This 1969 charger rt is a factory SE has gone through a comprehensive restoration. The SE equipment included bucket seats with genuine leather upholstery for the seating surfaces, wood-grain interior trim and wood-grain steering wheel. Photo essay of restoration process, extra keys, decal stickers, original owner’s manual are included in the sale.This 1969 charger RT, HEMI 426. completely restored. You may have seen me on different web sites, this is the real deal. The Hemi is the original Hemi, numbers matching. Like all Hemi’s it needed work and it is restored with afermarket parts, because the NOS Mopar were not as good. This car is going up for sale, need to send my daughter to college, hate to part with it. I’ve had the car since 1972, when my older brother gave it to me. Got into an accident when i was 20, and it sat in my garage until i was able to afford what needed to be done. Strictly a show vehicle as of right now.
The 1969 charger rt was equipped with a two door coupe type body. It had a four speed manual gearbox and was a rear wheel drive vehicle.
A petrol powered engine with a net torque of 664Nm was also introduced. The estimated weight of the car was 1780kg. It had the ability to travel at a top speed of 230kmph. In addition, it took only 5.6 seconds for the 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona to reach a speed of 100kmph from rest. Only one color choice was given to the 1969 Charger rt. It came out with a blue colored body and had a white strip on it. Therefore, it was considered as one of a kind vehicle at that time.The baddest of the early Chargers was the R/T, with its standard 440 Magnum under the hood churning out a solid 375 horsepower. Every major feature of this build was well thought out before work began. Arguably, nothing produced out of the Motor City has the recognition and pure muscle car identification as a second-generation Charger, and to preserve that timeless vibe, it was decided to reject radical and outrageous exterior body mods.