SOLD : • True V-Code 440 Six Pack Challenger R/T • 1 of 61 produced with 4-speed transmission • Rare High Impact Go Mango • Documented with the original broadcast sheet • Concourse nut and bolt restoration • Matching numbers 440/390 HP V-8 engine • Three 2-barrel carburetors • Dual exhaust • 4-speed manual transmission • Dana 60 rear end • A33 Track Package • Power brakes • Hood pins • Black leather bucket seat interior • Power convertible top • Hurst Pistol Grip shifter • Rallye instrument cluster • SE trim group • Simulated woodgrain steering wheel • Tinted glass • Locking fuel door • Chrome driver's mirror • Goodyear polyglas tires • Rallye wheels • Dave Wise visual inspection completed November 2016 The tongue-in-cheek Go Mango name for Chrysler paint code EK2 aptly fits this 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T convertible. After all, the Challenger was Detroit’s latest—and actually final new—muscle-car platform release, and Dodge offered no less than 11 possible engines under the hood that year. Just one step below the Hemi was the new 440/390 HP Six Pack, featuring a trio of Holley carburetors atop a rugged RB-block with reworked performance internals. What is being presented here is a V-code Six Pack convertible out of almost 1000 R/T convertibles built that year, only 61 came with the 440 Six Pack and 4-speed driveline, and even fewer exist today. This top-quality restoration is finished in extra-cost High Impact Go Mango paint while still retaining its matching-numbers 440 Six Pack engine. The driveline, of course, features the engine with dual exhaust and an unsilenced air cleaner, backed by the A33 Track Pak, which added the 4-speed, a 3.54:1-ratio 9¾-inch Dana Sure Grip differential, 7-blade torque-drive fan and a 26-inch performance radiator. Power brakes were optioned onto the car as well. The car has the desirable black-leather bucket seat interior, simulated wood-grain steering wheel, Hurst Pistol Grip shifter, power convertible top and a Rallye instrument cluster with 150 MPH speedometer and in-dash tach. From the outside one can see the sport hood with 440 Six Pack callouts and accompanying hood pins, R/T badging, tinted glass, a swing-open locking fuel door, a chrome driver's mirror and chrome exhaust tips. The final touches on this machine are the Goodyear Polyglas tires riding on 15-inch Rallye wheels. Dodge made Challenger R/T convertibles for just one year the car offered here is one of 61 4-speed 440 Six Pack convertibles ever produced and presents in highly desirable Go Mango High Impact paint.
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