This gorgeous 1966 charger is a true survivor, finished in what is believed to be mostly original factory yellow paint and original interior. As a highly-optioned and well-cared for example, this Charger is one fine muscle car sure to catch the attention of any Mopar collector. Lets delve into what makes this vintage gem truly exceptional. Originality and Matching Numbers: This Charger, driven just over 53,000 miles, proudly boasts its originality with a matching motor and transmission. Beneath its sleek exterior lies a numbers-matching powertrain, preserving the authentic spirit of this iconic car. Its 318 CID V8 engine and 3-speed TorqueFlite automatic transmission, mated to an 8.75-inch Chrysler rear differential, promise a drive reminiscent of the golden age of muscle cars. Factory-Equipped Luxury: Equipped with sought-after factory features like air conditioning and power steering, this Mopar offers both comfort and performance. These factory options enhance the overall driving experience, making it a great driver you can take anywhere. Immaculate Interior: Step inside, and youll find a meticulously preserved, original black interior that exudes elegance. The unblemished seat upholstery and well-kept carpeting showcase the care that has gone into preserving this Chargers beauty over the years. The drivers seat was reupholstered with Legendary vinyl. The unique factory console that spans the passenger compartment separates four bucket seats, and they can fold down to create a flat luggage compartment-a design characteristic exclusive to the 66 and 67 Charger models. The race-inspired factory gauges continue to function flawlessly, while the original AM/FM radio remains a charming feature. And when it comes to beating the heat, the factory air conditioning still blows ice-cold, a testament to its exceptional condition. Preservation and Provenance: This Charger has been sheltered indoors throughout its life, originating in Arizona. This commitment to preservation extends to the undercarriage and floors, which have an undercoating in good condition. The current owner has put in a new starter, timing chain, water pump, oil pump, dual master cylinder, and rebuilt the front suspension with Mopar improved handling torsion bars. While a current upgrade from a 2-barrel to a 4-barrel carburetor and intake manifold enhances performance, this Charger remains a true time capsule-a captivating relic of 1966. Cruising around in this beauty is like being transported in a time capsule. With its storied history and impeccable care, its not just a car; its a piece of American motoring culture, ready to transport you back in time to a bygone era. Hello USA and 1966, we have landed. Take us to your leader!