1970 Dodge Charger Custom Coupe will be sold at Barrett-Jackson

This one-of-a-kind Pro-Tourer, a 1970 Dodge Charger custom coupe, features a 730hp R5P7 NASCAR engine mated to a TREMEC 5-speed dog-box manual transmission. Crossing the block at the 2023 Scottsdale Auction with No Reserve, January 21-29 at WestWorld. This 1970 Dodge Charger custom coupe has over 4,500 man-hours going into this one-of-a-kind custom Pro-Tourer. Nicknamed “Solo,” it is powered by a Borla 8-stack induction, with a Holley multi-port EFI feeding the 730hp R5P7 NASCAR engine. A TREMEC 5-speed dog-box manual transmission pushes the power out back to a 4.56 geared Dana 60 posi-traction rear axle.

This Charger rides on a fully custom tube chassis equipped with RideTech Strongarms up front, a parallel 4-link in the rear and auto-leveling RideTech Shockwaves at all four corners, allowing you to lay frame when parked while maintaining a comfortable ride out on the highway. Wilwood AERO calipers provide the stop-to-go with the go: 6-piston front and 4-piston rear. Dressed in deep Voodoo Violet Candy paint, the body modifications include a 3-inch chop and 3-inch section, custom floor and smoothed firewall, custom wheel tubs, custom engine bay trim panels and quarter-panels massaged to flow into the decklid. The interior features a custom-fabricated dash that houses a user-configurable Holley digital gauge cluster and additional AutoMeter auxiliary gauges to monitor the engine’s vitals.

A custom center console holds a Bowler Nightstick shifter with a custom-machined shift lever. Custom door panels, custom rear seat delete and custom trunk upholstery round out the cabin. Sparco racing buckets with 4-point harnesses and an 8-point roll cage were installed to provide driver and passengers with secure seats. A Flaming River rack and Unisteer electric power steering unit. Interior comforts include Restomod Air air conditioning, JVC Bluetooth Stereo with JL Audio speakers, amps and subs, as well as power windows. Rolls on 19-inch Lightspeed Racing wheels and 13-inch-wide Toyo Proxies get the power to the ground.

Source : Barrett-Jackson