|1969 Monaco 4-door Hardtop|
1969 Dodge MonacoIn 1969, the Monaco was completely restyled and was the top trim level of the Polara series. The new look was noted as the "fuselage" body style in which the upper and lower body fused into one giving it a more cohesive, unified look. The 383 V8 engine still remains standard in all Monaco models. Also available is the the special Monaco Brougham package which included a vinyl roof and split-bench front seat. The Monaco 500 package was also available again and included front bucket seats and a center armrest. Woodgrained vinyl trim could be seen on station wagons along the side panels and wrapping around the tailgate. A new feature for 1969 was the "Super-Lite" - a mounted road lamp - and could be ordered for an extra $50. 1969 Dodge Monaco & Polara Factory Specifications & Production
|Model Number||Body/Style Number||Body Type & Seating||Factory Price||Shipping Weight||Total Production|
|DL41||41||4-dr Sedan - 6P||$3,095||3,701 lbs||Note 1|
|DL43||43||4-dr Hardtop Sedan - 6P||$3,188||3,731 lbs||Note 1|
|DL23||23||2-dr Hardtop Coupe - 6P||$3,117||3,646 lbs||Note 1|
|DL27||27||2-dr Convertible - 6P||$3,377||3,791 lbs||Note 1|
|DL45||45||4-dr Station Wagon - 6P||$3,522||4,161 lbs||Note 1|
|DL46||46||4-dr Station Wagon - 9P||$3,629||4,211 lbs||Note 1|
|DM23||23||2-dr Hardtop Coupe - 6P||$3,629||3,681 lbs||Note 1|
|DM27||27||2-dr Convertible - 5P||$3,576||3,801 lbs||Note 1|
|DH41||41||4-dr Sedan - 6P||$3,452||3,846 lbs||Note 1|
|DH43||43||4-dr Hardtop Sedan - 6P||$3,591||3,891 lbs||Note 1|
|DH23||23||2-dr Hardtop Coupe - 6P||$3,528||3,811 lbs||Note 1|
|DH46||46||4-dr Station Wagon - 6P||$3,917||4,306 lbs||Note 1|
|DH46||46||4-dr Station Wagon - 9P||$4,046||4,361 lbs||Note 1|
|Model||Wheelbase||Overall Length||Width||Front Track||Rear Track||Tires|
|Monaco||122 in||220.8 in||Not Available||Not Available||Not Available||8.25 x 15|
|Monaco Station Wagons||122 in||220.4 in||Not Available||Not Available||Not Available||8.85 x 15|
1969 Dodge Monaco VINInterior and Exterior Paint Chips 1969 Dodge Exterior Paint Codes. The first Paint Code identifies the roof or accent color. The second Paint Code identifies the body color. (For example, the combination W1-B3 on a Dodge would indicate the roof or accent area is in White and the body is finished in Light Blue Metallic.) Paint code plates are located in the engine compartment on the left wheel housing or the left fender side shield. 1969 Dodge Interior Paint Codes 1. Low Gloss Colors require 2 ounces of DuPont 4528S Flattening Compound to a pint of unreduced color. 2. Gloss Colors Usage - Windshield Mouldings, Backlite Mouldings, Roof Rails, Quarter Panel Upper Garnish Moulding, Quarter Garnish Extension & Lock Pillar Upper, "A & B" Pillars and "B" Pillar Cap, Door & Quarter Upper Inner Frame and Upper & Lower Garnish, and Miscellaneous Suburban Parts. 3. Low Gloss Colors Usage - Roof Rails, Backlite Mouldings, "C" Pillar Cover, Console, Manual Seat Adjuster, Windshield Garnish Mouldings, Convertible Top Mechanism, Miscellaneous Suburban Parts.
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