This is a beautiful 1970 challenger HEMI tribute car. It underwent a meticulous restoration 16 years ago. And in that 16 years it has always been stored and covered indoors and it has never been driven in the rain and only rained on while it was at a car show twice! The rear axle has larger axle shafts and has a sure grip with 3:91 gearing. The transmission was built by a professional transmission builder in Colorado and fitted with a manual shift valve body and an updated torque converter. All this was done to handle the power of the beautifully detailed 528 HEMI that resides under the hood. This engine started life as a mopar crate engine. Then the aluminum heads were shipped off to Ray Barton where he ported and polished them to his specifications. Then they were shipped back and installed. The big HEMI was then topped with a Ray Barton intake manifold and a Demon carburetor. All of this new found air exits through 2" headers and dual 3 inch flowmaster exhaust. This car is no slouch and is a blast to drive. The steering box is tight and the power steering functions well. It has disk brakes in the front with drum brakes in the rear. You can easily drive this car to your local shows.