Find a 1970 Dodge Charger for sale by searching auction sites such as eBay or on classic car classifieds sites such as AutoTrader Classics, OldRide.com and ClassicCars.com. Each site contains listings from dealers as well as private sellers, with cars varying in condition across listings and sites.
The condition of a 1970 Dodge Charger is among the most important factors to consider when judging the value of a listing. Some sellers include many pictures of the car, which makes it easy to spot major issues such as rust or dents. If the seller didn't include pictures in the post, or the pictures don't have enough detail, the buyer should contact the seller to request additional images.
A buyer also needs to decide if she wants to purchase from a local seller or expand her search to include remote sellers. If she chooses to buy from a remote seller, she should make arrangements for a knowledgeable third party to examine the car to make sure that the seller provided accurate information. The buyer also needs to consider the cost of retrieving the car from the seller, either by paying to ship the car or having someone drive the car from the seller to the buyer.