Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
Rarity, originality, and pure muscle - that's what makes this 1969 Dodge Charger R/T SE Track Pak so irresistible. It's a documents and well-restored big power Mopar with a 440 V8 and four-on-the-floor. So you can look over every inch of this speedy hardtop, but you already know how special this deal really is.
A Charger R/T with rare Track Pak is a mean machine, but this one is more than just an intimidator. It's a more refined presentation that starts with the Dark Green Metallic paint. It has an outstanding shine that was part of this coupe's full restoration. We have the Galen Govier Documentation that shows this is not only the factory correct paint, but also the tan vinyl roof was here from day one, too. It gives this a sophisticated look that is expected from a coupe that's a true upper-echelon SE model. This well-restored paint and top package is also great for highlighting some of the best features of the Charger's body, like the scalloped hood (with turn signals), matching marks in the doors, flying buttress roofline, and integrated rear spoiler. And there's great brightwork on the form-fitting bumpers and fresh trim. Plus, everything from the Mopar road wheels, to the hidden headlight front end are all part of the total package that keeps these an icon.
The premium and restored feeling continues inside. The bucket seats look fantastic. They have the detailed appearance with the button-top upholstery and wide headrests. Taut door panels w/map pockets, clean carpeting, a nice headliner, and smooth dash all are part of the comprehensive restoration. In fact, there are terrific details everywhere. So you'll be showing off everything from the working clock to the jack instruction on the inside of the trunk. And of course, everything from the Hurst shifter to the classic wood-rimmed steering wheel remind you this is a driver's classic. There's even an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo with USB and Bluetooth. After all, you really want the best selection of driving music when you're going to roll down all the windows and cruise around in this pillarless hardtop.
In a muscle car that been this clean so far, you know exactly what you'll see when you lift the hood. It's an exceptionally tidy engine bay, and it's nearly overflowing with motor. A big 440 cubic-inch Magnum V8 is the factory-correct powerplant for this car, and this is a year-correct motor. It just looks awesome in its period-correct dressings with the orange giving a wild streak to this sophisticated exterior color package. They took the time to give the motor a well-done correct look, right down to the Magnum air topper with correct decal. But you can also spot the right upgrades. Items like the Edelbrock 750 CFM four-barrel carburetor and Optima red top battery are the kind of pieces that keep this classic Mopar a strong runner. The documentation proves this is a rare Drag Pak factory car, and the smooth-shifting four-speed manual transmission gives you the control to enjoy it to the fullest. Plus, power brakes and wide BF Goodrich T/As give a good the feeling of control going down the road.
This car has the rarity and muscle car royalty that proves it was worth the big restoration investment. So if you love power, poise, and perpetual desirability, don't let this special Charger R/T slip away. Call today!!!
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