How much is a 1970 Dodge Challenger worth?

How much is a 1970 Dodge Challenger worth?

The National Automobile Dealers’ Association releases price guides. They estimate a base-model 1970 Challenger with a 318 V8 commands a low-end retail price of $9.295, an average price of $20,900, and a high-end price of $33,330.

How much horsepower does a 1970 440 Magnum have?

The triple two-barrel Holley carburetor system gave the 440 its Six-Pack moniker. It developed 390 horsepower in 1969 and 1970, and 385 horsepower in 1971, with a 10.3-to-1 compression ratio. It also featured Edelbrock high-rise aluminum intake manifolds. Its torque rating was 490 foot-pounds.

What was the largest engine available for a 1970 Dodge Challenger?

For 1970, the optional engines included the 340 and 383 cu in (5.6 and 6.3 L), as well as the 440 and 426 cu in (7.2 and 7.0 L) V8s, all with a standard 3-speed manual transmission, except for the 290 hp (216.3 kW) 383 cu in. engine, which was available only with the TorqueFlite automatic transmission.

How much was a 1970 Challenger with a Hemi?

Along with the SE package, the other major options which were pricey for the time include the 426 HEMI engine ($778.75), 727 TorqueFlite® automatic transmission ($227.05) and the Super Track Pack, which is the 4.10 Dana axle ($221.40). These options pushed the Challenger’s final sticker price to $5,273.55.

How much horsepower did a 1970 challenger have?

Powerful Engines The 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T equipped with a 440 “six-pack” engine rated at 390 hp could do zero-to-60 in six seconds flat. The quarter mile was completed in 13.6 seconds at 104.0 mph. The ultimate option was the 426 Street Hemi rated at 425 hp.

How fast can a 1970 Challenger go?

In Detail

tags muscle
transmission Pistol Grip 4-Speed Manual
final drive 3.54:1
top speed ~235.0 kph / 146.0 mph
0 – 1/4 mile ~14.1 seconds


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