1969 Dodge Charger SE White with original vinyl Tan top. 383 CID 4-bbl 727 Automatic Transmission, 3.32 8 3/4 Rear Axle. This is a completely original vehicle, numbers matching on engine, transmission and original interior, survivor car. . This charger has leather bucket seats, a woodgrain instrument panel, sport steering wheel, factory AM/ FM radio with rear seat speaker, power windows, power steering, air conditioning, factory undercoating. Sold new as a dealer demo to Milrace Motors in Thiensville, Wisconsin. The original owner's drove the Charger daily until I purchased the car. I am the second owner of the car and have owned it since the early 1990's. The original owner had the charger repainted and body repairs in the 1980's.
The history on the 1969 Dodge Charger is as follows. The original owner purchased the Charger new from Milrace Motors LTD in Thiensville WI. The original owners kept the Charger in original condition. It was primarily the wife's vehicle. The husband and wife owned their own business and they purchased the Charger for her to drive. The vehicles they used in their business were station wagons and the wife wanted something different to drive other than a station wagon. Their next door neighbor was a salesperson for the Dodge dealership in Thiensville, WI they saw the Charger in his driveway and liked the Charger. They knew every car in his drive way was for sale. They purchased the car from the dealer that week. They did have the Charger repainted in once in its original color and the rust repaired on the body in the early 1980's. The Charger was driven daily from new to the 1990's, unfortunately through the Wisconsin winters. They owned the Charger from day one until the early 1990's when I purchased the Charger from them. They were retiring and moving to Florida and did not have plans on bringing the Charger with them.
After I purchased the Charger it has been stored in a heated building. I have rarely driven the Charger. I purchased this car on the premise it is all original as a car could be. The Charger has number matching Big Block 383 engine,727 Torque flight automatic transmission, 8 3/4 axle (not limited slip) and body. The Charger has not been modified as most others have been. It still has the original 4bbl. intake manifold, carburetor,exhaust manifolds, wheels, tires (maybe not original but bias ply's) , thumb dial am/fm radio, A/C, power windows and leather trimmed interior. Recently I replaced the brake lines, wheel cylinders, master cylinder and booster, I kept all the original parts with this service. I also had the radiator reconditioned and the carburetor refreshed. My intentions were to have the previous rust repairs evaluated and repaired to Concourse restoration quality. The Charger is a factory undercoated car. I have not touch or tried to repair anything under the car. I left it this way to show potential buyers the true state of the Charger. I am sure you are aware things sometimes never go as planned and life takes you different directions. I decided to sell the Charger.
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