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1969 Orange Crush Dodge Charger

$ 64,995


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Lutz, FL   33559 Model Year: 1969 Mileage: 73635
VIN: XS29L9B348730 Engine Displacement:
Exterior Color: Orange Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic
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There's nothing quite like the full rebellion feeling that comes from owning a 1969 Dodge Charger R/T in full General Lee livery. After all, the good-timing attitude this inspires while you play Dixie on the horn is always in style. And the performance-built 440 V8 under the hood is ready for all the hijinks. So take a long look at a special build that has a genuine Dukes of Hazzard connection.

There is a huge desirability factor in owning a '69 Charger. There are terrific elements, like the hidden headlights, split grille (exclusive to '69), extra-wide chrome bumpers, and flying buttress C-pillars. Plus, the XS code in the VIN tells us that his is a real-deal R/T. But then you add the superstar element like the vivid orange paint that glows so bright, you'll still be recognizable even at night. It makes for a great canvas to add the General Lee's signature graphics and push bumper. This is even finished off with the correct Vector-style wheels. And this has to be an accurate representation of the General Lee, because it has a direct connection to the Dukes of Hazzard. It's believed to be a movie/promo car from a TNN production. Plus, you have the signatures of plenty of Dukes cast members from different productions. This includes Johnny Knoxville from the big screen movie, Ben Jones as Cooter from the original TV show, and Catherine Bach who will forever be Daisy.

Chargers are popular because they're fast, but they're also spacious, comfortable, and surprisingly luxurious, too. While the Duke Boys had to slide through the windows, you'll be happy to open the door and slip into the comfy bucket seats. Plus, a center console is always a welcome sight, especially with the stylized wood paneling and bright shifter poking through. This all has quite a nice feeling, because this was professionally restored to look its best as a promotional vehicle. And when you see the CB and roll bar, you're also instantly reminded of the kind of fun The Dukes of Hazzard was all about.

Under the hood, the custom air grabber with Cooter's signature is a nice touch that will have you lifting the hood on this one wherever you park. More than just look good, you'll love that this is the mighty 440 cubic-inch V8. It has upgrades like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Mopar hi-rise intake, and headers feeding the rumbling dual exhaust. Plus, it even has nice supporting components like steel-braided hoses and a serpentine belt system. And while this is a total power package to could easily be used to jump a ravine, this General Lee was built to be an easy driver, too. You're got nice anytime driving features like the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes with discs up front.

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