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Rarity, originality, and pure muscle thats what makes this 1969 Dodge Charger R/T so irresistible. Its numbers-matching 440 V8 coupe thats always been under one familys care. So this is one of those one-in-a-lifetime opportunities for those who love a truly distinct muscle machine thats been cherished its whole life. While the General Lee has cemented the 69 Charger as a true icon, this one goes in a very different direction. Its a more refined presentation that starts with an upgrade to metallic brown paint. And this has a very custom and premium appearance with complementing colors on the brown vinyl roof and tan striping. Youll also notice those highlighting some of the best features of the Chargers body, like the scalloped hood (with turn signals), matching marks in the doors, flying buttress roofline, and integrated rear spoiler. And theres great brightwork on the form-fitting bumpers, upgraded wire wheels, and the trim that highlights some of the best pieces, like the 69s unique front end with hidden headlights. It all looks so crisp and clear on this example because this coupes sheetmetal has been treated like a member of the family. Open the door to something quite unique. Theres a familiar look to the setup with the split bench up front that allows you fold down the armrest for bucket-like comfort. But this tan velour is like nothing youve seen on a Charger before. The custom button-top presentation offers a cool look and a serious upgrade in comfort. And since the door panels, carpeting, headliner, and even the trunk were all upgraded to coordinate, it can almost feel like a special order from the factory. So its just another indication of the time, money, and respect this coupe has received over its lifetime. And youre going to want to spend time in here for more than just the large comfy interior. This came loaded from the factory with great features, including cruise control and air conditioning. Plus, there are some handy upgrades like an AM/FM/cassette stereo and a Sun Super Tach in the steering column. You know exactly why this one gets your heart racing the moment you lift the hood. The big 440 cubic-inch Magnum V8 is the numbers-matching powerplant for this car. And while that info will make any Mopar fan weak in the knees, theres much more here. This monster motor is topped with a Cater four-barrel carburetor, and it also has been enhanced and fortified with upgrades like an Edelbrock RPM intake, Mallory ignition, steel beaded hoses, and a rumbling H-pipe dual exhaust. The Torqueflite A727 three-speed automatic transmission is also original to the car, and they were made stout enough to handle these big power R/Ts. Plus, power steering, front disc brakes, and wide BF Goodrich T/As make sure that this muscle Mopar also is easy to enjoy out on the road. After half a century, this ultra-desirable 440 Charger is ready to find its second family to continue its tradition of loving care. This is just too good an opportunity to miss. Call today!!!
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