The basic formula for a show-stopping pro-touring car is simple: Start with a popular car from the muscle car era and fill it with quality modern components until every compromise has been eliminated.
Built by the craftsmen at the RKM Performance Center, this stunning 1970 Dodge Charger R/T is one of the lucky few backed by all three
The beneficiary of a six-year rotisserie restoration, every component of this original XS29 R/T has been carefully crafted with equal emphasis placed on performance and aesthetics 1970 Dodge
With a Hilborn-injected HEMI, a Tremec five-speed, a fully modernized suspension, and just 21 test miles completed since restoration 1970 Dodge
1970 Dodge When this Charger arrived at the shop, terms like “sinister” and “jaw-dropping” simply didn't apply.
The original Dark Burnt Orange paint had also been stripped alongside the white vinyl top that once accompanied it.1970 Dodge
With a fresh canvas, the RKM Performance Center team got to work transforming the aging body into a work of art.1970 Dodge
Every inch was carefully massaged before a fresh coat of DBU9700 black was sprayed across the panels.1970 Dodge
Widely considered the definitive shade of black, most night skies simply aren't this dark.1970 Dodge
The combination was then buried in clearcoat and buffed to near perfection.1970 Dodge The combination was then buried in clearcoat and buffed to near perfection.1970 Dodge
While assembly line cars of the 1970s Dodge weren't known for their fit and finish, the RKM Performance Center team made sure to leave those imperfections in the past.
The 1970 Dodge model is arguably the pinnacle of the of the second generation Charger thanks to a stunning array of visual cues implemented by the good folks at the Chrysler Corporation.