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1970 Hemi Charger TX9 Survivor #2761061
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Looks nice

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Re: 1970 Hemi Charger TX9 Survivor [Re: partsforsale] #2761076
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Originally Posted by partsforsale

Looks nice


At $175k, it should.


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Re: 1970 Hemi Charger TX9 Survivor [Re: Not yr uncle Bob] #2761117
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Odd time to put up for sale such a high end car IMO. Column shift automatic but not for most.

I think it's more in the range of a $100,000 car in today's market.


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Re: 1970 Hemi Charger TX9 Survivor [Re: larrymopar360] #2761154
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Originally Posted by larrymopar360
Odd time to put up for sale such a high end car IMO. Column shift automatic but not for most.

I think it's more in the range of a $100,000 car in today's market.


I would bid over 100k on that.

Re: 1970 Hemi Charger TX9 Survivor [Re: Pacnorthcuda] #2761163
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Nice looking car.

Column shift in a B-body is fine by me. It's the E-bodies (or any pony car) that seem a tad strange with column shift.

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Re: 1970 Hemi Charger TX9 Survivor [Re: Neil] #2761165
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car is already on the market since a longer time.
It isn't the first run on eBay.

Definetly a more than 100k car.

Exspecially those who are in the market for genuine 68-70 Hemi B-bodies or 70-71 Hemi E-bodies are usually not caught with their pants down due to the Corona crisis

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Re: 1970 Hemi Charger TX9 Survivor [Re: fc7_plumcrazy] #2761183
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Wow nice! But is it a non numbers motor, if I read it right?

56 autos and 56 sticks.....would've thought way more sticks than autos.


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Re: 1970 Hemi Charger TX9 Survivor [Re: NewbombTurkk] #2761185
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Originally Posted by NewbombTurkk
Wow nice! But is it a non numbers motor, if I read it right?

56 autos and 56 sticks.....would've thought way more sticks than autos.


Yeah.....that needs a little clarification. A 1970 car has its block replaced under warranty with a1968 block before the car was even sold for the first time? HUH???

So we are to believe the engine was blown in a dealer demo car? And then a 68 casting was used for the build?

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Re: 1970 Hemi Charger TX9 Survivor [Re: Pacnorthcuda] #2761193
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Damn nice car, Interest i its a hemi , auto, power window car, yet no radio.

Re: 1970 Hemi Charger TX9 Survivor [Re: gtx6970] #2761233
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Hard to believe this thing escaped a beating.

Mileage Guy say: legit.

Re: 1970 Hemi Charger TX9 Survivor [Re: gtx6970] #2761235
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Originally Posted by gtx6970
Damn nice car, Interest i its a hemi , auto, power window car, yet no radio.


Original owner wanted to install his own radio, and speakers in the door panels. I've got pics of it around here somewhere. Ad has afew incorrect details, but it is a really nice straight original Texas car!

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Re: 1970 Hemi Charger TX9 Survivor [Re: Pacnorthcuda] #2761270
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Originally Posted by Pacnorthcuda
Originally Posted by NewbombTurkk
Wow nice! But is it a non numbers motor, if I read it right?

56 autos and 56 sticks.....would've thought way more sticks than autos.


Yeah.....that needs a little clarification. A 1970 car has its block replaced under warranty with a1968 block before the car was even sold for the first time? HUH???

So we are to believe the engine was blown in a dealer demo car? And then a 68 casting was used for the build?



That Charger would have come from the factory with a 68 block, probably 11/11/68 casting date

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Re: 1970 Hemi Charger TX9 Survivor [Re: moparwizard] #2761275
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I can imagine someone hurting the original engine on a test drive, and the dealership getting a warranty replacement that was a '68 build.
Pretty car, seems to me the market's around $120K or so, but maybe someone out there just HAS to have it.
Triple black, Survivor (if that's true), Hemi...pretty much the trifecta, isn't it ? Then add in 2nd-gen Charger...

Re: 1970 Hemi Charger TX9 Survivor [Re: topside] #2761329
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Originally Posted by topside

Triple black


Triple black now, but was built w/o vinyl top (dealer installed). So, does added vinyl top help value? Hurt value? Or not matter?

Re: 1970 Hemi Charger TX9 Survivor [Re: partsforsale] #2761413
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I'm not a 70 Charger guy but that is a nice one!!!
I would want answers to:

Engine replacement claim

Reproduction wheels

Vinyl top install (I prefer the V. top here)

washer bottle

new driveshaft

Ugly trunk

Also is this one of those "cleared over factory paint car's"???
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Re: 1970 Hemi Charger TX9 Survivor [Re: partsforsale] #2761422
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Originally Posted by partsforsale
Originally Posted by topside

Triple black


Triple black now, but was built w/o vinyl top (dealer installed). So, does added vinyl top help value? Hurt value? Or not matter?


A lot of people like vinyl tops on these cars but for a true original paint survivor, it hurts the value a bit in my eyes. I'm not a vinyl top guy though. I imagine most people would be neutral.

Re: 1970 Hemi Charger TX9 Survivor [Re: Pacnorthcuda] #2761430
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Originally Posted by Pacnorthcuda
Originally Posted by NewbombTurkk
Wow nice! But is it a non numbers motor, if I read it right?

56 autos and 56 sticks.....would've thought way more sticks than autos.


Yeah.....that needs a little clarification. A 1970 car has its block replaced under warranty with a1968 block before the car was even sold for the first time? HUH???

So we are to believe the engine was blown in a dealer demo car? And then a 68 casting was used for the build?


Hemi blocks were different than other blocks. They were cast in runs,and were not cast again until the run was almost depleted. It is not unusual to see a 68 casting in a 70 Charger. The block is most likely the matching numbers engine. I have a 68 cast 70 dated Hemi block.


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I just can't imagine paying over $100,000 for this car. Very nice car, don't get me wrong, but more than $100k?!


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Re: 1970 Hemi Charger TX9 Survivor [Re: larrymopar360] #2761473
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Originally Posted by larrymopar360
I just can't imagine paying over $100,000 for this car. Very nice car, don't get me wrong, but more than $100k?!


Then the car isn’t for you. The next owner will pay over 100k for it, they will have too, unless the seller is willing to leave a lot of money on the table.

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Survivor Chargers are few and far between, Hemi Charger survivors are almost made of unobtainium!


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