1966 Dodge Charger Fastback
1st year for the famous Fastback Charger. Sold new at Douglas Dodge in Charlotte, North Carolina. This frame up restoration started with a well maintained and garaged car. Beautiful Cranberry Metallic paint set off by the Gold Bumble Bee stripe. The 383 C.I. engine has 11 to 1 pistons and develops at least 375 HP. Art Walker built the 355 posi rear end and added front and rear Hemi sway bars. Rear Hemi heavy duty leaf springs were also added. This is an original factory air conditioned car and comes with the original warranty I.D. plate. 3" custom exhaust with X pipe and Flowmasters gives this Charger a unique sound. All new or re-chromed parts throughout, and less than 1000 miles since built. The mild custom interior make this Charger
stand apart from all others.
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