1970 Dodge Charger
The 1970 Dodge Charger was similar to the 69 model. This model had a similar body like the 1969 model, with a few changes here and there. The road and track model came with a 440 cid magnum V8 engine. The Charger 500 and Charger road and track model could get the special package. The headlamps in the 1970 Dodge Charger were hidden.
The 1970 Charger came with a nice chrome bumper and novel front fenders. The Charger in this year was manufactured in incredible tones like panther pink, plum crazy, go mango and top banana. It also retained the coke bottle style. This style was first given to the Charger launched in 1968.
When talking about the engine, a new alternative was available for the 1970 Dodge Charger, which was the 440 CID six packs. The horsepower of this engine was 396. The 225 cubic inches with six cylinders and the 318 cubic inches V8 were still present. The 383 cubic inches V8 engine was a new addition. Unique torsion bar coupled with incredible spring and shockers were made part of the road and track model.
In terms of interiors the basic Charger had a vinyl front seat with carpeting and a tri speed manual transmission. By getting a package for the Charger 500 one could get comfy bucket seating. The special edition option was truly luxurious in all aspects. The front leather seats, pedal dress up gear, light group and a great steering wheel were made for quite a mean appearance. One could get an air conditioner and power windows by placing an order with the special edition option.
The 1970 Charger had a superb new ignition switch. The switch was placed on the steering line. A signal sound could be heard the moment the driverâ€™s side door was opened. This sound reminded him to take the car keys. Locking of steering wheel was now possible thanks to the novel ignition switch.
The 70 Charger won the hearts of many car lovers with its great look and performance. Though it was based on the same style which was used for previous Chargers, it was exclusive in its own way.