1970 Dodge Charger
1970 Dodge Charger questions and answers
Q: Dodge Charger WANTED!! Best anwer to who finds it!!!?
I'm looking for either an 1968, 1969, or 1970 Dodge Charger!! Please not too rusty, like a rust bucket... I'm not too picky. But within the U.S. and with and engine and tranny still! Under about $10,000 I'm so thankful for all your help!!
A: their was one on this site earlier today ,you may still get lucky and find it their,there's always someone on this site posting one so check this site a 3-4 times a day ,its a good place to find one on,good luck,http://classiccar.com/
Q: 68-70 dodge charger body fits ???
I want to know if the 1968 to 1970 Dodge Charger body will fit any 80's or 90-'s model vehicles....I would love to have a Charger , but do not have the know how or tools for the upkeep or restoration of a 68-70 year vehicle....I would love to use the New Chargers, but they are still out of my price range...As far as I know the Charger has a 117" wheelbase....Any help appreciated. I've seen it done with a '69 BODY I think onto a 2002 Dodge Charger Chassis/ interior etc...So exterior was 1969 and everything else was 2002 Dodge Charger...I have also seen old car/truck bodies put on older S-10 Chassis's or other car chassis's ..
A: I saw the same show on TLC Rides that you did. The cost for that was $86,000.00. You said you can't afford a 69 or 2005,6,7 or 8. I'm sorry but you would have to buy a new Charger and A 69 Charger. Your looking at 60grand right there. Then your going to cut up two real nice cars and spend over 150 grand in making a patch work car that mabe if your lucky you can get 25 grand for it. Subscribe to Mopar Muscle magazine. And learn how to build yourself a nice Charger on a shoe string budget,
Q: Dodge Charger WANTED!!! Best answer goes to who finds it!!?
I would like to find a 1968, 1969, or 1970 Dodge Charger!! I'm in college, and I can't afford more than about $8,000 plus a little for shipping with the help of some friends. Almost any condition is fine, like with some rust, but not like been sitting in the yard, or a pond for 10 years!! And with the engine, and tranny still in the car, within the U.S. And any version is fine, like EXP: R/T, or R/T 500, or 500, or SE R/T. Thank you all for your help!! Best answer for anyone who finds it!! Thank you again!!
A: http://denver.craigslist.org/car/613811675.html http://minneapolis.craigslist.org/car/600964191.html http://minneapolis.craigslist.org/car/576452359.html http://philadelphia.craigslist.org/car/587428865.html there you go dude. Didn't know where you where located so i put a couple of Chargers from different states.
Q: how do i know if my '70 charger needs an ECS fuel tank or a non-ecs fuel tank?
i just bought a 1970 dodge charger with a 383 and the owner says he started it up and it fires right up and runs great, but he had no gas tank. he used a gallon jug to start up the car with a fuel line inside of the jug. my whole trunk pans are gone.. theres no tank, and the part where the tank meets the filler tubing, its been cut off. how do i know if my charger needs one of those ecs tanks or not? and does anyone have any opinions on whether its good or not to be starting up the motor at least every other day with a gallon jug until my fuel tank gets here thanks for the help. i appreciate it =]
A: what do you want ? ecs ? stands for ? elec. control sensor ? plug the fule line at the back and replace the floor inur trunck repair fill point and put your tank in. you dont have to start it every day and it wont hurt to do so either.
Q: Challenger or Charger?
My favourite car is a 1970 dodge challenger with a 440 magnum. I love that car so much that I have even thought of buying one, although with gas prices these days... My friend recently told me that a dodge charger was much better in almost every way. So I was wondering if a 1970 charger is really much better than a 1970 challenger? Any thoughts?
A: if your going to get something like a 70 model you cant go wrong with either a challenger or a charger both those cars for that year look real good,my self i would take a challenger because of the body style,but either car is still as valuable as the other one is,the only difference to me would be in the weight of those,the challenger is lot lighter,both are excellent cars to own though,good luck.
Q: (68-70)dodge charger for sale?
im looking for any one who knows where i can find a 1968-1970 dodge chargerfor 5,000 grand or less condition dosn't matter, i'll take any thing rust, wrecked, missing parts, no engine or trans it fine
A: look on ebay i'll add some links of some i find on ebay motors but just look on their you'll be surprised by the amount of cars sold their. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1969-DODGE-CHARGER-SE-RARE_W0QQitemZ250171762686QQihZ015QQcategoryZ6199QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1969-dodge-charger_W0QQitemZ290167812211QQihZ019QQcategoryZ6199QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/NICE-70-DODGE-CHARGER-RT-440-4-SPEED-PROJECT_W0QQitemZ260167724191QQihZ016QQcategoryZ6199QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1969-charger-general-lee-spring-special-F6-project_W0QQitemZ290167088512QQihZ019QQcategoryZ6199QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1969-Dodge-Charger-R-T_W0QQitemZ200158214345QQihZ010QQcategoryZ6199QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1968-Dodge-Charger-R-T_W0QQitemZ200158165043QQihZ010QQcategoryZ6199QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem
Q: How do I tune a car for a drag race and or a wheelie competition in need for speed pro streets?
My car is a 1970 dodge charger and i dont know how to tune it
A: I suggest that you purchase a Toyota Supra, and just max out all of the performance parts and it will have 919hp and no matter what your car will do a wheelie, no matter if it is in a drag or a wheelie competition. the only thing i did with my Supra is lower the Ride Height.
Q: transmission issue on my charger?
i've got another question for all of you tonight about my project 1970 dodge charger. today we started it up, and it fired right up, sounded great, everything was cool. then after idling for roughly 8 seconds or so, the car started rolling forward and fell off the front jack stands and started rolling into our garage from the driveway with me standing in front of it. it scared me. when i bought the car, the guy said it supposedly has a 727 torqueflight trans, but the linkage when i looked at it, is all messed the hell up. my dad told me the car wouldnt start if its stuck in drive, now... whats going on here? it didnt start moving until like, just a few seconds later and it did fire right up, we are all so confused. how can i get this all fixed right? i dont own a manual and i just wondered if anyone on here knew. thanks for the feedback. i love you guys. you people have helped me alot. and here's a link for the youtube video of it, so u can see. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9r8i5Z6Vww
A: It could be one of two things one your linkage is messed up and it is causing your reverse and third band to engage or second you have a bad neutral safety switch or a wiring issue with your neutral safety switch.Both problems should be fairly easy to resolve.I watched your video it looks like you have a big job a head of you as far as bodywork goes but I've seen far worse looking cars restored.
Q: Dodge Charger or Challenger?
I was going to buy a project car, and have found both a 1966 Charger and a 1970 Challenger for sale. The Charger is all there and would run except for an electrical short; the Challenger is just a shell. Both are around $2000 and need to be towed. Right now, it seems to make more sense to buy the Charger, but I've heard that fully restored Challengers can go for quite a bit. Any advice?
A: As the owner of several Challengers over the years and still owner of one and caretaker of several more, I'd pick the '66 Charger. The Challenger is worth more restored to original specs but to get it there will cost $$$$. The Charger is complete and has an electrical short, you have a lot to work with and there weren't that many built. You don't say anything about engine or trans, but the bigger the engine the higher the value.
Q: I'm live in Missouri near St. louis and i want to rent a classic muscle car anyone know any good places?
I want to hopefully get a 1970 dodge charger or challenger it's for my boyfriends birthday i think it woud be unique and fun so please help me out!!! only places within like 50-100 miles away not made of money lol
A: Fast Lane Classic Cars