The 1969 Dodge Charger R/T, a cornerstone of American muscle car heritage, stands as a symbol of raw power and timeless design. This model, particularly famous as the ""General Lee"" in ""The Dukes of Hazzard,"" represents more than just a vehicle; it's a cultural icon that captures the spirit of an era. The '69 Charger's unique styling, with its divided grille and distinct taillight design, sets it apart from its predecessors, making it one of the most .....
recognizable cars in automotive history.
With its striking black exterior and white interior, this Dodge Charger R/T 440 is a standout example of the Charger's enduring appeal. The Charger R/T, known for its performance and style, was a key player in the muscle car era and continues to be a highly sought-after classic.
This Charger has been well-maintained, showing 63,812 miles on the odometer, though the exact mileage is unknown. It features a robust 4-speed manual A833 transmission, which is not original but era-appropriate. The interior is finished in original white vinyl, featuring bucket seats and a floor shifter.
Externally, the car has undergone a full repaint and is equipped with 18"" black Foose rims, enhancing its muscular stance. The Charger rides on 235/40R18 front and 275/40R18 rear tires, with power disc brakes at the front and power drum brakes at the rear.
440 Magnum V8 Engine
4-Speed Manual Transmission
Original White Vinyl Interior with Bucket Seats
18"" Black Foose Wheels
Power Front Disc and Rear Drum Brakes
Dual Exhaust System
Independent Front and Solid Axle Rear Suspension with Leaf Springs
Dana 60 Rear Axle
The 1969 Dodge Charger R/T 440 is a remarkable piece of automotive history, combining raw power with timeless design. It's a must-have for collectors and enthusiasts who appreciate the legacy of American muscle cars. Contact us to experience this classic Charger in person.