The 1969 Dodge Charger R/T you see here is ready to rock and roll; there’s no doubt about it. The car was initially ordered as an export from the factory for a member of the military overseas. Now, it’s currently up for sale through Vanguard Motor Sales and could be yours today! The sale of the car includes the original build sheet as well.
This muscle car is a real beauty and packs quite the punch in the power department. It was also treated to a full rotisserie restoration to reach the state in which it is today. Let’s delve into what makes this Charger such a catch.
This 1969 Dodge Charger R/T was originally powered by a 440 cubic-inch V8 engine mated to a four-speed gearbox. The engine was upgraded to a 472 Hemi V8 by the previous owner during its two-year, complete rotisserie restoration. It is mated to the period-correct Hemi four-speed manual transmission as well. The car was professionally built using a World Products block and Edelbrock aluminum heads. It fires right up, runs great, and drives like a dream!
Other mechanical upgrades include a hydraulic-roller cam, single four-barrel 800 CFM carb with electric choke, front torsion bar suspension, rear leaf spring suspension with new shock, a Dana 30 rear end with a 3.54:1 ratio, and new front and rear drum brakes. The new dual exhaust system with Dynomax mufflers adds to the incredible sound and will be music to your ears. Some of the more key components include power steering, new fuel lines, and the correct Chrysler radiator. The entire build sits on 15-inch wheels wrapped in Firestone G70x15 wide oval red line tires up front and at the rear.
The body of this Charger was stripped down and blasted to bare metal before being primed and sprayed with a stunning B7 Medium Blue paint job. The stainless trim was also professionally straightened and polished to a T. The car emits a divine shine from any angle and in any lighting. The car includes all-new ECS dated glass, NOS taillights and trims, and show-quality chromed bumpers.
This ’69 Charger R/T originally had a blue interior, but it now boasts a stunning all-new white cabin from Legendary Auto Interiors. All of the interior components appear in brand-new condition, including the gauges, headliner, bucket seats, floor shifter, dash pad, and new carpeting. Even the inside of the trunk is in immaculate condition and houses the spare tire and a jack with a body-painted floor.
Whether you wish to merely add this bad boy to your collection, use it as a daily driver, or take it to local car shows, it will be worth your while. Call today!
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