This 1969 Dodge Charger R/T with very good condition. If there was image in the dictionary to define what is a muscle car, this one would surely do. This 1969 Dodge Charger R/T with 440 cubic inch Magnum engine. it’s not explicit in the listing if this is a true numbers matching car period correct, but in every other area this is an incredible example of the breed. First View of this 1969 Dodge Charger gave the amazing response due to it’s amazing red pain and the fact that it looks like rolled out of the factory. It is one of the best looking cars for 60s, you might see it in different movies and TV shows made in that period. 440 Magnum was powerful enough to compete with other top powered muscle cars.
This 1969 Dodge Charger is ready for sale Who wana buy this beast? which has had a full rotisserie restoration.
The specification of this 1969 Dodge Charger R/T is below :
1969 440ci 4bbl , Edelbrock Carb , Hemi 18 Spline 4 Speed Transmission
Dana 60 Sure-Grip Rear End with 3.54 1 Gears
Power Drum Brakes , New Brake Lines
Power Steering , Period Correct Distributor , Alternator is in Great Shape
Radiator Looks New , Mopar Battery , Exhaust Manifolds ,Flowmaster Mufflers
New Bushings ,Original R4 Red Paint Color , 5 Coats of Clear , New Ball Joints
New Rear Shocks , New Fuel Lines, New Gas Tank .Identified by Dodge’s trademark “bumble bee” stripes around its tail. Standard for this muscular B-body was the 375-horse 440 Magnum; the 426 Hemi was optional. Charger R/T production was 17,584 in 1968, 18,776 in 1969, and 9,370 in 1970, when Dodge’s 390-horse 440 Six Pack V-8 appeared.