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440-Powered 1969 Dodge Charger

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$42,600

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440-Powered 1969 Dodge Charger

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440-Powered 1969 Dodge Charger

Highest Bid: $42,600 (USD) by: RichieRich

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Chassis/VIN:

XP29F9B381361

Location:

SEBRING, Florida

Odometer:

319 (Mi)

Lot Number:

9802165

Engine:

440ci V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

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Highest Bid: $42,600 (USD) by: RichieRich

Auction Type:  Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

XP29F9B381361

Location:

SEBRING, Florida

Odometer:

319 (Mi)

Lot Number:

9802165

Engine:

440ci V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

Confirmed

 

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Vehicle Story

This 1969 Dodge Charger was the recipient of a recent restoration that incorporated replacement body panels, a refurbished and sound-deadened interior, and performance equipment including an Edelbrock carburetor and Flowmaster exhaust system. Power comes from a replacement 440ci V8 backed by a 727 3-speed automatic transmission. The seller has owned the vehicle for two years and is including documentation and receipts from the inside-and-out rebuild. Finished in Emerald Green Metallic over, this second-generation Charger is now offered with build photographs, receipts, original gauges, uninstalled front and rear bumperettes, and a clear Florida title in the seller’s name.

The Charger and its Chrysler B-body siblings received a redesign in 1968 as they evolved into a second generation. The following year, the grille the changed to incorporate a center divider and the taillamps were revised. This Charger from 1969 was repainted Dark Emerald Green Metallic as part of restoration under the seller’s ownership. Various body parts were replaced using components from AMD Metal Direct, including the hood, front fenders, doors, rear frame rails, trunk pan, and more. The resulting fitment and finishes are properly aligned, and the exterior features hideaway headlights, a hardtop roofline, and a replacement windshield. A 2.5” stainless-steel exhaust system was added with Flowmaster mufflers. The seller notes that there is no wiper reservoir but the wipers are in working condition. 

Cragar SS 15” chrome-finished five-spoke wheels and mounted to staggered-width Milestar Street Steel raised-white-letter tires. The front brakes were converted to discs using a kit from Classic Performance, and the suspension features replacement shocks and new sway bar bushings.

The interior contains white bucket seats, color-matched to the door panels and split by a full-length center console. Replacement black carpeting was installed with sound deadening over the replacement floor pan, and the door rubbers and window seals were replaced as well. Amenities include a Vintage Air HVAC system, a B&M Quicksilver shift lever, and a wood-rimmed GT steering wheel. The audio system is a Soundstream AM/FM/CD/DVD head unit connected to two 6x9 Thumper speakers mounted below the rear package tray.

Instrumentation includes aftermarket gauges with a 160-mph speedometer, an 8k-rpm tachometer, and accompanying gauges for fuel level, coolant temperature, oil pressure, and voltage. The replacement gauges feature a six-digit mechanical odometer, and true mileage on the chassis is unknown.   

The replacement 440ci V8 was sourced from a 1972 model year vehicle and features a mild camshaft, performance headers, an Edelbrock carburetor, and a Performer intake. An oil change was performed in April 2021. The headlight wiring harness has been replaced, and the fuel tank and sending unit were replaced as part of the rebuild as well. Power is directed to the rear wheels via a 3-speed A-727 automatic transmission and a console-mounted shift lever.

Photos showing the underside are available in the carousel.

The sale includes documentation of the build, receipts, the original gauges, and a set of replacement front and rear bumperettes. The seller notes a replacement trim piece for the rear window has been ordered. 

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Comments & Questions

August 03, 2021
07:39 AM
Seller

@ASchofield – When was the restoration complete? Trying to get an idea of how current the finish pictures may be. Thanks. ...

Hi, Approx a year. Has always been garage kept since restoration. Thanks also.

August 03, 2021
07:04 AM
Bidder

When was the restoration complete? Trying to get an idea of how current the finish pictures may be. Thanks.

