70 Charger SE (not an R/T-SE or a 500-SE). There are no production figures on a plain SE available and its the only one I have seen without being a 500 also. Recent total repaint of the factory TX9 tuxedo black, new white vinyl top, and a tan leather interior with new front covers and new carpets. Dash is not cracked and the headliner is perfect. The factory AM radio still works as well as the rear speaker. Woodgrain steering wheel and dash. Power steering, power disc brakes, working a/c. Its a numbers matching 383 2bbl with column shift automatic, and a 2.94 sure grip. New 15" Magnum 500 wheels and Goodyear radials. Shocks have been replaced with Monroe gas shocks and the factory single exhaust has been updated to dual exhaust with new mufflers, tailpipes and turndowns.Part of the SE package included the 14" wire spoke wheel covers and steel wheels. They are being sold with the car and are in storage.
This 70 Charger was special ordered by the dealer in Emporia, Kansas as a 'showroom display' to showcase the Special Editon package available for the Chargers. My Dad was the dealer that ordered it, the salesman that sold it and all the original warranty paperwork in the car is filled out in his handwriting. It sat on the showroom floor and it was my responsibility to dust the car every day after school. There was a new Mopar dust rag in a tin, just for that car alone, that stayed in the glove box, and it remains there today. It was sold late in 71 to an older couple and was driven less than a mile to their work every day for many years. After they died, the car sat in a garage for 13 years before I got it back. The paint had been touched up over the years and to even it out I repainted the car.
Recent update: Temporaily installed a fresh 440 and 727, along with a complete TTI 3" exhaust with factory manifolds and stainless tips. The original engine and trans are going to be rebuilt this winter and re-installed.
All numbers match and there are 2 perfect build sheets. This car is dependable and can be driven anywhere.
$49000 with the 440 and original 383&727 OR original engine and trans rebuilt and back in the car (no 440).