This 1970 Dodge Charger is powered by a large-block 800 horsepower 512ci Mopar engine paired to a TorqueFlite 727 automatic transmission with a 3200 torque converter.
The engine has upgrades to the Mars performance bars and breathes through a set of custom 3-inch exhaust heads with energized electric cutouts on the inside.
Also featuring Hotchkis front and rear suspension upgrades, the Dana 60 narrow 2-inch rear end with 3.55 ratio and Sure-Grip posi-traction.
The Resto-Mod Equipped Charger combines stunning period aesthetics with modern comfort and performance. The Charger rides on a set of Budnik wheels shod in BFGoodrich rubber.
To turn off the power, the second generation of the Charger uses a set of Baer T4 brakes with perforated and slotted rotors.
The exterior is finished in a stunning metallic paint with a white vinyl ceiling that complements the beautiful interior of the white high-grain leather.
Additionally, the stunning interior features factory air conditioning, as well as a black leather dashboard and center console. The rear passenger area is equipped with cup holders, armrests and lap belts.
The Charger is fitted with all-new chrome adorning the exterior, and the vacuum-operated headlight caps are now electric and show off the all-new Halo LED headlights.