Cars at the Capital & Coffee: 1970 Dodge ‘Qualls Challenger’ R/T SE
September 11, 2021 @ 7:30 AM – 10:30 AM EDT
The Hagerty Drivers Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization is hosting “Cars at the Capital,” a month-long celebration of car culture in Washington, D.C. Held on the National Mall throughout September, this exhibit is free to the public and will feature the 29th and 30th vehicles to be added to the National Historic Vehicle Register. Two additional historically significant vehicles previously added to the National Historic Vehicle Register will also be featured to educate the general public about the cultural significance of the automobile and its role in shaping modern society.
Join us on Saturday, September 11 to view the 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T SE (the “Qualls Challenger”). Due to its Detroit story of visceral street racing, this car was dubbed “the Black Ghost” and is one of just 23 four-speed Hemi R/T SE Challengers built in the model’s debut year. It is likely the only Challenger with this unique configuration of performance and trim options and was the 28th vehicle added to the National Historic Vehicle Register in 2020. Courtesy of the Qualls Family.