1970 Dodge Challenger R/T Convertible 440/390 HP Six Pack engine

22 hits ID #8107


The Six Pack engine was just six months old at the time this car was built; prior to 1970 releases, it had only been available in a run of special Super Bees in the spring of 1969. These engines made use of the three Holley 2-barrel carburetors as well as some internal component upgrades. Easier to keep in tune than the 426 Hemi, many buyers found the package extremely adequate in all driving situations.
This car is a stunning example regardless of its production date. Painted FE5 Bright Red with a color-matched white top, premium white vinyl interior and white longitudinal striping, it is a stellar example at first glance. That impression continues with the option list. Behind the matching-numbers 440 Six Pack engine went the A33 Track Pak to put the A833 4-speed, bulletproof 3.54 Dana 60 Sure Grip differential and performance cooling system upgrades onto this car. It also received a power convertible top, power steering, power front disc brakes and chrome 5-spoke wheels with Goodyear Polyglas tires.
The interior matches its driveline appeal—a six-way driver’s-side bucket seat, premium vinyl upholstery, woodgrain-type center console, Hurst Pistol Grip shifter, power windows, A01 light group, matched driver's-side and passenger-side chromed mirrors, tinted glass, AM/FM stereo and Rallye dash with tachometer. Beyond the superb FE5 Bright Red paint (coded specifically on the fender tag as Y91 – Show Car finish) are hood pins, chrome tips, a luggage rack, performance hood, 440 Six Pack callouts, R/T-notated stripe and flip-open gas filler cap.


Make Dodge
Model Challenger R/T
Year 1970
Mileage 14375
Engine 440 CI
Interior Color White
Exterior Color Bright Red
Transmission Manual
Body Type Convertible
Number of Cylinders 6
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) JS27U0B218251
Fuel Type Gasoline

$ 15000.00