I am helping my very good friend sell his 69 Charger. It was completely restored just under two years ago and has less than 50 miles since the full restoration. It was a "white hat special" car and originally a 383 by the codes. It now has a very built 440, also with less than 50 miles, and the 727 auto with the Sure Grip rear end. The engine has an upgraded cam, larger than stock, that gives it a very steetable lump that is intoxicating. It stays cool with an aluminum radiator and twin high flow electric fans. The ignition is fired by a high output Mallory system, and the engine breaths through a Holley 750 cfm double pumper carburetor , Edelbrock performer 440 intake manifold, aluminum heads, and dual header exhaust. The metal work was all done perfectly (not filler), and the paint and interior are amazing. The interior is new as well. It looks like it should have in 1969 but with much better quality of paint that shines deeply from well done finish work with lots of blocking and sanding. It sounds as good as it looks and drives great. The rumble is truly intoxicating and invigorating. I know this car very well, and it will not disappoint. The owner has had this car for nearly 30 years. They are only selling due to taking on an airplane restoration.
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