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1970 Charger Pro-Tour Build - aka "Punishment"
Compliments of verticalflight @ http://www.lateral-g.net
I am building a 1970 Charger, fully modernized, from the ground-up. The name of the car is "Punishment."
The work is being done by Dave Salvaggio, in Milwaukee: http://www.salvaggioautodesign.com/
Dave also built the 1970 Challenger known as "Insidious." Pictures of that car are here:
I'll post pics here as the car gets built.
Here are the designs for the car, rendering by Sean Smith of http://www.seansmithdesigns.com/
Thanks for all the good words!
Getting started on suspension and interior soon. Had to order gauges now, here is the design (from ampcustomshop.com)
Some updated pics...
Back from the dipper...
Some updated pics!
Thanks for all the positive words and feedback!
How much dish do the wheels actually have? Rears are 20X12 5inch backspace .....fronts are 18X9.5 with 4.75 Backspace
Whose suspensions are you using? Front Suspension is C6 Corvette rear suspension is our altered version of Detroit Speed and Engineering with Dana 60.
What size tire did you use to fill the rear of that big car. 335/35/ZR20
Can I ask you what's the paint code you use for the trans and engines front drive? Lamborghini Grigio Estoque made by Global Paint systemes (PPG).
Finally getting some paint on there!
Re: acid/ecoat, not sure, somewhere local to Milwaukee.
BTW making great progress now...
Thanks! Here is some work on the interior... being done by Steve Pearson of Upholstery Unlimited!
The grey is a Lamborghini color. Grigio estoque.
A few more interior build shots... the door panels look great
A few more pics...
Some newer pics... On the home stretch now!
I hope you guys like the result from the area behind the rear seats - notice the scallops that we used, similar to the scallops on the outside of the doors
We are going to debut the car at SEMA next month.
Here are some newer interior pics. Suede headliner.
A few more:
A few more pics, getting close to SEMA now!
A few more pics too!
Grill turned out great!
A few more pics... its on its way to Vegas right now!
If you are in Vegas, the car is at SEMA right now, Central building... Spot 23395...
What a great day at SEMA yesterday. The car was photographed lots of times. People were very excited about the front bumper and engine placement, the rear tail lights, and the interior.
MOPAR got some love!
Some pics from the day... the first is me with Dave Salvaggio the builder...
Some latest pics... interior is all done now, the rest of the car has about a week or two left... FINALLY coming home soon!
Hey guys, been a while. the car is on its way now from Milwaukee, via Passport Transport.
The car made it into Popular Hot Rodding. Here are a few pics... along with an extra from Rob McGaffin!