1969 Dodge HEMI Charger 500. This is a very rare and unique car. There were only 500 produced by Chrysler. This car is a matching numbers 426/425hp with a 727 Torqueflite transmission. The color F8 Dark Metallic green with black bucket seats and console interior. With only 1,295 original miles, this hemi Charger 500 is one of the lowest if not the lowest mileage Chargers in the world. Delivered to Norton Bros. Dodge in Petaluma, Ca, the original owner retired the car in 1971 after running the car 400 miles on the drag strips. The original 426 Hemi had been replaced with a race motor for the first 400 miles. After sitting in storage for almost 30 years, it was brought back to life in 1998 including it's original 426. The Charger is loaded with options unusual to muscle cars of this era including left side remote control mirror, tinted windshield, 3 speed wipers, light group, tachometer with clock, 8 track tape deck with am radio and rear speaker. Other options include performance axle package including Sure grip 4:10 gears, power steering and power front disc brakes. The car has been certified by Galen Govier as matching and correct!!! A must see to appreciate wonderful car!
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