Restorations of old American models are not that rare, but it is not every day that one finds such expensive “restomod” models. This one costs nearly $ 300,000.
You can buy a lot of things with $ 298,000. A house for example, or a brand new McLaren 720S. Otherwise, you could spend it buying this beautifully restored and modified 1970 Dodge Charger. Details accompanying the ad reveal that the car has been restored by MirandaBuilt, a company located in Delray Beach, Florida, which has a lot of experience in making “Restomod” models that look quite attractive. It was unveiled in March 2015, but has traveled since: it is currently located in Tokyo, Japan.
Under the hood, This Charger hides a 9.4-liter Hemi V8 producing 667 horsepower and 996 Nm of torque. This engine is mated to a Rossler four-speed automatic transmission. The car is also equipped with a specific rear axle signed Mopar. The brakes have also been upgraded and the car has an AccuAir suspension system that allows the ride height to be adjusted.
Good deal ?
The eBay ad states that the car has only 3,000 miles (approximately 4,800 km) on the odometer and thatIt sits on 20-inch Schott F-10 rims wrapped in Pirelli P Zero 245/35 tires at the front and 335/25 at the rear. During the construction process, MirandaBuilt repainted the body in a shade of gray that suits it perfectly after making a few minor touches to the body.
Important changes have also been made to the interior: black leather, new dashboard and specific steering wheel. Enough to make this Dodge Charger truly unique, but also enough to give it a brand new ultra-selective price worthy of a McLaren 720S. So, American or English for you?