1970 Challenger by RickweshOpen full image in new tab
mifdesign 11:12PM | Wed, 13 April 2022
Gorgeous atmosphere and lighting, brilliant awesome render. The Challanger looks way beyond awesome.
Exquisite Artwork. I love it!
jdwtrxk 7:53AM | Thu, 14 April 2022
Great atmosphere and lighting. The bgeasat has great textures - looks like muscle should.
paul_gormley 9:58PM | Sat, 16 April 2022
superb setting and render, better than a photo in the sense the atmosphere is very special
tuvoc 7:22PM | Tue, 26 July 2022
I had a 1970 Challenger, bought it used in 73 for $1300. It didn't have the 383 engine, but the 318 cu.inch. Even so, it was a fast car because of being on the light side. If I had it today, you could add more zeros after that price and make some serious money. Had fun off it, thought.
Rickwesh 9:41PM | Tue, 26 July 2022
I haven't had the chance to own that car yet, but I have had a '69 Charger and a '72 442! The 442 was way more than I expected. I made it lift the front off the ground once and decided I'd better take it easy with that beast!
tuvoc 10:22PM | Tue, 26 July 2022
Wasn't the 442 an Oldsmobile? You lifted the front wheels because of all the torque from that big engine. Today's 4 cylinder, turbo engines can put out some respectable horsepower numbers, but they don't have that kind of brute force torque. Do you collect old cars? You said you had a Charger. Quick story, I was in a Chrysler dealer one day in 1972, forgot why, but I asked the salesman a question, and somehow, he thought I asked the price of a new Charger. All of a sudden, he said to me the best price he could give me on the Charger was $4200. Can you imagine buying a new car for that price nowadays. It sure was a nice car.