The 1970 Dodge Charger, RT, 426 Hemi V8, is one of the most impressive muscle cars to ever strut its stuff on the open road. It had a menacing look, and was built for two things: speed and power. Dodge only made 56 of these models that sported an automatic transmission behind the Hemi. They’re seriously valued on today’s market. Another stand-out feature of this vehicle is its paint job. It’s famous, because it’s believed to be one-of-a-kind. It’s known as EB3 Light Blue Metallic, which complements the black vinyl top perfectly. The combination gives the model its menacing look. The white transverse rear strip option is just additional icing on the cake. It adds to the car’s high-performance mystique. However, the serious action is all under the hood. The 426 Hemi is legendary for its executing power.