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1969 Dodge Charger

Classics  /   /  By Tony Piff

With a $39,900 buy-it-now price, this is one of the cheapest, cleanest, most honest Chargers on eBay. It looks absolutely menacing in deep black with red Bumble Bee stripe. Under the hood is the numbers-matching 383, detailed as perfectly as the gleaming exterior, rumbling through new 2 ½-inch exhaust. The interior looks like time-warp preserved original, but actually features new covers, door panels, carpet and headliner.

The custom chrome and black rims are a great match, but for such an authentic, un-customized Mopar, I’d rather have the stock wheels or period Torq-Thrusts. The seller offers to discount the price if you don’t want the wheels.

Muscle cars tended to get hot-rodded, driven hard and then crashed, or they just rotted away when fashion tastes shifted. Authentic, good condition, big-block cars like this one are incredibly rare and valuable today, which is why you see so many clones, replicas and tributes.

This one is the real deal. See the listing here: 1969 Dodge Charger

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