Vehicle descriptionDodge introduced the Charger for the 1966 model year to combat sales from the Ford Mustang fastback and AMC Marlin. For the first two year the Charger didn't see huge sales numbers but did forge a place in the market for a more upscale fastback car with 2+2 style seating. In 1968 all bets were off, sales of the new second generation soared to new heights! The plan was to build 35,000 new '68 Chargers--by the end of the year over 96,000 Chargers had hit the streets. With only minor redesigns in 1969 and 1970, the Charger was a giant hit for Dodge and a Mopar icon was born! Over those 3 years the Charger was offered in many different trim levels such as an R/T, SE, 500 and Daytona that was built to compete on the NASCAR circuit. With movies like Steve McQueen's Bullitt, The Fast and the Furious and TV shows like the Dukes of Hazzard, the second-generation Dodge Charger had become one of the most popular and sought-after muscle cars in history. The 1969 Charger we have here started life as a Charger S/E with the 318 V8. Today, however, this Charger has a lot more to offer then it did back in 1969! With features like the "Daytona" Wing, a 440 Magnum V8 attached to a 4 speed manual, Posi-Trac rear end, and many other updates. The same family has owned this car for the last 30+ years, being restored in the early 2000s. Prior to the current owner, it is believed the car came from a New Mexico home, this wasn't a rusted-out field car.
|Exterior color||K2 ORANGE|
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