800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Rarity, originality, and pure muscle - that's what makes this 1969 Dodge Charger R/T SE so irresistible. It's a correct Magnum 440 V8 coupe that's been under long term care. So this is one of those once-in-a-lifetime opportunities for those who love a truly distinct muscle machine that's been cherished its whole life.
While the General Lee has cemented the '69 Charger as a true icon, this one may just be even more vivid. After all, when was the last time you saw one of these in its factory-correct Bright Turquoise Poly? It all looks so crisp and clear on this example because this coupe's sheetmetal has been treated like a member of the family. The story on this one is that it was under the same owner's care for the first 45 years of its life. Since then, it has only had one other owner beside a brief moment at a dealership. In fact, the consignor was able to meet with the original owner who stated the ultra low mileage on this hardtop is actual! These are truly special cars with a scalloped hood (with turn signals), matching marks in the doors, flying buttress roofline, and a hint of integrated rear spoiler. This one even has the added distinction of the best features from the era, like its factory-correct black vinyl roof and a white R/T tail stripe. Plus, those dog dish hubcaps with color-matched steelies and redline tires make this look like a true street machine (the original Mopar mags also can come with the sale if desired.)
The roof provides a nice preview of the black interior. After all, on a pillarless hardtop, there are going to be plenty of people wanting to peek inside. When they do, they'll be reminded that Dodge was great at interiors. Those button-top seats are quite comfortable, and while this is intermediate-sized for 1969, today that means plenty of room for family and friends. This one really does have a great time capsule like look, right down to the wood-like trim and AM radio that's still on display. But what you'll really love is how this is set up to be a driver's machine. It has a center console, three-spoke sports steering wheel, and a few auxiliary readouts to supplement the full gauge panel with large speedo and tach. So this is a true muscle Mopar.
You know exactly why this one gets your heart racing the moment you lift the hood. This real-deal R/T was born with a big 440 cubic-inch Magnum V8, and all date coding indicates this is the same block still under the hood today. Oh yeah, this is a truely desirable coupe. And the big orange block looks distinctive even against the vibrant turquoise. It inhales deeply from a correct four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority from the rumbling H-pipe dual exhaust. The Torqueflite A727 three-speed automatic transmission is also believed to be original to the car, and they were made stout enough to handle these big power R/Ts. Plus, power steering and power brakes w/discs up front make sure that this muscle Mopar also is easy to enjoy out on the road.
Complete with owner's manual, you know a real-deal big block Charger R/T Special Edition with long term ownership is just too good an opportunity to miss. Call now!
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