1970 Dodge Challenger Restomod Is One Way To Spend $100,000

Buying this 1970 Dodge Challenger will set you back a lot of money, but thanks to the comprehensive restoration it has gone through, it will ensure you stand out wherever you go.

Over its lifetime, this Challenger has only gone through three different owners, with the most recent purchasing it earlier this year. Prior to him taking ownership, the car underwent a multi-year nut & bolt restoration. Receipts show the previous owner spent over $150,000 on the car as well as more than $50,000 in labor costs.

The car is being sold on eBay by Specialty Sales Classics out of El Cerrito, California with a $99,990 asking price. Quite steep, but then again that’s one special ride.

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Adorning the exterior is a paint called Prowler Plum Purple and virtually every trim piece across the exterior is new, including all the chrome parts, the rubber seals, badging, and the lights. The undercarriage is also in superb condition thanks to the restoration. Also featured are 17-inch front and 18-inch rear American Racing Torq-Thrust II wheels.

Power comes from a new Mopar 360 cubic-inch Magnum V8 engine mated to a Tremec 5-speed manual transmission. New Baer 4 wheel disc brakes have also been installed to ensure the Dodge can brake just as well as it can accelerate.

Inside, there is black leather and brown fabric on the seats as well as a three-spoke steering wheel, wood trim, and a pistol grip shifter. The car has been driven for just 2,984 miles (4,802 km) since its restoration.

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