Many would probably like to show off and ride in such super clean Pro Street 1970 Dodge Coronet to stop the traffic and get thumbs up. But if we have to be realistic this Mopar is definitely not set up for daily driving, this muscle car is built to terrorize the drag strip. In fact this 1970 Dodge Coronet has been recently restored and customized, it features the best components available on the market and when you look at it closely you will see an intimidating beast.
The iconic B-body has a beautiful lines and wears PPG Red from Korek Designs, sits on Billet Specialties Street Lite’s wrapped in Mickey Thomspon’s, rides on Art suspension with adjustable coilovers and has Chris Alston Pro Outlaw Track locator.
The custom job inside this Pro Street 1970 Dodge Coronet is done by George Yago Custom Interiors and features aftermarket power seats, digital dash from RacePak, steel roll cage, Ididit tilt steering column and even stereo system.
As you can see the heart of this 1970 Dodge Coronet build is under the hood. We are talking about 528 HEMI V8 dressed with Mopar Performance intake, Dual Edelbrock 750 carbs, Nickel plated headers and 2 Nitrous bottles capable of who knows how much power sent through Lenco 4-speed transmission. Check out the quick walk around video to hear this monstrous HEMI engine idling and don’t forget to Share!