1969 Dodge Charger- Pro-Tour
Behold, another fantastic GQ Creations- Auto original, Rotisserie Restoration. This is one of the nicest and most complete Pro-tour built 1969 Chargers you will find anywhere! We started with a real nice survivor with all its original sheet metal and superb frame assembly. Although it has the original build sheet, it came to us with no special pedigree which gave us a clean slate to run with this full scale Pro-tour build!
We began by Soda Blasting the entire body and the minimum amount of rust on the exterior original body, was removed entirely and replaced with new metal as well as new full floor and trunk pans were installed. We then replaced and upgraded virtually every other mechanical and functional component on the car with refurbished or ALL NEW REPLACEMENTS.
The end result is a 1969 Charger that far exceeds the overall comfort and performance of the original in every capacity. This allows you to cruise down the road in this highly sought after muscle car and take in all in while enjoying the performance and feel much closer to a modern Charger!
Below is the list of performance upgrades :
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