August 02, 2021
11:26 AM
Seller

@MickyFig – I'm not even a big Charger fan, but I'd gladly go into debt to have this car. That's just how gorgeous I think it is. Plus it has 2 VERY MUST HAVE features for me. Automatic trans and A/C (always preferable factory or as close to it as possible). One sweet car! Someone is going to be stylin'! ...

Hi Micky! Great comment! Made my day. Thanks Jack

August 02, 2021
11:00 AM

I'm not even a big Charger fan, but I'd gladly go into debt to have this car. That's just how gorgeous I think it is. Plus it has 2 VERY MUST HAVE features for me. Automatic trans and A/C (always preferable factory or as close to it as possible). One sweet car! Someone is going to be stylin'!

August 02, 2021
10:21 AM
Seller

@ASchofield – Thank you. ...

Yes sir!

August 02, 2021
09:48 AM
Bidder

@Jackskura – Hi, Not a crack. Maybe a reflection of something. If you look at the picture previous to the one you mentioned and can zoom in no crack is there. I also just received the corner trim piece not sure if I will attempt to install it. If you are familiar with the Gen 2 Chargers the left and right lower trim pieces can be a challenge. LOL ...

Thank you.

August 02, 2021
08:56 AM
Seller

@richard.espinosa – This is one nice car ...

Thanks Richard!!

August 02, 2021
08:52 AM

This is one nice car

August 01, 2021
05:43 PM
Seller

@Thorpro – Any pics of the rear frame that was replaced? ...

Hi, If you scroll down on the listing to Vehicle Story, to the right you should see Additional Photo's. Photo carousel 3 shows a few pics of the original and new frame rails. Thanks

August 01, 2021
05:11 PM

Any pics of the rear frame that was replaced?

August 01, 2021
11:00 AM
Seller

@Bondob11 – Beautiful Job !!! ...

Thank you!!

August 01, 2021
10:57 AM

Beautiful Job !!!

August 01, 2021
03:53 AM
Seller

@Collector – Beautiful car. What kind of horsepower are you running? And how would classify this as a Sunday driver or a performance vehicle? I ask because I have a little of both in my current collection. And it matters to me ...

Hi,Thanks! Don't know horsepower rating, never put on dyno. When I bought the car there was no info on the motor build other than is has a nice sounding cam, headers, Edelbrock aluminum manifold and Edelbrock carburetor. I put in a vacuum canister as the cam was stealing air from the brake booster. Solved that problem. I would say its a little of both Sunday driver and performance.

July 31, 2021
02:59 PM

Beautiful car. What kind of horsepower are you running? And how would classify this as a Sunday driver or a performance vehicle? I ask because I have a little of both in my current collection. And it matters to me

July 30, 2021
11:10 AM
Seller

@ASchofield – In the photo of the rear window molding, there appears to be a crack in the body, just right of the trunk lid. Yes? Beautiful car by the way. ...

Hi, Not a crack. Maybe a reflection of something. If you look at the picture previous to the one you mentioned and can zoom in no crack is there. I also just received the corner trim piece not sure if I will attempt to install it. If you are familiar with the Gen 2 Chargers the left and right lower trim pieces can be a challenge. LOL

July 30, 2021
09:44 AM
Bidder

In the photo of the rear window molding, there appears to be a crack in the body, just right of the trunk lid. Yes? Beautiful car by the way.

July 29, 2021
12:18 PM
Seller

@DannnyInNJ – I'm assuming the original gauges must not work properly, but is that correct? Are they damaged in any way (wires, connectors, etc)? Is there anything preventing putting them back? ...

Hi Danny, The gauges didn't work when I got the car so I made the current gauge cluster. The wiring for the original gauges and lights is still in place just taped or capped off. On the back of the original gauge cluster you can see where the circuitry had shorted out. Hope this answers your question. Thanks for your inquiry.

July 29, 2021
12:08 PM

I'm assuming the original gauges must not work properly, but is that correct? Are they damaged in any way (wires, connectors, etc)? Is there anything preventing putting them back?

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