1969 Dodge Charger- Pro-Tour
As you can see in the photos, we started with a 69 Charger that as a survivor held up real well against the test of time. As is always the case, GQ Creations is very strict on any vehicle we choose to do a Rotisserie Restoration on, and this one passed the test.
We began the build by completely stripping the car and Soda Blasting all metal surfaces to include, the inside, under and out. The minimum amount of rust on the all original body, was removed entirely and replaced with new metal as well as new floor and trunk pans were installed.
Some of the details on the completion on this build have yet to be determined, but what we can tell you is;
This will be completed as a high end Resto-Mod with the following features:
3 Stage PPG Black Cherry Metallic Paint on body and engine compartment
Rare Mopar, fuel injected 500 ci/ 550 hp Crate Engine
6 speed Tremec Manual Transmission
Brand new Ford 9” rear end with 411 gear ratio
AlterKtion Rack and pinion, coil over front suspension
Street Lynx rear triangulated 4-bar suspension
Wilwood, Four wheel 13” disc brakes with 6 piston calipers
Custom Ultra Leather Interior
Dakota digital dash
Custom Sony big screen stereo system
Color back up camera
Custom, deluxe console
Ididit Tilt Steering Column
Momo Steering Wheel
New Relic Power Locks and Windows
All new glass
All new chrome and trim
Keep an eye on our progress and see this beauty when we are done or see it in person and we can complete this just for you!!
The price will not be set until it is completed.
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