1970 Dodge Challenger T/A: Award Winning Mopar Survivor

Some of you probably remember this 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A. We did a quick feature of this amazing Survivor while it was at Matt Gause Garage for maintenance. It was a while ago, and now we have the full story with a ride along included.

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Norm Vander Veen’s T/A Challenger Story

The Cream DY3 exterior and Saddle-Tan H6T5 interior is not just a beautiful, but also a rare combination. The mighty 340 Six Pack small block powering the 1970 Dodge Challenger sounds healthy. The iconic Mopar Pistol Grip shifter is still in place.

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Currently showing 63,000 original miles on the clock, the 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A does not see a lot of street action. Well, I guess that is the only way to have a 53 years old Mopar and win Survivor awards at car shows. The muscle car is far from perfect, and that's the charm of it.

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I mentioned that Norm does not drive the T/A Challenger very often, but that does not mean he trailers it. That 340 Six Pack needs to stretch its muscle. He gave Lou a ride during the video, so make sure you watch until the end.

Don't Miss Kyle's Gorgeous 1970 Dodge Challenger 340 Story

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Click on the Photo for Kyle's 1970 Challenger Story