1970 Dodge Charger Apparel and Accessories by Legend Lines
The Charger was redesigned in 1970 and became available in new colors. The SE version added leather seats and an electric sliding sunroof. The 500 was no longer a high-performance model, instead it became an upgraded Charger with bucket seats, wheel-opening moldings, and 500 medallions in the front grille and rear taillight recess. Gone also was the winged Daytona, with the R/T once again the top Charger. Dodge introduced the 440 Six Pack which featured three Holley two-barrel carburetors and produced 390 horsepower. In total, there were just over 10,300 Chargers sold in 1970. This year saw also a new wrap-around chrome front bumper framing the grille. New exterior colors included Plum Crazy. Sublime, Panther Pink, Top Banana, and Hemi Orange. Midyear options included dual color-keyed mirrors and a rear spoiler. A new hood cutout made the option list for this year only, with "440" or "Hemi" spelled out in block letters with reflective silver tape. On the R/T, new rear-facing scoops with the R/T logo were mounted on the front doors.
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