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1970 Dodge Challenger

This car was on the R.I.P. page but I was contacted by Dave Gibbs the current owner and the car is now being restored. More information and pictures will be added when available.

Car is in the process of full resto back to the original specs with the exception of the motor, not sure what's going in it yet. This car was rusty, very rusty. It needed both rear frame rails and the left front. The car sat outside the way you see it for 10 years. Surprisingly the convertible parts where in good shape well area was decent along with the rear wheel wells. The top frame was stored inside and is perfect all the glass was good along with all the belt moulding and windshield moulding. I do not have the original motor. It still has a long way to go.
R11 V5X Y05 EN1
V3W A04 C16 C55 G34 P37
FM3 HRX9 000 602 250683
E44 D31 JH27 GOB 357513

EN1 - End of Codes
Y05 - Build for U.S.
V5X - Black Vinyl Side Mouldings
R11 - MusicMaster AM Radio
P37 - Power Convertible Top
G34 - Left Outside Remote Mirror
C55 - Bucket Seats
C16 - Console
A04 - Basic Radio Group
V3W - White Convertible Top
FM3 - Panther Pink Lower Body Paint
HRX9 - Black Leather Bucket Seat Interior
000 - Upper Door Frame Paint (N/A on E-Body)
602 - Scheduled Production Date - Tuesday, June 2, 1970
250683 - Order Number
E44 - 318 2-Barrel Engine
D31 - Light Duty 904 Automatic Transmission
JH27 - Challenger Convertible
G - 318 2-Barrel Engine
0 - 1970 Model Year
B - Assembly Plant - Hamtramck, Michigan
357513 - Sequence Number

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