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Atlanta

1st Gen Challenger powered by a 340 CID 6 Pack V8 engine with a 4-Speed Manual transmission. Banana Yellow exterior. Black interior.

A special model only available for the 1970 model year was the Challenger T/A (Trans Am) racing homologation car. In order to race in the Sports Car Club of America's Trans... See More

Las Vegas

1st Gen Challenger powered by a 383 V8 engine with a 4-Speed Pistol Grip Manual transmission. Ice Blue Metallic exterior. Black interior.

Although it lasted only five model years, the Dodge Challenger became one of the most storied muscle car nameplates in automotive history. The Dodge Challenger made its debut in the fall... See More

St. Louis

1st Gen Challenger powered by a 440 V8 engine with a 727 torque Automatic transmission. Black exterior. Black interior.

The first generation Dodge Challenger was built on the Chrysler e platform in hardtop and convertible sharing major components with the Plymouth Barracuda. The Challenger was intended to be Chryslers most... See More

Denver

1st Gen Challenger powered by a 340 V8 engine with a 727 torqueflight Automatic transmission. top Banana Yellow exterior. White/ Black interior.

Dodge no longer offered a six-cylinder engine option for Challenger starting in 1973. All Rallye models were at first outfitted with the 340 engine, This one has a rebuilt 340 (miles... See More

Philadelphia

1973 Dodge Challenger

440 Supercharged

1st Gen Challenger powered by a 440 CID Supercharged V8 engine with a 3D0727 Automatic transmission. Black exterior. Black interior.

This Challenger has a 440 CID Pro Charger Supercharged V8 backed by a Torqueflite 727 3 Speed Slapstick transmission with Gear Vendors Overdrive. On top of the 440 sits a Weiand... See More

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1st Gen Challenger powered by a T/A 340 V8 engine with a 4-Speed Manual transmission. Yellow exterior. Black interior.

This Challenger T/A is powered by what the owner states is a 'period correct' 340 CI V8 engine and what is believed to be the original 4 -speed transmission. Both were... See More

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1970 Dodge Challenger

340 Hurst Pistol Grip

1st Gen Challenger powered by a 340 CID V8 engine with a 4-Speed Manual transmission. B3 Blue exterior. White interior.

Most in the business have a soft spot for three pedals and eight cylinders and this beauty is no exception to that! Unlike the small blocks offered by GM and Ford... See More

S-O-L-D

1st Gen Challenger powered by a 6.1 Liter V8 engine with a 5-Speed Auto Automatic transmission. Copper exterior. Brown interior.

Although it lasted only five model years, the Dodge Challenger became one of the most storied muscle car nameplates in automotive history. The Dodge Challenger made its debut in the fall... See More

S-O-L-D

1st Gen Challenger powered by a 318 CID V8 engine with a 3-Speed Automatic transmission. Blue exterior. Blue interior.

The Dodge Challenger is the name of three different generations of automobiles (two of those being pony cars) produced by American automobile manufacturer Dodge. From model years 1970 to 1974, the... See More

S-O-L-D

1st Gen Challenger powered by a 318 2BBL V8 engine with a 727 torqueflight Automatic transmission. F5 Bright Yellow Green Poly exterior. Green interior.

This E-body is equipped with a freshly rebuilt 318 cubic inch V8 2 BBL with the 3 speed 727 Torqueflight automatic transmission. Features include AM/FM radio, power brakes, power steering, rally... See More

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Rel. November 18, 2022