**Price in Canadian Dollars, Odometer in Kilometers**
August Motorcars is honoured to offer this iconic 1969 Dodge Charger R/T, presented in original Metallic Silver over Black Bucket Seats. Expertly detailed by our professional detail bay upon arrival, this absolutely stunning, and incredibly well maintained survivor Charger R/T comes to us with copies of the original Certificate of Titles from the original 2 owners with only 3 owners total. This 440 Coupe has been kept in collectors condition and passes our stringent 100 point inspection making it August Certified.
This Charger R/T is equipped with the 4-Barrel 440 Magnum painted in the original High-Performance Orange. This car has less than 12,000 original miles and the interior and exterior are 100% original with the tires being replaced with correct tires for safety, the original rims and tires are included. This Charger includes the original Broadcast sheet and the VIN was decoded by Galen V. Govier and checks out 100%, his paperwork is included. This survivor car can act as a branch mark for restorers to view in the future!
Engine: 440 Magnum V8; 377 hp
Transmission: A727 Torqueflite Automatic
Wheels: 5-Spoke Chrome Finish
Tires: P255/60 R15 Fr & P275/60 R15 Rr
Production Date: Tuesday, March 18, 1969
Charger R/T Spec:
Performance Axle Package
Center Front Cushion with Folding Armrest
Front Bucket Seats
Black Bumble Bee Sport Stripe
Original Trunk Mounted Spare Tire
Radio: Music Master AM
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