1970 Dodge Charger 500

  • 1970 Dodge Charger 500 “7 yr build/$300K+,Alum 528/670hp EFI Hemi”
  • 1970 Dodge Charger 500 “7 yr build/$300K+,Alum 528/670hp EFI Hemi”
  • 1970 Dodge Charger 500 “7 yr build/$300K+,Alum 528/670hp EFI Hemi”
  • 1970 Dodge Charger 500 “7 yr build/$300K+,Alum 528/670hp EFI Hemi”
  • 1970 Dodge Charger 500 “7 yr build/$300K+,Alum 528/670hp EFI Hemi”
  • 1970 Dodge Charger 500 “7 yr build/$300K+,Alum 528/670hp EFI Hemi”

Vehicle Details

  • Year: 1970
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Charger 500
  • VIN #: XP29GOG145314
  • Mileage: 125
  • Exterior Color: Sublime Green
  • Interior Color: White
  • Body Type: Coupe
  • Drive Type: 2WD
  • Engine: 528ci hemi
  • Cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Fuel Type: Gasoline

Vehicle Description


1970 Dodge Charger 500 “7 yr build/$300K+,Alum 528/670hp EFI Hemi”

Unique in all the world! This is the best driving & looking pro-touring 

Dodge Charger 500 offered on the market today.

Imagine a perfect 1970 Dodge Charger 500?

With handling and performance of a 2017/2018 modern “Muscle” car?

What do you have?

The ULTIMATE in pro-touring technology!

Exterior Color:Sublime Green (original color)

Interior: White Interior (original color)

Top: Black vinyl (original color & top)

Mileage: 39,380 (original mileage on the car’s body)

Mileage since completed in late 2016: 157 miles

Engine: 528ci all aluminum Hemi rated at 670hp/660ft lbs torque on a Dyno

The entire engine weighs just 495 pounds…less than a small block Chevy

This Charger weighs in at a Svelt 3600 lbs….about 800 pounds less

than a new Dodge Hellcat.

Induction: Holley EFI full sequential fuel injection system

Transmission: A special built TorqueFlite 727 automatic

Rear end: Dana 60 S-trac with 3:54 gears

Serial Number: XP29GOG145314

Call us at (954) 873-6495. If youre a “serious” buyer for this car,

I have permission from the 2nd owner who did the 7 year long

build on this car to give you his phone number after we first speak

with you…he knows every nut, bolt, washer & part in this work of art.

This car has NEVER been offered for sale previously on Ebay,

the Internet, or in any magazines…..there is quite a bit of copy because

the car is truly unique….after the copy is a video made with our hi-definition

drone and over 100 hi-definition digital photos.

You will need to use a good laptop or desk computer to see all of the photos

and the video….the resolution & content are too great to properly view on a cell phone.

History: 1st owner worked for the Dodge factory on the assembly line

and purchased this car new in 1970.

Chester & Lottie Wnuskowski 1st placed this car into service on 6-24-1970

at Raynal Brothers Company Dodge in Detroit & had the mileage certified at this

dealership as 4261 miles on 11-16-1970.

The 2nd owners purchased this car almost 20 years ago with approximately

 28,000 miles and began work on this incredible “work of mechanical art”

and no expense spared “engineering masterpiece” in 2010

We have a auto museum (Garage Memories) and as a result are required to have a dealer’s

license….therefore, whoever wins this auction will be the car’s 3rd owner.

We are open to trades so PLEASE give us a call at (954) 873-6495. We will not

accept any projects or kit cars as trades but are open to just about anything

including late model cars or trucks.

We are advertising this car in several venues and reserve the right to end this auction

 early if we receive what we feel is a fair offer.


1.ORIGINAL Chrysler Motors Corporation retail purchaser receipt for 1st date

placed into service (6-24-1970) with Chrysler warranty seal.

2. ORIGINAL Chrysler Corporation’s Warranty Booklet and limitation of liability

for 1970 model passenger cars….states 1st placed in service 06/24/1970

F.O. Emp Sale. (translates to ordered by a factory Employee)

3.ORIGINAL Chrysler Corporation Car Production Broadcast Sheet

which is 100% complete and in EXCELLENT condition.

4.ORIGINAL 1970 Dodge Charger Owner’s Manual

5.Complete Dyno report

Receipts….they weigh several pounds!….I started to add them up but quit after 2 hours.

The labor over the 7 year build was just over 3000 hours & if calculated at a modest $75 per hour is $225,000.

That doesn’t include the 100’s of hours of planning that went into this incredible build.

The receipts start on January 28th, 2010 & end on September 12th, 2016.

Here are some of the sources that were used to create this one of a kind 1970 Dodge Charger.

