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1970 Dodge Challenger

1970 Dodge Challenger: To accentuate the stance, Coy's C-5 wheels were bolted on in a staggered fitment of 18-inch fronts and 20-inch rears. Inside, the black interior was restored back to stock but Frank tossed the bench in favor of buckets and a console. A Secret Audio paired to Jensen speakers was wired in to deliver more modern sounds while Frank cruises. A defunct company out of Florida rebuilt the gauges and Ultimate Rides recovered the dashpad. Originally, Frank rocked the 440 with the Weiand 6-71 blower, but he blew the engine a few times. 

After that, and the benefit of shock value, a Hemi engine was next to find its way between the shock towers. The burly big-block was treated to a .060-inch over bore to clear the way for 8.5:1 compression Keith Black forged pistons. The slugs are connected to Mopar I-Beam rods and a Mopar forged steel crankshaft. After wiping out two flat-tappet cams, an Isky .524/.507-inch lift 248/248-duration hydraulic roller camshaft was slid in and has proven to be more reliable.

 1970 Dodge Challenger Interior
 1970 Dodge Challenger Engine
1970 Dodge Challenger