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Did the Hemi-optioned 1970 Dodge Challengers get a different instrument panel than other Dodge Challengers that year?

The answer is No!”

Whether you ordered a 318ci engine, a 383ci engine, a 440ci engine or the top-dog 426ci Hemi, the standard instrument panel came along with it.

According to our friends at Challengerspecs.com, “[The] Standard instrument panel contained one large pod for the 120 mph speedometer, and to its right, four smaller pods containing the gauges for fuel, engine temp, alternator and, if ordered, the clock (otherwise it was blank).

Those in the know spent the extra money on a Rallye Instrument Cluster. “[The Standard instrument panel contained one large pod for the 120 mph speedometer, and to its right, four smaller pods containing the gauges for fuel, engine temp, alternator and, if ordered, the clock (otherwise it was blank).”

The Challenger R/T included the Rallye Instrument Cluster.

The grand-prize Hemi Challenger R/T offered by Dream Giveaway includes the Rallye Instrument Cluster.

In today’s episode, we take a closer look at this super-cool, old-school instrument panel.

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