American auto wire

Indy Cylinder heads

Terry’s Auto Lab


Classic Industries

Fuel Injection connector’s

Dix Performance

Quality body & drivetrain


Strange engineering

Hotchkis sport suspension

FTI Converters

Summit Racing

Chrysler MoPar World (Ray Barton)

U.S. car tool

Holley Hi-performance

Quality drive train

Hi-performance exhaust


Brown & Miller racing

Jeg’s high-performance

Comp performance group

Performance suspension technology

Totally Auto

Cope racing transmission

Schmacher creative services

Terry Rosebush Motorsports

Firm feel steering and suspension

Mega Parts

Hughes engines

Crane cams

Mancini racing

Custom wire sets

QA1 precision products

Year One

Magnum Force

Race car fabrication

Fine Lines

Universal parts

Race part solutions

Riggs brother interiors

Legendary auto interiors

Fast fish auto parts

MSP 93, Inc.

Fast air sparks technology


DMRS fuel lines

Rick’s stainless steel fuel tanks

The 2nd owners purchased this car in “Show Condition” almost 20 years ago.

It was 100% original and was a low mileage (28,000 mile)) all original car that was 100% free

of any rust or corrosion with no signs of wear inside or outside.

This car was repainted in it’s original factory color, Sublime green. There was

ZERO body work required and was done in what we feel is the best painting process

in the world two-stage Sikkens which is a special European painting system which

requires VERY expensive equipment & materials to paint. The cost was $22,500 which is a super

low price for a complete professional Sikkens paint job. I seldom use this word

but “PERFECTION” is applicable in this case……it came out PERFECT.

Again, this car required ZERO body work.

The car was put on a Rotisserie and the complete undercarriage had every part

removed, the undercarriage was Media blasted. It was then sealed and a special

high-gloss black paint was applied……it looks absolutely fabulous.

The front bumper on the car is original and has not been rechromed. The back bumper

has been rechromed to show quality.

The rear interior, headliner, carpeting, all door and real panels are ORIGINAL as

is the dash, rim-blow horn, gauges, door sills, glass are all factory originals. The front bucket

seat covers are new and are exact correct new reproduction’s.

The grille is the factory original, still in perfect condition. IF you can find one, be prepared

to spend $3500-$5000 for one. Same with most parts….another example would be a perfect

condition 1970 Dodge Charger steering wheel with the rim-blow feature….I have seen

them sell for as much as $4000!

The Cope transmission features the special reverse manual body shifter and can handle up to 2000HP

The stainless exhaust system features a full 3″ TTI Exhaust, polished ceramic headers, X-pipe

and factory-style stainless-steel tips. The sound this Hemi makes is pure music to any car lovers ears.

The fuel tank was custom made for this car by “Rick’s and is a stainless steel tank with internal baffles

to prevent the fuel from sloshing in a tight turn with the electric fuel pump inside. The custom fuel lines 

are all nylon on the inside and poly braided on the outside.

The rear features a Strange Dana 60-S-Trac with 3.54 gears and was built along with the rest of

the car’s running gear to be “bullet proof” The drive shaft is the strongest available from Strange.

Cooling comes from a custom built high capacity radiator with dual electric fans. I have driven this

car in heavy traffic and it does NOT overheat.

The suspension is a full Hotchkis TVS lightweight system, QA1 tubular K-member, a Borgeson

steering box and Viper Brembo 4-wheel disc brakes. As a result of the lightweight aluminum Hemi

(Block/Heads/EFI) this incredible car has a 50-50 weight distribution. The suspension delivers 8 degrees 

of positive caster which in itself is pretty amazing.

Stopping power is provided by the Viper Brembo 4-wheel disc brakes.

All the parts, including the all aluminum Hemi were purchased new. MEGA BUCKS! 

Just the special roller rockers were $4895.00

The wheels are 17″ billet Magnum 500 with 315’s

on rear Toyo Proxes TQ  street drag radials thus giving the

car a perfect stance.

These aluminum 528 blocks have not been available from Chrysler for the past

3 years and are next to impossible to find today. The block has an internal oil sump and the special oil pan

has 4 internal baffles to keep the oil from sloshing about in a hard turn.

If you already own a perfect 1970 Dodge Charger, you would have to spend in excess of $300,000 to

duplicate this car…..or you can own this one for a fraction of the price. Please do not bid on this car

if you do not have the funds or need to 1st get financial approval.

I drove this car today….both on the Florida turnpike and in heavy traffic in Boca Raton,FL. It drives

incredible. In the video I only gave this car a 1/4 pedal and you can see the results. Not only will

this 70 Charger beat a 2016 Hellcat in the 1/8th or 1/4 mile in acceleration, it will also out handle and

out corner a 2016 Dodge Hellcat. The special “Computer Brain” mounted near the battery

automatically tunes this car as you drive it….for example, if your driving in Denver, Colorado

which is 5000 feet above sea level, it will automatically adjust the fuel mixture…..likewise if

your in South Florida at sea level. It also makes the proper adjustments for a dry climate or

a climate with lots of humidity.

In the glove box is a small computer which tells you moment to moment exactly what this

670HP Aluminum Fuel-Injected Hemi is doing. (EFI)