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Remembering The Car – 1970 Dodge Charger May 10, 2008

Posted by C0Y in Rides, Technology.
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Dodge Charger

Cars have been getting much attention in movies that sometimes viewers seem to forget the stars, but definitely not the cars. This thing holds true with the big black muscle car, 1970 Dodge Charger. Old but classic, loud, mean, powerful, and nothing short of a monster on the road.

This car is seen in the movie Fast And The Furious driven by big muscle man himself Vin Diesel, or whom I’ll say is the human representation of the car.

But what makes this car a bit different than the usual? The answer would be the silver engine callouts on top of the hood. Those things add that extra muscle to it, making it meaner than mean.

I heard there’s a new car san diego made, modelled from the 1970 Dodge Charger. But I’m pretty sure the old still, and will rock the road.

And why not,… It’s a Dodge.

3 Critical:

  1. Black Is Bad – this could have been different if it came in white. Black makes it the bad one.
  2. The Rumble Inside – everytime it starts, you feel it.
  3. And The Callouts? – I’m just wondering if it was bothering the view of the driver. But nonetheless, it a plus.


1. Kayani - October 12, 2008

i want this car with STREET AND MARINE BLOWER KITS
i live in england…… how much do you think it will cost me to get a kitted up one like this???

and do u think it’s possible to get 1 with hydraulics???

some please e-mail me…………..


2. Kayani - October 12, 2008

i want some nice wheels on it too…… but i think i’ll buy them when i get the car 🙂

3. Kayani - October 12, 2008

when i said; STREET AND MARINE BLOWER KITS i meant that big thing that has 3 red circles and silver coated thing which goes on top of the hood… as you can see i don’t know much about cars…. so help would be really appreciated

4. noldi - July 6, 2009

Iwant a special car. I want a doodge build in 1969 with supercharger like the one in the film The Fast and The Furious,but i dont knou where i can find it

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