It’s doesn’t get much cooler than this. That’s why Shelton Classics & Performance in Mooresville, North Carolina is proud to present this 1969 General Lee Dodge Charger up for sale. The build has just 20 miles on the odometer and is currently priced at $77,995. From the bright red-orange paint to the large decal and confederate flag, this Charger is unmistakable and a valuable collectible.
This model was professionally built to impeccable standards by General Lee Chargers of Troutman, North Carolina. Buddy Cram of General Lee Chargers specializes in building General Lee Replicas, so you can be sure that this is a flawless example.
Everything from the split grille, push bumper, and Flame Red paint to the signature graphics and correct taillight panel are on point. Although some people may point out that it has a black interior rather than the tan interior we are used to seeing on the show, Cram points out that the television series did use multiple cars – some of which contained the black cabin instead. So regardless, this red on black General Lee Charger did, in one way or another, make it on the screen. The interior features the Rallye instrument cluster with upgraded gauges, button top seats, plush carpets, and a three-spoke steering wheel.
The 1969 Dodge Charger you see here is powered by a 440 Magnum V8 engine that fires up with ease and emits a throaty sound that big-block Mopars are well known for. The car is also equipped with power steering, upgraded air conditioning, a thick front sway bar, and power front disc brakes.
Not only does this General Lee Charger look the part, but it performs it all the same. It’s priced to sell and one of the most easily recognized and iconic television cars of all time. Can you really put a price on that?
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