1970 Dodge Charger




Extra info: R/T

Mk: 2

Class: Coupé

Origin: US USA

Playable and unlockable vehicle
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Contributor: Mark0

Contributor: Mark0


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US GroupB

2013-12-16 06:08
Mad Mike wrote
That's strange, most literature I've come across indicates that the Chrome Rocker panels were part of the SE package (with the wood-grain dash insert, front leather seats, etc). Looks like they were wrong


www.hamtramck-historical.com/images/dealerships/SalesmansPocketGuides/1970/70_Charger_3.jpg
Mad Mike

2013-12-16 02:12
That's strange, most literature I've come across indicates that the Chrome Rocker panels were part of the SE package (with the wood-grain dash insert, front leather seats, etc). Looks like they were wrong


US GroupB

2013-12-15 01:22
Mad Mike wrote
Chrome Rocker panels indicate SE package, making this an R/T-SE, but there's no SE badging


Rocker moldings were a standalone option priced at $21. They were not part of the SE package in 1970.
Mad Mike

2013-12-14 23:24
Chrome Rocker panels indicate SE package, making this an R/T-SE, but there's no SE badging
CH dodgehemi426

2013-05-29 19:09
Finally I can drive exactly my car in a game again. Last proper game to feature a '70 was GT4 (and in GT5 as a bad-looking standard car).
Mad Mike

2013-05-09 10:36
Now theres a decent front end shot, suprisingly They've modelled a '70


RU DriftAndreas

2013-05-02 21:37
Yes,its an RT
Mad Mike

2013-04-25 12:37
This is an R/T, it is referred to as an R/T on the games website among the US club and car information. Year is '69 or '70 based due to tail lights. It's probably a '69 though as that seems to be the most common year choice among 2nd gen chargers in most games, can't say for certain though until there's a front end shot.

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