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Panther Pink, one of the wildest colors to ever come out of an American automobile company.

1970 Dodge Challenger R/T

This Challenger R/T Convertible with 440 Six-Pack, 4-speed and magenta stripe is thought to be the first FM3 car produced by Chrysler in 1970. The car was built to be featured as part of the extensive Dodge display at the 1970 Chicago Auto Show. The display featured all of the high-impact colors available.

Photos from the 1970 Chicago Auto Show
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Due to the fact that this car was to be built before the paint and stripe codes were set, the paint code 999 and the stripe delete code of V68 are listed on the fender tag.
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EN1 - End of Codes
26 - 26" Radiator
Y39 - Special Order
Y05 - Build for U.S.
V68 - Longitudinal Stripe Delete
V21 - Performance Hood Paint
R11 - MusicMaster AM Radio
P37 - Power Convertible Top
N85 - Tachometer
N42 - Dual Exhaust Tips
N41 - Dual Exhaust
J81 - Rear Spoiler - Wing Type
J54 - Sport Hood
J45 - Hood Pins
G36 - Dual Outside Racing Mirrors
C55 - Bucket Seats
C16 - Console
B51 - Power Brakes
A62 - Rallye Instrument Cluster
A45 - Spoiler Package - Front & Rear
A33 - 3.54:1 Track Pack Package
V3W - White Convertible Top
999 - Non-Standard Paint
H6XW - White Vinyl Bucket Seat Interior
000 - Upper Door Frame Paint (N/A on E-Body)
211 - Scheduled Production Date - Wednesday, February 11, 1970
J30119 - Order Number
E87 - 440 Six Pack Engine
D21 - Heavy Duty 4-Speed Manual Transmission
JS27 - Challenger R/T 2-Door Convertible
V - 440 Six Pack Engine
0 - 1970 Model Year
B - Assembly Plant - Hamtramck, Michigan
250827 - Sequence Number
Panther Pink Challenger

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