800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1969 Dodge Charger is freshly built restomod with the art of horsepower in mind. It's a unique machine that includes a ton of custom work wrapped in slick paint, custom A/C interior, and modern fuel-injected Hemi power. So dig into the details, because this coupe is the product of when someone decides that only the best will do.
You know this Charger looks ready for primetime the moment you see the custom paint. It's a special shade of Candy Red Pearl done by the masters at Creations by Gemza. When the sunlight hits this three-stage pearl, it radiates a huge shine and depth that will probably win you awards all on its own. While this is a secret formula, the buyer will become part of the small circle that will know the recipe. You'll also spot some tasteful satin copper accents on the hood and custom painted grille, this is part of a well-coordinated theme you'll see throughout the car (another hint at how thoughtful the build is.) And this is a great place to begin a custom build, because we all love the '69 Charger. The Coke-bottle curves, hidden headlights, subtle rear spoiler, and flying buttresses all are part of a legendary look. If you look closely, those classic Mag 500 wheels are actually more modern and large 17-inch alloys, and the shine here goes so nicely with the form-hugging chrome bumpers. All of this looks so fresh, because the build was frame-off rotisserie restoration that was completed this year at Klassic Rides and only abut 300 miles ago.
The interior shows off more of the great classic style with very nicely integrated upgrades. For example, the two-tone leather seats are obviously more modern units, because they have the kind of bolstering for all-day comfort. But they took the time to add the classic Dodge badge in the center so that these have a vintage flair. More of these well-integrated upgrades include the full Dakota Digital VHX gauges, Retrosound AM/FM stereo w/Bluetooth, and ice-cold R134a air conditioning. Plus, check out how the satin copper on the exterior is seen again in details, like the tilt steering column and on the sides of the center console.
The engine bay is finished just as nicely as the rest of the car, so you'll proudly show off this pristine space. People will love to point out details, like how the intake is painted in satin copper. Everyone wants a Hemi Charger, but this one is a cut-above. It's a modern 5.7-liter fuel-injected Hemi crate V8 with a 6.1 intake. It's all part of this fresh build, and the motor was over a $7k investment in components alone. That doesn't include all the other great pieces, like the TTI headers or polished aluminum radiator w/electric fan. The full package is estimated at 400 horsepower, and so they rebuilt the original four-speed manual transmission to give you the best control and crisp shifting. As you look at the undercarriage photos, you see the level of detail in this fresh build even the satin copper returns again! So you'll love putting a mirror under this one at the car shows. And you also spot the fresh suspension components and drilled & slotted front disc brakes. Plus, with power steering and modern performance tires, you can easily understand why this looker is also a fantastic driver.
The sale comes with the factory buildsheet, restoration photos, service manuals, and receipts totaling over $275,000 invested in this amazing custom build. Please note that the car's original 383ci V8 can also be made available for purchase. This is the best of everything, and now is your rare opportunity to have it all for yourself. Call now!
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