• 1970 Dodge Challenger

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    <div><a href="/1970/default.php" class="links"><b>Introduction</b></a></div>
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    <div><b>Interior Specs</b></div>
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    <div><a href="/1970/exterior.php" class="links"><b>Exterior Specs</b></a></div>
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    <br><b><span>Interior Specifications:</span></b> <br><br><i><span>Dashboard Area:</span></i><span><br></span>

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    <td><span>Unlike the later years of
    the Challenger, the logo was embossed, where the rest of the
    years were stick on badges.</span></td>
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    <td><span>The dash held one center mounted
    speaker with the AM-mono radio, and if the stereo radio was
    chosen, it had the center mounted speaker, as well as one mounted
    in each end of the dashboard. </span></td>
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    <td><span>The dashpad was color coded
    to match the interior trim color.</span></td>
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    <td><span>Manual transmission cars had
    a reverse warning light fitted on the dash between the ashtray
    and glove box.</span></td>
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    <span>While not part of the dashboard
    area, SE models also had a small overhead console with warning
    lights for door ajar, low fuel and the seat belt light. </span>
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    <span><i>Gauge Cluster:</i><br></span>
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    <td><span>The standard cluster had a
    large 120mph speedometer wth four smaller gauges to the right,
    with those gauges being fuel, engine temp, alternator and, the
    clock.</span></td>
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    <span>An optional 'Rallye' instrument
    cluster contained four large equal sized pods. From left to
    right, they were a 150 mph speedometer, 8,000 rpm tachometer,
    clock and one pod containing four gauges, being oil pressure,
    alternator, engine temperature and fuel. This cluster was offered
    in the T/A, but was not standard even though it was a performance
    model. </span> </td>

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    <td><span><b><font color="#FFFFFF">Steering
    Wheel:</font></b></span></td>
    <td><span><b><font color="#FFFFFF">Door
    Panels:</font></b></span></td>
    <td><span><b><font color="#FFFFFF">Seats:</font></b></span></td>
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    The standard steering wheel had a wood grain grip
    with three padded spokes, with a padded center horn
    button. <br>
    An upgrade of the base model steering wheel
    looked similar in style, excpet it had a chrome
    "horn ring" going about half way around the inside
    of the grip. <br>
    The last option was the "Tough Wheel". It
    had a black or color coded grip and center horn
    button, with brushed silver finish on the sides
    of the horn button and the 3 split style spokes
    also had the brushed silver look. </span></td>

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    The standard door panel was one piece molded plastic,
    in the interior trim color. <br>
    The option door panel came with the power
    window option, and included a strip of matching
    carpet along the bottom and a reflector on the lower
    end of the door. This was standard on the SE models.
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    Standard seating consisted of a front and rear bench
    seat. <br>
    High back bucket seats in the front were
    optional on all models, and standard in the R/Ts.
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    The seats all came standard in vinyl with
    either cloth of leather inserts offered on the SE
    at first, and then on all models. </span></td>

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