1970 Dodge Charger
Super Hard To Find Car
Very Solid Body
Desirable Bucket Seats & Floor Shift Console
Excellent Running 318
Brand New Fuel Tank & Sender
In the crazy market we live in today, finding a running & driving Charger is no easy job. They tend to fall into 2 camps. They are either completely restored or they have a tree growing through the hood and the body panels are 'dust in the wind'. Obviously this one isn't a virgin original metal beauty queen, however when it comes to Mopars and rust, this one can just about pull off a white-dress wedding.
It has a great running 318, the automatic goes into gear quickly (was just serviced) and the brakes work fine and have been recently serviced as well.
The electrical system will need some attention as there are the normal gremlins for the breed. Typically ground problems are the bulk of the issue so plan on becoming intimate with a brass brush & contact cleaner. The headlight motors, wiper motor and engine gauges (except for the Alternator) all need attention as they are not functioning properly.
The interior is original and pretty complete giving you an excellent platform for your build. The bucket seats and floor shift console are huge options.
Again, this is a great running car. It does need some attention before any street use, mainly on the electrical side of things. However, it is a super solid start to your next Charger adventure.
For Washington State residents only, A documentary service fee in an amount up to $150 may be added to the purchase price or capitalized cost.