1969 Dodge Charger R/T Hemi
Original Hemi Charger was originally a Georgia car. The car was bought in North Carolina in 2003 and driven approx. 200 miles. 60,122 known true miles. Certified by Galen Govier in 1999. At that time it was #39 of 51 known to exist.
426 Hemi with automatic transmission. The car has correct 0-1866 carbs and radiator for the Hemi engine. Comes with correct JJ code matching wheels and center caps. Comes with original jack and oil pan. Engine has headers and flowmasters. The car was repainted in 1998 along with new interior and new white vinyl top. Original top was tan. Rear trunk stripe was installed backwards in 1998 and R/T emblems were added.
The build sheet was never known to be removed. True awesome example of pure American muscle.
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