New for 1970 was the Dodge Challenger. This was Dodge's answer to the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro even though it was a bit late. It was offered in two body styles, hardtop and convertible. You could choose from three different packages, the R/T (road and track), SE (special edition), and for 1970 only you could get the T/A (Trans Am). The T/A was built for the sole purpose of Dodge being able to race in the Trans Am circuit. The challenger had engine options for everybody with a 225 cu. in. base six-cylinder or a 318 cu. in. base V-8 with two 340 cu. in. V-8s, three 383 cu. in. V-8s, two 440 cu. in. V-8s, the famous 426 cu. in. HEMI! The T/A was only available with the 340 cu. in. "Six Pak" engine. A three speed manual transmission was standard on all engines and you could get a four speed manual or the TorqueFlite automatic transmission on all as an option
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