"The reason I named my business The Finer Details is because every body gap has to be correct, and everything else, too." --Ken Mosier

Fast Facts
'70 Dodge Challenger R/T coupe
Owned by: Ken and Pat Mosier, Danville, Indiana

Mopar Power
The Challenger's original 426 Hemi block was bored .030-inch over, then rebuilt with original and N.O.S. parts into an engine that looks like it's fresh from Ma Mopar's M & I (Marine & Industrial) Engine Plant in Marysville, Michigan, where the 426 Hemi was built back in the day.
Transmission: What else behind a Hemi but an 18-spline A-833 four-speed-this one rebuilt by Brewer's Transmissions, Ludlow Falls, Ohio. The shifter is a rebuilt Hurst with the correct '70 "pistol grip" handle.
Rearend: A restored Dana 60 in Super Track Pack form, with 4.10 gears and a Sure-Grip differential.

Just like it had when it left Hamtramck Assembly: front torsion bars, tubular shocks and anti-sway bar (rear) heavy-duty leaf springs and tubular shocks. Rebuilt with new original Mopar parts courtesy of Ken's extensive N.O.S. parts stash.
Brakes: OEM-style 11-inch drums all around, thanks (again) to Ken's N.O.S. parts stash.
Wheels and Tires: 15x7-inch Rallye wheels with repro Goodyear Polyglas G60-15s. That was as high-tech as wheels and tires got back then.

High Impact
Original '70 Challenger unibody needed one floorpan, the trunk floor, and both rear quarters replaced. Bodywork performed by Dave Engel at The Finer Details, Danville, Indiana.
Paint: Two-stage PPG Plum Crazy basecoat/clearcoat, sprayed on by Kevin Engle at The Finer Details, Danville, Indiana, before the white side stripes and white vinyl top went on.
Interior: Restored '70 Challenger R/T with Rallye gauge cluster, bucket seats, and no console. Repro seat covers by Legendary Interiors were installed by Littles Upholstery, Indianapolis, Indiana.