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1970 Dodge Super Charger

Dodge Super Charger, 1970
Dodge Super Charger, 1970
Dodge Super Charger, 1970
Dodge Super Charger, 1970
Dodge Super Charger, 1970
Dodge Super Charger, 1970
Mopar, March 1990
Mopar, March 1990
Dodge Super Charger, 1970
Dodge Super Charger, 1970
Dodge Super Charger, 1970
Dodge Super Charger, 1970
Images: Chrysler Corporation
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Built as an update from the original Topless Charger concept from 1968-69.
The 1970 Super Charger was Dodge’s latest show car entry. Based off the 1968 topless Charger, the Super Charger was designed by Dodge stylist and built by George Busti of Creative Customs in Detroit. By using the 1968 topless Charger, the Super Charger had a strong platform on which the stylist could make cosmetic changes.

New of 1970 was the introduction of tapered nose cone and functional air scoops on top of both fenders, which were borrowed from the Dodge Daytona. Engine cooling was increased by adding two sets of vacuum operated louvers in the hood. The rear deck lid now incorporated an adjustable air spoiler. The driver was able to electronically operated the rear fin for increased rear down force.

The Super Charger’s new paint scheme included seven coats of "Fire Orange" paint with non glare black accents. The interior was simply changed to current 1970 standard Charger. The black trimmed interior included fully padded high back bucket seats.


But the ultimate was the ’70 Dodge Super Charger. Based on the ’68 Topless Charger idea car, this vehicle was updated with a Plymouth Superbird-style nose cone, wore brilliant (and original) Fire Orange paint with a black hood, had a cut-down 10-inch windshield, and, unlike many of its show-only cousins, came equipped with an honest-to-goodness 440-cubic-inch, 375-horse Magnum V8. Features that never made it to the production line included a rear spoiler that automatically adjusted as speeds increased, vacuum-operated hood vents, side pipes, and twin flip-open gas caps.
Source: www.coachbuilt.com; www.is-it-a-lemon.com
Comments
Mopar
Monday, September 28, 2009
AWESOME MUST HAVE!!! whats the price men!
name it!

THIS IS WAY COOL A TOPLESS DAYTONA!

BEAUTIFUL!!!

GREAT THAT IT IS STILL AROUND!
Bob
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
This car is awesome. I had the honor to go for a ride in it in the early 1990's. Just a COOL car. It had only 17,000 orginal mile on it then.
Krashdavus
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Repeat of the Fireball 500 car.
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