As Dodge didn’t produce a convertible version of this body style Charger, they had to offer something to those who like to be closer to the nature while burning rubber. Looking at the starts while driving was not a cheap option back in 1970, because Dodge had a subcontractor to install the sunroof and therefore a little over 100 people ordered their Dodge Charger with it.
Sure, having a sunroof is cool and very uncommon, but this 1970 Dodge Charger R/T has so much more to impress you with. Plum Crazy paint, with White interior and vinyl top, Blacked out hood with chrome pins hiding the 10.1:1 compression iron big block 440 six pack motor mounted to 4-speed transmission with Hurst shifter and much more Mopar awesomeness.
Enough said, check out the video to learn all about this Mopar from Kevin Oeste!
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