1969 Dodge Charger Daytona RT Unrestored and RUST FREE NUMBERS
MATCHING 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona rarely ever come up in the same
sentence. 1 of 503 registered Daytonas ever produced. NUMBERS
MATCHING 440 / 727 / 8.75 We have mechanically rebuilt this car,
while preserving as much of the original interior and exterior
finish as possible. Suspension Brakes Engine Transmission Rear end.
All REBUILT! About 100 miles on everything! The exterior was left
in as found condition, because they only have patina once. We do
Plan to refinish the exterior but wanted to give the patina a
chance to survive. As you can see there is NO rust perforation in
any part of the car! Floors solid Trunk solid Frames solid Body
solid. NOT ONE RUST HOLE on the entire car. All the cars original
MOPAR sheet metal is present. Your not buying a chinesium bodied
Daytona. All American made metal here. The hood paint was damaged
from spills and items being sat on it over the years. Under the
hood the finish is fine. Passenger side Daytona stripe was removed
when the quarter was repaired early in the cars life it was dented
and pulled out. The stripe was not replaced. We do have
reproduction decals for the car. Driver side quarter is wearing its
original paint and has shine. The engine bay was completely
stripped and refinished before the numbers matching 440 was dropped
back in. The interior is in as found condition as well, except for
new carpet. It appears original and in very nice condition. No
major wear on anything the weatherstripping is amazingly soft and
pliable. Dash is free from cracks. Carpet is the only thing that
was changed. The floors underneath are beautiful and wearing
factory paint. The passenger sunvisor was signed by Kenneth Troutt
who crewed the #71 K&K Daytona in nascar and on the salt flats.
The undercarriage was cleaned and painted trying to recreate the
original markings, paint, and primer we found. The Speedo, Tic tok
tach, and amp meter work.
1969 Dodge Charger
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