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My Sweet 1969 Charger R/T S.E.

Definition of the word "Runner"

Bought stripped of her original drive train and interior in 1984 with a doner '70s charger's 318 drivetrain, ( and yes i got teased about that) It took me till '99 to collect all the correct BB parts incl. a '69 Super Bee six-pack 440 now a 40 over 446 C.I. the S.E. interior came from another '69 S.E. both parts cars only cost $500 at the time BTW:

Last night we cruised all along and around the coast of San Francisco and as usual met alot of rabid Charger fans most of whom had a car just like it... The color is a ink blue with a red tint most folks think it's purple but it really changes alot depending on the light.

Extreamly dependable I'd drive my baby anywhere, not the fastest perhaps or concours correct, but the world's best Heavy Cruiser and she'll chirp the tires at '60. My Charger has only two sounds -Horney Panther or Pissed Off Tyrannosaur. some specs: stock six-pack cam, 770 Holly Street Avenger on a Weiland Stealth, MSD billet Distrib. MSD spark, 3 inch TTI exhaust with crossover, Built race 727 8 3/4 rear with 323s (the only remainder of the '70 Charger 500 drivetrain) Hemi Oiling and Tosion Bars, SS rear springs. Torque Thrust II American Wheels. engine dress up (chromed valve covers dip stick and Moroso air filter.

It's the Charger I've dreamed about since I was 12 in 1969 and sat in a tripple black 440 R/T at a dealership thinking - This is the King of the Road. I used to build alot of models in prep for this one. I promised myself that "one day", and it's now been driven regular for well over two decades and still she's the King of the Road.

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Remember: If your neck don't hurt it ain't a Muscle Car.


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dstryr on May 25, 2008 said:

That's a great car from what you started with. Congrats on keeping the dream!

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Anonymous on May 26, 2008 said:

Your car looks great! if it was a 68 it would be awesome!.)

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Anonymous on May 26, 2008 said:

Nice to see a real Charger thats a driver and CLEAN!

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Sptsmn on May 28, 2008 said:

Great restore job...looks fine, fine, super fine!

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Anonymous on Jun 10, 2008 said:

Car looks great except for the seat covers--wow.

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Anonymous on Jun 22, 2008 said:

Drop the seat covers and paint the rad support..It's just things people see first...Very Nice Car...

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Anonymous on Dec 29, 2008 said:

Love the color on the underside of the hood. Is that T3 Light Bronze Metallic, which all hot chicks love?

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Anonymous on Jan 5, 2009 said:

Lol! No it's the original dirty Med Bronze,.. Thanks Neal J... Brock Samson aka Strat!

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Anonymous on Jun 14, 2009 said:

f-ing gorgeous! I had a 68 Charger with a 383 - these coke-bottle b-bodies are pure sex.

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cogginscl on Nov 26, 2011 said:

In 1969 I had a Charger R/T 440 I payed $4,400 NEW I used to take it to New England drag way every weekend my times ran in the low 13's never lost in my class (E pure stock auto) The car was completely stock. One of the best cars I have ever had loved it

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Warrior on Jun 3, 2015 said:

"Horney Panther or Pissed Off Tyrannosaur"....way cool. Hope you are still driving it regularly. I appreciate all types in the car hobby but have a much greater appreciation for those that are driven and still look this good. Awesome Charger, great job!

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