This Project Car is Ready for the Streets and for the Shows!

Nick Ours, an enthusiast influenced by the Pro Street style, just got a rebuilt 1970 Dodge Charger 500 back on the road. Nick’s passion for transforming vehicles started as a child, working on his dad’s old truck. When he stumbled upon this Charger on eBay, he jumped at the opportunity. The old racecar out of New Mexico was badly in need of some upgrades, even down to panel replacements. Nick’s additions include a 440-cubic-inch engine paired with a 727 TorqueFlite® transmission, a ladder bar suspension, coil-over shocks and a narrowed 8 ¾ rear end. With the help of a friend, he also revamped the interior for street use. Check out this restored 1970 Dodge Charger that epitomizes the coolness of Pro Street cars.

Photo credit: | Brian Wagner

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