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Lot # ST0070

1970 Dodge

Challenger R/T

VIN: JS27U0B212993
2021 February
Run Day:
Body Color
Go Mango Orange
Interior Color
Body Style

1 of Only 34 440/4-Speed Convertibles

Vehicle Highlights
  • New York Registration Only
  • Original Sheet Metal, Numbers-Matching, Documented with an Original Broadcast Sheet, Fender Tag, VIN plate and Door Decal
  • 1 of only 34 1970 Challenger 440/4-Speed Convertibles Produced
  • Extra Cost High Impact K2- Go Mango Orange Paint
  • 39,399 Actual Miles / Not Branded on NY State Registration
  • Spent the First 40 Years of its Life in Colorado
  • Original 440 Cubic Inch Magnum V8 *Numbers Matching* Upgraded with SIX PACK Induction
  • Original A833 4-speed Manual Transmission *Numbers Matching*
  • Original Dana 60 Rear Axle with Original 3.54 Gears
  • Original Glass and OEM Trim.
  • Because of its Low Mileage, This Car Looks Freshly Restored.
  • Correct Go Mango Paint / Correct Performance Hood Treatment / Correct Longitudinal Stripes
  • Correct Black top
  • Correct White interior
  • Factory Power Steering
  • Sale Includes: An Original Broadcast Sheet / Paperwork that Authenticates the Car's Mileage and Ownership History
  • Sale Includes: A Complete WISE Report / Pre-Restoration Photos/ The Car's Original Air Cleaner, Carb, Intake & Distributor All Date Coded and Numbers Matching.
  • According to the Wise Report that's included with our sale, this Dodge's original Fender Tag breaks down as follows: / E86: 440 cubic inch V8 that utilizes one 4-barrel carburetor to produce 375 horsepower / D21: A833 4-speed manual transmission with Hurst shifter / JS: Dodge Challenger / 27: 2-door sports model / U: 440 cubic inch V8 that utilizes one 4-barrel carburetor to produce 375 horsepower / 0: 1970 model year (F series) / B: Assembled at Dodge Main in Hamtramck, Michigan / 212993: Production Sequence Number / EK2: High Impact Go Mango exterior paint / H: High trim grade / 6: Vinyl front seat / XW: White interior / 000: No upper door frame colors / C07: Scheduled for build on December 7th, 1969 / 102643: Vehicle Order Number / V3X: Black convertible roof / A01: Light Package = Ashtray Light, Glove Box Light, Trunk Light, Ignition Light w/ Time Delay, Map & Courtesy Light, Instrument Panel Flood Lamp w/ Time Delay, Headlight- On Warning Buzzer, Fender Mounted Turn Signal Indicators (Fender Turn Signals not included w/ RT or 340 Challengers) / A33: Track Pak Package = 3.54 Ratio in a 9 3/4 Dana Axle w/ Sure Grip, 7 Blade Torque Drive Fan, 26" Radiator w/ Shroud and Hemi Suspension Handling Package. Only Available in 440 & 426 Hemi w/ 4 Speeds / A62: = Trip odometer, 150 MPH Speedo, Instrument Panel Woodgrain, Heater Control Flood Light, Tachometer, Clock, Fuel, Oil, Temperature Gauges, Ammeter and 3 Speed / Variable Wipers w/ Electric Washers /C55: Bucket seats / G33: Chrome racing mirrors: left-hand remote, right-hand manual / J45: Hood pins / N41: Dual exhaust / N42: Chrome exhaust tips / N85: Tachometer / P37: Power convertible top / R11: 2-watt AM Music Master Radio / V21: Hood Performance Treatment / V6X: Sport stripes: Black R/T tape stripes / Y05: Build to U.S. specifications / 26: 26-inch radiator / EN1: End of codes (production line 1)

Additional Information From the Seller:

As far as investment grade vehicles go this must be considered one of the top muscle car contenders. An original MoPar big block 4 speed E Body convertible with high impact paint that is a fully documented, all original, numbers matching low mileage.

According to MoPar expert Dave Wise of MMC Detroit, this drop-top “is an exceptional example of an ultra-rare, highly documented semi-survivor 1970 Challenger R/T convertible”.

In addition to providing many pre-restoration photos, this Dodge's Wise Report makes many references to its originality. Perhaps one of the most predictable talking points is the car's mostly original sheet metal. Every panel on this Challenger is an original piece, with only the driver's quarter showing any signs of work at all. Naturally, that means the restoration-fresh Go Mango paint you see is the only re-spray the car has ever received. According to Dave Wise, this Challenger features all the right details, including original glass and OEM trim. The car's power-operated top was replaced, as were its correct Performance Hood Treatment and correct Black longitudinal stripes. And today, this clean Dodge rolls as one super slick brute that mixes reference grade authenticity with trophy-winning prowess! This car spent its first 40 years of life in Colorado.
Open the hood and you'll find an original, 440 cubic inch RB V8 that follows a correct 2536430 casting number and October 31st, 1969 casting date with a matching partial VIN. And, aesthetically, the bright engine bay presents as expected, from its correct decals and original oil pan all the way to its factory inspection marks. It has been upgraded with a date coded factory correct SIX PACK induction. All the original 4 barrel components and distributor come with the car if the new owner wishes to convert back.

Behind the big block, an original A833 4-speed hangs a matching VIN above a correct assembly stamp. That stalwart gearbox powers an original Dana 60 axle, which spins a power loc differential around original, 3.54 gears. And all that MoPar goodness rolls on stylish Rallye Wheels, which twist F60-15 Goodyear Polyglas GTs around polished trim rings and silver center caps.
Bright White upholstery that rests on contrasting carpet and wrapped in High Impact Paint. Pop the top on this awesome Challenger and you'll find a correct White interior that's detailed with tasteful wood accents and crisp stainless trim. That cockpit begins with correct Rallye Gauges, which ride next to a correct Chrysler Solid State radio. In front of the driver, a wood-trimmed steering wheel mixes good form with great function. Shifts are executed through a correct Hurst Pistol Grip Shifter. And behind the passengers, a lighted trunk hides an original jack and space saver spare tire.
* An original Broadcast Sheet
* A vintage Owner's Manual
* Vintage accessory literature
* Vintage paperwork that authenticates the car's mileage and documents its ownership history
* A Wise Report
* Photos taken prior to the car's restoration (inside the Wise Report)