There has been no shortage of incredible rides rolling through Mecum auctions as of late, and this '70 Charger is no different. Set to potentially be rehomed through the Chicago auction on Saturday, October 11, the Charger is one of the low-production Hemi R/T cars of which only 112 were built in 1970. Making it even more rare is the fact that it came with a 4-speed transmission - only 56 of those were built, and even less exist today.
This beautiful Burnt Orange example is especially desirable by virtue of its all-original matching numbers drivetrain. It also is completely void of rust and is unrestored with just a single repaint. It features a long list of impressive attributes, including an A34 Super Track Pack, which denotes the heavy-duty Hurst Pistol Grip-shifted 4-speed, a 4.10-geared Dana 60 Sure Grip rear end, 26-inch radiator, and power front disc brakes.
The stripes have been deleted, and adding to the car's beauty are a black vinyl roof and white on black interior, along with a light package, bucket seats and console, Rallye gauges with Tic-Toc-Tach and more.
For more information or to place a bid on this beauty, visit www.mecum.com.