As strange as it may sound, sometimes I feel badly for the guys with numbers-matching show cars. See, the guy who owns this bright Panther Pink 1970 Challenger can go out and spin the tires, add a few horsepower-building parts (or a 500 cubic inch big block!), and generally have a great time with his car without worrying about “investments” and future owners getting picky. Better yet, you can own this car for a reduced price compared to one whose only major difference is the numbers stamped on the engine block. Totally nuts, right? Painting a car pink means that keeping a low profile is pointless and every kid with a hopped-up Honda is going to rev his engine at you. The bright paint is only as good as the sheetmetal underneath, and the good news is that this car seems to hail from a warm place, so you don’t have to worry about big damage or botched bodywork. Good gaps and assembly that was far more careful than the assembly line guys could spare the time to achieve make this Challenger stand out. The SE package is rather unusual with an R/T, and includes the padded roof with smaller rear window, which gives this car a very unique look. Then there’s the body-colored front bumper, lower chin spoilers, Go-Wing, and, of course, the side stripes that make the R/T look downright predatory, with or without the bright pink paint. And really, if you’re going to own one of these, you may as well get one with a Shaker hood, which looks awesome moving around as the engine idles.

See listing for this Bright Panther Pink 1970 Dodge Challenger RT/SE 440 Six Pack Tribute from December 15, 2017