This is an amazing 1969 dodge charger. This 1969 Dodge Charger by Detroit Speed pulls out all the stops. It’s got everything they make and more. It sports a blown, modern HEMI engine making 830 horsepower and 900 lb/ft at the wheels. This 1969 Dodge Charger has an automatic transmission with paddle shifters. It has the full suspension package, ceramic brakes. An interior featuring luxury touches such as automatic climate control, heated and cooled seats, and a fully custom LED gauge cluster. This is one of the most over-the top pro-touring builds we’ve ever seen. Resisting the urge to paint a Confederate flag on an orange 1969 Dodge Charger takes some serious restraint.
It’s like borrowing your friend’s car and not doing a burnout, or writing an Ashley Madison profile and not packing it full of lies. What we have here is the work of professionals, and real professionals take the high road in the face of temptation. The result is a 1969 dodge Charger with some major cosmetic enhancements that somehow looks mostly stock, and also packs a 1000 hp Gen III Hemi, a complete DSE suspension, carbon-ceramic brakes, ABS, traction control, and every modern comfort and convenience feature in the book. This 1969 dodge Charger is more of a Navy Seal disguised in an Armani tux. The 1969 dodge Charger has been modified in some way or another. It’s tough to put a finger on exactly what’s been changed.
1969 Dodge Charger by Detroit Speed | Old Dodge Charger
The end product still looks like a Dodge Charger. But somehow it looks even better, its lines smoother, cleaner, less cluttered and more modern than the original. Instead of bolting up a big, ugly hood to make room for the supercharger below, DSE concocted an all-Mopar. All-steel solution by grafting the front section of a Dodge Charger hood onto the back section of a Road Runner hood. Chrysler doesn’t have a luxury brand like Lincoln or Cadillac. If it did, its cars would look a lot like this Dodge Charger 1969. And that’s not a coincidence.
Back in 2012, a customer. Who wishes to remain anonymous, approached DSE with the idea of building the ultimate Pro Touring 1969 dodge Charger. As the owner of an AMG Mercedes, he wanted to integrate the same performance, comfort, and high-tech features he was accustomed to but with a distinctly American twist. “