"Based on the midsize Coronet, the Charger included hidden headlamps, full-length tail lamps, and an interior that was state-of-the-art with four bucket seats and optional front and rear consoles. It could be had with a 426 HEMI, although standard was the 318. Most buyers optioned for the upgraded 361 or 383, still packing plenty of power. The Charger met instant success and sold 37,344 units, of which 468 were optioned with the HEMI."
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For sale by owner is this beautiful, highly optioned 1966 Charger. This is a very well maintained original with some cosmetic and mechanical restoration over the years as needed. The odometer reads 84,308 and is believed to be correct, but is being sold as exempt because of the age. The original 318 engine is long gone and has been replaced with a rebuilt, period correct 440 with a mild cam and headers. Power flows through the 727 Torqflite transmission. The body has all original sheet metal and was repainted the original color (Silver Mist), the exterior trim and chrome have been redone and are in excellent condition. The interior has been redone with correct legendary seat covers, the underside is original and is solid clean and dry. What follows are the details.
Vin # XP29E61203400
440 V-8 Engine
Mild Street Cam
Edelbrock 660 CFM Carburetor
Edelbrock Performer Intake Manifold
Ceramic Coated Headers
Dual Exhaust with Imco Mufflers
727 Torqflite Transmission
Power Drum Brakes
Factory Air Conditioning
Magnum 500 Rally Wheels
Coker Redline Tires
Aftermarket AM/FM/CD Stereo
The following items are all new in 2015:
Upper & Lower Ball Joints
Inner & Outer Tie Rods
Control Arm Bushings
Front Adjustable Shocks
Hemi Torsion Bars
Gas Tank & Sending Unit
Rear Sway Bar
This is beautiful example of a fairly rare car you don't see very often and it never fails to draw a crowd. All features except the a/c, clock and radio are fully operational. It looks and runs terrific and is now ready for a new owner.
�Included in the sale will be the original A/C parts, radio and Certicard.
Please remember that this car is 50 years old and not perfect.The A/C has been removed, the clock and original radio are inoperable.
THIS CAR IS FOR SALE BY OWNER AND LOCATED IN LANSING, ILLINOIS 60438
Disclaimer;� This vehicle is for sale by a private party and the above information was provided by the owner.� We can make no guarantee as to the accuracy of the information.� All vehicles are sold "AS-IS" and "WHERE IS" with no express, written, or implied warranty, representation, or guarantee (including, but not limited to; warranties of merchantability and/or
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