemi RR or Cuda, Rare Hemi Project Car, etc..

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