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Dodge Charger V8 1969 (Matching numbers)
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The most wanted and most valuable Charger, the one from 1969, the one and only General Lee. This car has matching transmission and engine. Everything about this muscle car is still original and in great condition. Only the paint and the interior have been renewed and it has different rims. The few 1969 chargers with matching numbers left are very rare and increasingly popular, but also more and more expensive. This car drives, brakes, shifts and steers wonderfully. It has recently been completely body-off restored and beautifully spray painted in the color black with a purple glow. The Charger has not been welded and the entire car is rust free and super straight. The original engine (380ci) has been completely revised and is in great shape. The only thing that still needs to be taken care of is two tiny tears in the dashboard. Would you prefer a different block in this car than we can replace this in our own garage, for instance a 440 block or even a Hemi. The original block will be included with the car, because some day it will most probably be put back in. This great muscle car already has a Dutch license plate and will come with a new ’APK’. Any questions? Please contact us.
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