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1966 Dodge Charger

Classics  /   /  By Tony Piff

This first-year Charger looks like an impressively original car with some extremely desirable performance options. It recently had a professional rebuild of  the engine, trans, brakes, front end and steering, and it looked like a great deal when we spotted it under $9k without reserve.

It’s a straight, dry California car, still wearing black plates, three owners from new, with documentation. The original paint is shiny, although the side panels show excessive wear, probably from long storage in a confined garage. Under the hood is the factory 383 big block (with factory chrome dress-up kit) mated to a rare 4-speed manual transmission with Sure-Grip rear end. We’re big fans of the heavy-duty radiator and bigger brakes that came with the rare tow package.  The seller says the car is “Galen Govier decoded” and “all numbers matching.”

701 1966-1967 Dodge Chargers sold on eBay Motors in the past three years, with the best examples fetching more than $16k. We’re eager to see how this one does. See the listing here.

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2 Comments on "1966 Dodge Charger"

10 months 1 day ago

23 apr 1966 white charger, define excessive wear of side panels. Are there other pictures of the outside and the inside of the car? If the car is still available, how and where do I make the bid?

10 months 20 hours ago


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