Dodge’s 1969 Charger is one of the ubiquitous muscle cars of the 60’s and 70’s, so finding one that’s been parked for over 20 years is basically like unearthing a treasure chest on wheels. This Charger is a perfect example of such a find.
The car was originally metallic blue with a black vinyl top and had a matching blue interior. It doesn’t have the original 383 CID power plant, though, meaning it won’t be as valuable as a numbers-matching find. However, with its combination of power steering, power brakes and power windows to accompany the factory AC, this SE version should still bring pretty penny once it’s been restored to it’s former glory.