• The beneficiary of a 2-year rotisserie restoration that was completed in 2015
  • 440 cubic inch Chrysler RB V8 / Edelbrock heads
  • A833 4-speed manual transmission
  • Modern air conditioning
  • Chrysler 8.75-inch rear axle / Lock Right differential / 3.90 gears
  • Upgraded suspension
  • 19 and 20-inch Boze wheels
  • 4-wheel power disc brakes / Power steering
  • Legendary Auto Interior
  • Sale includes restoration photos and restoration receipts

Let's talk cars and entertainment for a minute. In the world of second-generation Chargers, there's a pronounced stylistic split. The car's character seems perfectly suited to a sinister coat of black, as personified in movies like Bullitt, the original Fast and Furious and, more recently, the cheesy cult classic Drive Angry. But there's simply no denying the outrageous swagger of the most well-known Charger of all time: Hazzard's General Lee. That's a stark contrast to other mechanical stars. Take Doc's DeLorean, for example. A DeLorean is pretty much a DeLorean no matter how many tiny tweaks an owner employs. Bandit Trans Ams, while specifically black, exist within a whole spectrum of colorful and equally brazen Special Edition cars. But in the world of Charger, it seems to be no color or all color... Authoritative and sophisticated are certainly descriptors that can be applied to this '69 R/T. Wrapping a 2-year rotisserie restoration around a 4-speed driveline and 440 cubic inches of fire-breathing V8, it's the quintessential gearhead power suit! Looking for some tough MoTown metal that's tempered to perfection? Look no further!


The beneficiary of a comprehensive rotisserie restoration that was commissioned by Silverado Enterprises of Sarasota, Florida, this slick MoPar prowls the boulevard as a highly appealing resto-mod that's clean, mean and ready to roar! The Charger's professional rebirth began when it was located as a complete, barely running survivor that graced a shed in Fargo, North Dakota. Once the car had been transported to a warmer home, it received a full acid dip that revealed a solid fuselage which retained 99% of its original metal. After a few repairs were made to its driver's door, that metal was bathed in glossy black 2-stage. That 2-stage was highlighted by factory trim that was professionally restored and lovingly polished. And in late 2015, this Dodge made its official blacktop debut.

1969 was a notable year in American pop culture. Neil Armstrong landed on the moon, Woodstock became a household name and Dodge released what is probably the most iconic muscle car in its long history of performance. Sure, you really can't go wrong driving any Charger. But when it comes to popularity, few will argue the incredible significance of a '69-vintage B-Body. At the front of this coupe, a silver-trimmed grille hangs a prominent “Charger R/T” script between electric headlights, a polished bumper and round, fratzog-branded parking lamps. Above that grille, a sculpted hood plants small turn indicators in front of clean glass that's part original and part replacement. That glass, cleared by satin wipers and framed in polished trim, caps a faceted profile, which anchors chrome Chrysler door handles between a factory mirror and a familiar 'pit stop' fuel filler. And at the back of that profile, a second polished bumper centers factory guards between bright taillights, a vivid “R/T” emblem and polished stainless exhaust tips.


Toss the hood and you'll find 440 cubic inches of 1971 Chrysler big block that was professionally rebuilt by Venice Auto Machine of Venice, Florida. At the top of the Hemi Orange mill, a satin-finish air cleaner shades a coated Quick Fuel carburetor, which floods a big Edelbrock TORKER II intake. That plane feeds 84cc Edelbrock heads, which utilize quality ARP bolts to cap a 4.35-inch bore that's pierced by a 3.75-inch stroke. That stroke comes courtesy of Eagle H-beam rods, which push JE flat-top pistons inside quality chromoly rings. Those pistons funnel spent gases through nickel coated TTI headers, which reflect polished valve covers and polished breathers. Stout compression, controlled by a rowdy Comp Thumpr cam, sparks via loomed MSD Street Fire plug wires, which are sequenced to an MSD coil, an MSD Pro-Billet distributor and MSD 6AL ignition. A polished March serpentine drive spins a coated water pump between a polished alternator and a polished AC compressor. An aluminum Griffin radiator keeps everything cool. And, aesthetically, the glossy engine bay looks great, all the way from the car's smoothed firewall to the 440's polished fluid reservoirs.


Lift this massaged B-Body and you'll find an over-restored undercarriage that features some of the hobby's best componentry. Behind the V8, a proven A833 4-speed twists a tough 8.75-inch axle, which spins a fresh Lock Right differential around big, 3.90 gears. Under that drivetrain, an upgraded Firm Feel torsion bar suspension aligns cushy air shocks and a beefy rear sway bar behind tight power steering. Abrupt stops are supplied by four power-assisted calipers, which squeeze a quartet of drilled and slotted rotors. Exhaust rolls from the aforementioned headers in to large-diameter pipes, which float electronic cutouts in front of Xlerator Turbo Mufflers. And at the corners of the chassis, attractive Boze wheels spin 255/35ZR19 Michelin Pilot Super Sports in front of 295/30ZR20 Michelin Pilot Super Sports.


Inside this awesome Dodge, you'll find a fresh Legendary interior that was installed by Hoyts Auto Upholstery of Sarasota, Florida. Factory seats wrap tight vinyl around new foams, re-webbed supports, and blasted and refinished frames. Between those thrones, a factory console toggles a polished Hurst shifter behind tasteful Stewart Warner accessory gauges. In front of that divider, a straight dash hangs professionally rebuilt telemetry between modern air conditioning, a Craig 8-track player and old school Dodge Solid State audio. That seat, dash and console trifecta is framed in plush door panels, a tight headliner and clean carpet that floats Charger-themed floor mats around stainless-trimmed foot pedals. And in front of the driver, a thick Grant steering wheel laps a polished, tilting column.


* Restoration photos
* Restoration receipts
* Two sets of keys

Built for the sophisticated muscle car fan, this Charger is the perfect opportunity to bask in the spoils of owning a fresh, fully sorted classic. The car looks absolutely predatory. And with a whole roster of top notch equipment that's already spec-d and seamlessly bolted together, it's a one-way ticket to instant gratification. Call your friends at RK Motors Charlotte for more information!



* The beneficiary of a 2-year rotisserie restoration that was completed in 2015
* 440 cubic inch Chrysler RB V8 / Edelbrock heads
* A833 4-speed manual transmission
* Modern air conditioning
* Chrysler 8.75-inch rear axle / Lock Right differential / 3.90 gears
* Upgraded suspension
* 19 and 20-inch Boze wheels
* 4-wheel power disc brakes / Power steering
* Legendary Auto Interior
* Sale includes restoration photos and restoration receipts

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