1970 Dodge Challenger R/T V-Code 440 “Six-Pack”


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Numbers matching V-Code 440 “Six-Pack”
Factory FC7 Plum Crazy paint
Rotisserie restoration
Factory Ram Charger hood
440 cid V-8 engine, 390 HP, 3X2-barrel Holley carburetors, 727 automatic transmission, torsion bar independent front suspension with shock absorbers, live rear axle with semi-elliptic rear leaf springs, power-assisted front disc brakes with drum brakes to the rear; wheelbase: 110”
For the perfect blend of high horsepower with street smarts, nothing could match the selection of the 440 Magnum topped off with the Six-Pack intake. Introduced mid-year 1969, this engine was a force to be reckoned with for both the driver and those who dared to challenge the results this machine could post. With the compact new package, it could go from 0-to-60 in 6.2 seconds and could tear up a quarter-mile strip in just 13.7 seconds. Just 17,549 Challenger R/T hardtops were produced, which included 3,753 Sport Hardtops, and relatively few of those opted for the awesome V-code 390 HP 440/Six-Pack V-8.

If the roaring of a high horsepower engine combined with the sleek new design was not enough to turn heads, Dodge upped the stakes with the introduction of high-impact colors usually reserved for its most potent vehicles. One of the most sought-after colors by collectors today are the genuine Plum Crazy examples and this superb Challenger R/T was born with this exceptional paint as evident by the letters “FC7” on the fender tag. This R/T hardtop was treated to a full “nut and bolt” restoration where everything was inspected and rebuilt as needed, from the front-end and steering system to the rear suspension, including a complete examination and maintenance as required for the rugged Dana 4.10:1 rear axle, a vital part of the 440 Six-Pack package. Atop the numbers matching 440 V-8, which is mated to its original transmission, is a trio of specially designed Holley carburetors that were rebuilt to perform in perfect harmony with each other as this R/T takes to the road. Outings have been rare since completion in an attempt preserve its beauty. However, this machine stands ready to serve its next owner with unwavering and dependable performance.



1970 Dodge Challenger R/T V-Code 440 “Six-Pack”
$ 16,800.00
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Numbers matching V-Code 440 “Six-Pack”
Factory FC7 Plum Crazy paint
Rotisserie restoration
Factory Ram Charger hood
440 cid V-8 engine, 390 HP, 3X2-barrel Holley carburetors, 727 automatic transmission, torsion bar independent front suspension with shock absorbers, live rear axle with semi-elliptic rear leaf springs, power-assisted front disc brakes with drum brakes to the rear; wheelbase: 110”
For the perfect blend of high horsepower with street smarts, nothing could match the selection of the 440 Magnum topped off with the Six-Pack intake. Introduced mid-year 1969, this engine was a force to be reckoned with for both the driver and those who dared to challenge the results this machine could post. With the compact new package, it could go from 0-to-60 in 6.2 seconds and could tear up a quarter-mile strip in just 13.7 seconds. Just 17,549 Challenger R/T hardtops were produced, which included 3,753 Sport Hardtops, and relatively few of those opted for the awesome V-code 390 HP 440/Six-Pack V-8.

If the roaring of a high horsepower engine combined with the sleek new design was not enough to turn heads, Dodge upped the stakes with the introduction of high-impact colors usually reserved for its most potent vehicles. One of the most sought-after colors by collectors today are the genuine Plum Crazy examples and this superb Challenger R/T was born with this exceptional paint as evident by the letters “FC7” on the fender tag. This R/T hardtop was treated to a full “nut and bolt” restoration where everything was inspected and rebuilt as needed, from the front-end and steering system to the rear suspension, including a complete examination and maintenance as required for the rugged Dana 4.10:1 rear axle, a vital part of the 440 Six-Pack package. Atop the numbers matching 440 V-8, which is mated to its original transmission, is a trio of specially designed Holley carburetors that were rebuilt to perform in perfect harmony with each other as this R/T takes to the road. Outings have been rare since completion in an attempt preserve its beauty. However, this machine stands ready to serve its next owner with unwavering and dependable performance.



Additional information

Make: Dodge
Model: Challenger R/T
Year: 1970
Doors: 2
Mileage: 84162
Transmission: Automatic
Interior Color: Black
Exterior Color: Plum Crazy
Vehicle Identification Number: JS23V0B111193
United States, California, Sacramento
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