Bjørn Tømmervik's 1970 Dodge

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A photo of Tømmervik's Charger taken at the Motorama 75 indoor car show in Nidarøhallen in Trondheim. Photo by Bjug Solstad.
Bjørn's Charger at the first drag race in Fyresdal in May of 1978. This photo appeared in Amcar No. 1 - 1979. Photo by Terje G. Aasen and Odd Barbakken, courtesy of Amcar Magazine.
Bjørn's Charger was featured on the cover of Amcar No. 3 - 1979. Photo courtesy of Amcar Magazine. Click here to buy this magazine online from
Bjørn's Charger as it sat after the accident in Lade. Photo courtesy of Steinar Vårly.
Bjørn's Charger after it had been fixed up after the accident in Lade. Photo courtesy of Steinar Vårly.

1970 Dodge Charger owned by Bjørn Tømmervik of Trondheim, Norway. Bjørn's Charger featured a custom paint job by Einar Valsjø. Bjørn raced his Charger at the first First Go! in Fyresdal, Norway in 1978.[1]

Bjørn's Charger was wrecked in an accident in Lade. It was fixed up again after the accident, and it was repainted by "Berra" of Frösön, Sweden.[2]

Magazine Features and Appearances

Amcar No. 1 - 1979
Amcar No. 3 - 1979



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