& Pam's '70 charger
car has 56,000 + original miles
It is a matching numbers car and has been decoded and documented by
Govier It was restored two years ago, my wife and I did the interior
ourselves. 383 magnum engine w/4bl. carb. 4 speed pistol grip (factory)
3:23 suregrip FY1 Top banana paint (as originally ordered, it was a
special order car) Six way manual adjustable bucket seat (driver side)
Rear defogger SE option package
car is a 500 with the SE option package, but the original owner ordered it
with manual steering and manual brakes. It had no vinyl roof or A/C, and
was a radio delete car.
The car still has the original spare tire and jack. Govier said it was 1
of 24 500's registered with the SE option. The car has the original
fender tag and build sheet and it was traced back to it's original owner
and the dealership it was ordered from in Wheaton, Md. where it remained
within a 50 mile radius until I purchased the car 4 years ago and brought
it to Ohio.
Note from the owner: The current proud owners are Jim and Pam Walker, we also own a 1969 Polara
500 Convertible, a 1972 Roadrunner 440+6, and a 1973 Challenger.