This is a 1969 Dodge Charger "General Lee" re-creation coupe powered by its original matching-numbers high-performance 383ci big-block engine with 4-barrel carburetor and automatic transmission. It is presented in full "General Lee" tribute styling, including musical horn and Tic-Toc-Tach gauge cluster with clock. This car is well-optioned with power brakes, center front seat cushion, bucket seats, tinted glass, LH remote racing mirror, 3-speed wipers, roof drip rail moldings, belt moldings and Solid State AM radio. The body panels are very straight, and the interior features upgraded leather upholstery. Even the Fender Tag remains in place.
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