This 1969 Dodge Charger R/T 440 is a true legendary muscle car. And
so this one holds up the tradition to the fullest with bold paint,
plenty of performance upgrades, and a power-built 440ci V8 under
The Coke bottle styling, the hidden headlights, the pillarless
hardtop body, and those flying buttresses surrounding the rear
window - this coupe was designed to make an impact. And you can
tell they made an investment to further that even more with a more
recent application of the factory-correct Bright Red paint. The
clearcoat luster helps to accent the little details, like the
scalloped hood with matching marks in the doors, and the rear
spoiler that's built in the rear deck. Bright chrome bumpers, a
newer split grille, a flip-up gas cap, and nice stainless trim make
this a car you'll be proud to call your own. Plus, there are plenty
of powerful details, like the black R/T bumblebee stripe on the
rear and the upgraded Budnik five-spoke alloys.
The black interior is full of all the upgrades you're going to
love. It starts with the front bucket seats that are upgraded with
plenty of modern bolstering and comfy cloth inserts. The door
panels, dash, headliner, and more have been upgraded with soft
touch materials, too, for a fresh and premium feeling. There are
more nice upgrades like the AM/FM/CD stereo. Of course, as a muscle
Mopar, there are nice performance upgrades, like the grippy Budnik
steering wheel and a custom panel full of crisp AutoMeter Pro-Comp
Ultra-Lite gauges - including a large speedo and tach. You'll love
all the details, right down to the working clock. And yes, John
Schneider of Bo Duke fame signed the dash!
This XS in the VIN tells us this is a true R/T, and so you want a
big power motor. That's why this has the mighty 440 cubic-inch V8,
and it's in a tidy and painted engine bay that's ready to be
showcased. It's fully-built for power with Edelbrock aluminum
heads, a Holley four-barrel carburetor, upgraded Mopar intake,
finned Mopar Performance valve covers, and Hooker competition
headers that add power while feeding the rumbling dual exhaust.
It's a strong-running power package, and you'll even see nice
upgrades for control, like the newer front sway bar, an added rear
sway bar, and modern Nitto performance tires. More than just pure
power, this is also a solid all-around driver with the three-speed
automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes.
Bold, powerful, and upgraded, this Charger is the muscle machine
you've been searching for. So don't let your Mopar dreams slip
away, call today!!!