1969 Dodge Charger is powered by a non-original 440/512ci
(approx..650HP) paired with a 727 Torqueflite transmission, built
in 2021/2022. Modifications include a Hotchkis Total Vehicle
Suspension (TVS)kit and braking system, staggered 17? Magnum and
Cosmic wheels, redone upholstery, a modern stereo system, and more
as described below. Complete Hotchkis Total Vehicle Suspension
(TVS) kit. The setup utilizes geometry-corrected upper control
arms, adjustable strut arms,adjustable steering rods, front and
rear anti-sway bars, geometry-corrected rear leaf springs, and
subframe connectors. A Hotchkis non-power four-wheel disc-brake kit
is also fitted. Nitto NT555 tires sized 245/45 in front and 255/50
sitting on a Set of Cosmic Black Chrome Wheel This car is equipped
with a factory six-way-adjustable driver's seat, while new
upholstery was fitted by Legendary Auto Interiors. Additional
Alterations include a Hurst Pro-Matic 2 shifter, Alpine UTE-52BT
USB receiver with Bluetooth, and a trunk-mounted JL Audio
subwoofer. A factory steering wheel, switchgear, and
instrumentation remain fitted. Five-digit odometer, although true
mileage on the engine is 102 mile Flowmaster 42543 40 series
mufflers with stainless-steel R/T tips, and an overhauled fuel
system including new sending unit, pump, filter, and hoses.
440/512CI STREET STROKER ENGINE � FULLY PREPPED CHRYSLER 440 BLOCK
PAINTED BLACK � BORED AND HONED WITH BHJ TORQUE PLATES � CLEVITE
PERFORMANCE CAMSHAFT BEARINGS AND BRASS FROST PLUGS � 4.250 STROKE
K1 FORGED 4340 CRANKSHAFT MICRO POLISHED AND COMPUTER BALANCED �
7.100 H-BEAM 4340 FORGED CONNECTING RODS WITH 2.200 ROD JOURNALS
AND 8740 BOLTS � ICON PREMIUM PISTONS FORGED 4.375 FT-2VR 10.5:1
(COATED) � LIBERTY PERFORMANCE MOLY FILE FIT RINGS 1/161/16/3/16
(STANDARD TENSION OILS) � MELLINGS HV-63 HIGH VOLUME OIL PUMP WITH
7 QUART OIL PAN AND P/YOUTUBE � 7.250 PERFORMANCE HARMONIC BALANCER
� 251/257 @. � JOHNSON 2011 HYDRAULIC
1969 Dodge Charger
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