1970 Dodge Challenger R/T (Orange) Hemi/4speed
1 of 137 Hemi 4 speeds built. The motor and transmission are the factory original numbers matching units. The documentation is complete with their original window sticker, sales invoice, build sheet and even the first Ohio license plates that were originally installed when the car was new.
Hemi orange with a black vinyl top, hood black out and body side moldings. The interior is black vinyl with no console and rally gauges. Other options include power steering, power brakes, AM radio, rallye wheels with no size F60 x15 tires and an undercoated floor pan.
This car received a ground up state of the art restoration using $50K in NOS with no options added or left off. It took the owner 9 years to find and buy all the parts. The NOS parts including 69 date coded mufflers and resonators, exhaust hangers, shock absorbers, brake drums and rotors, vinyl top, grill and bezels, all lenses, headlamps, moldings, trunk mat, steering wheel, center caps, trim rings, lug nuts, plug wires, PCV, oil filter, radiator cap and on and on.
This car won 2004 Mopar Nationals Gold Certificate and best of show.
1971 Plymouth Cuda Conv. (White) Hemi/Automatic
The last one of the 9 built. Exported to France new, it is one of two export cars. Snow white with Black billboards, manual black convertible top, Black leather interior, radio delete, rallye gauges, power steering, power brakes and rallye wheels. This car had 12000 Kilometers and was rust free. Every body panel is the factory original.
It received a state of the art ground up restoration with no factory options added or deleted. See this car on the cover of Mopar action December 2004 issue and read more about it in the article inside.