1970 Challenger 440 Six Pack Details

“Dodge has gone and done the real thing … the Challenger R/T. Fantastic performance. If I ever leave dragsters, you can be sure I’ll run a super stock Challenger R/T.” — “Big Daddy” Don Garlits (1970)

Win a 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T 440 Six Pack

Ever wish you could own one of the most iconic muscle cars from the era of drive-ins, drag racing, Saturday night cruising and 30 cent gasoline?

We think a Plum Crazy 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T with a factory 440ci engine, three Holley carburetors (the legendary Six Pack) and a Pistol Grip 4-speed manual gear box may do the trick.

Since 2007, 138 winners have had their automobile dreams come true thanks to the Dream Giveaway Garage. Now it could be your turn. Keep reading to learn more about this beautiful and rare Dodge muscle car and how you can bring it home when you make a donation today to help out great charities. (Remember, you will also bring home a matching 2023 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock if you are the winner.)

All it takes is one lucky ticket to win.

1 of 1,640 440 6-Pack 1970 Challenger R/Ts Produced

For the 1970 model year, Dodge produced a total of 76,935 Challengers, but a limited number of buyers, 1,640 to be exact, ordered the fire-breathing 440 Six Pack engine option that had been introduced the year prior in the lift-off-hood Super Bees and Road Runners.

And if that new-car buyer was serious about their reputation on the street, like the original owner of this Plum Crazy Challenger R/T evidently was, then he or she checked off Option A34 on the order form, designating the car as a Super Drag Pack.

That one performance option, which set the buyer back $235.65, instructed the factory workers to outfit the new Challenger with a four-speed Heavy-Duty manual transmission with Pistol Grip shifter, a 4.10:1-geared 9-3/4” Dana rear axle, a 7-Blade Torque Drive fan, a dual breaker distributor, a 26” high-performance radiator w/ fan shroud, power disc brakes and a Sure-Grip limited-slip differential.

Today is the day you can make your dream to own this legendary Dodge Challenger R/T 440 Six Pack come true. Get your entries now.

Previous Owner: Chrysler’s President and CEO

Our grand-prize classic muscle cars come with interesting ownership histories, but this 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T may hold the most interesting backstory of them all. Twenty years ago, it was owned by a very special Mopar collector, James Holden, the former President and CEO of the Chrysler Corporation.

So what kind of restoration would you expect the president of Chrysler to give to his favorite classic muscle car? Only the best, of course! This purple Challenger features a no-expense-spared rotisserie restoration. The binder of receipts that go with this muscle car show that the costs to make it show quality exceeded $90,000. In our professional estimation, it could take Best of Show at the Chrysler Nationals or any national muscle-car meet.

Legendary Muscle Car - Legendary Options

This grand-prize 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T was special ordered with the following factory options:
• (A01) Light group
• (A34) Super Track Pack
• (D21) 4-speed manual transmission
• (E87) 440 CID 6 BBL V-8 engine
• (FC7) High Impact color
• (R11) Music Master AM radio
• (R31) Rear seat speaker
• (S77) Power steering
• (W23) Chrome styled road wheels

To recap, one winner will take home 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T and a matching 2023 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock. Plus, if you are the winner, we will pay out $67,000 for the taxes so that you don’t have to.

Veterans’ and children’s charities are counting on you. Enter now.

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