1970 Dodge Charger R/T Chase Car 1:18

1970 Dodge Charger R/T 1:18 scale diecast chase car from Ertl American Muscle in Hemi Orange with a black interior, black stripes, and a black vinyl top. This diecast car features opening hood and doors, folding seats, detailed interior and chassis, a fully wired 440 6 pack, functioning steering, and more! The black stripes and Hemi lettering make this one the chase car.

About the car itself: Dodge introduced the regular production 1970 Charger with only minor changes from the previous year. Most notable was the front loop bumper, which gave the Charger a more formal look. Dodge succeeded in lowering the base price for the Charger to $3,001 (slant 6 model) by substituting a bench seat for the bucket seats (now optional), eliminating the door pockets, using simpler window moldings and making the electric clock optional. The top of the line Charger was again the R/T with a list price of $3,711. Specifications remained the same, but there was a new engine available: the 390-hp 440 six-pack.

There were appearance changes to the Charger R/T in 1970. A flat, reverse-facing scoop with an R/T medallion covered the scallops on the doors. Your R/T stood out by having a choice of either bumblebee stripe or longitudinal tape stripe that followed the body contours and around the reverse scoop on the doors. The 1970 Charger could also be ordered with some new wild exterior colors. These included Plum Crazy, Sublime, Panther Pink, Top Banana, and Hemi Orange. Midyear options included a rear spoiler, and a new hood performance treatment that had 440 or Hemi spelled out in block letters with silver reflective tape on both side, and dual color-keyed mirrors.

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