Original Hemi Charger that was originally a Georgia owned car. I bought the car in North Carolina in 2003 and was garage kept and driven approximately 200 miles since purchased. 60,083 known true miles. Certified by Galen Govier in 1999. At that time it was #39 of 51 known to exist. That number may have changed. Only 432 - 1969 426 Hemi Charger R/T 2 Dr Sports Hardtops were built. 225 Automatics. This is an Automatic car. The car has correct 0-1866 carbs for te Hemi engine and correct radiator. It come with original JJ code matching wheels and center caps (3matching, 1 nonmatching). The car has Magnum 500 wheels currently. The car comes with the original oil pan and jack. The Hemi engine has headers and Flowmasters. The car was repainted in 1998 and is showing a little wear and slight rust spots typical showing at bottom of rear wheel wells. The rear trunk stripe was put on backwards with stripe overlap noted on the left rear quarter and the R/T emblems were added to the stripe on rear quarters. Tiny minor indention barely visible on left and rear quarter panels. Car is solid all around. Passenger door latch will need replacing. The buildsheet was never known to be removed. Both original front brake calipers were recently rebuilt. This car is truely an awesome example of pure American muscle!
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