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1969 Dodge Charger

Daytona

Vehicle Info

condition
Condition
Used
engine
Engine
426 HEMI
transmission
Transmission
4-Speed Manual
drivetrain
Drivetrain
N/A
fuel
Fuel
N/A
exterior-color
Exterior Color
F8 Green
interior-color
Interior Color
Green
stock
Stock #
1010
request-VIN
VIN
XX29J9B383276
Fuel Economy
CITY
N/A
fuel-economy
HWY
N/A
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Description

HIGHLIGHTS 1 of 22 Hemi Daytona 4-speeds produced in 1969 The most highly optioned Hemi Daytona known to exist 1 of 70 Hemi Daytonas produced in 1969 Original 426 CI Hemi V-8 engine Factory 4-speed and 4.10 Super Track Pak car Finished in F8 Dark Green Metallic with Black rear wing Hemispherical cylinder heads Dual Carter AFB 4-barrel carburetors Original A833 4-speed manual transmission 9.75 Sure Grip rear end Power steering Power disc brakes C6G Green vinyl bucket seat interior C16 woodgrain center console Factory P31 power windows 6-way adjustable driver's seat Tinted glass Chrysler Solid State AM radio with 8-track player N85 tachometer Remote left-hand mirror Locking gas cap A01 Light Package N51 Max Cooling Package Color-matched stamped steel wheels with bright hubcaps bearing the Fratzog logo Redline tires Extensive restoration on original sheet metal Built at the Hamtramck plant Shipped new to Dodge City, Inc. in Phoenix, Arizona Copy of broadcast sheet Chrysler Registry Report Previously shown at MCACN Extra keys The Charger Daytona remains one of the most spectacular cars to ever emerge onto America's showroom floors. While aerodynamics plays a role in all modern vehicle engineering, this special streamlined street car was a revolutionary offering. This 1969 Dodge Hemi Daytona is not only one of the 503 produced in a brief time window between April and June 1969, but also one of the incredibly desirable 22 Hemi Daytona 4-speeds produced in that group. It's additionally the most highly optioned Hemi Daytona known to exist. That alone sets it apart from many of its peers, even in this special group. The Charger Daytona was also unique in its production, converted from one of Dodge's premium Charger R/T releases after its initial construction at the Hamtramck plant by Detroit-area subcontractor Creative Industries. Only two engines were available: the 440 Magnum and the 426 CI Hemi V-8, which is documented here as the original engine to this car. The Hemi needs little introduction, but it was truly significant in this body design, as NASCAR legality was the Daytona's focus and only 70 Hemi examples in total were built. The fact that this car also received the A34 Super Track Pak is also significant, as that option meant the A833 Hemi 4-speed manual transmission and a 4.10-geared Dana 60 9.75 Sure Grip rear end, as well as power front disc brakes, maximum cooling and the Hemi suspension components. The car is very uniquely finished as well, done in its factory F8 Dark Green Metallic with a black rear wing and a documented, matching, one-of-one C6G green vinyl bucket-seat interior. In addition to the C16 console with Hurst shifter and dash layout with the 150 MPH speedometer and N85 Tic-Toc-Tach, this car came with G11 All-Tinted Glass, the R22 AM/8-track radio and P31 Power Windows. Add to this the S81 wood-grain steering wheel, A01 Light Group, G33 remote left-hand mirror and C55 headrest bucket seats with the C62 six-way adjustable driver's seat, and this was truly a deluxe example of the Charger Daytona. The final touches here are color-matched stamped steel wheels with bright hubcaps bearing the Fratzog logo and 15-inch redline tires. This Daytona was likely custom-ordered by the originating dealer, Dodge City Inc. in Phoenix, Arizona, during the brief window the opportunity was offered. This stunning car has been given a full restoration on the original sheet metal and is documented via a copy of its broadcast sheet and a Chrysler Registry Report. The look remains unmistakable; it's a purpose-built spear designed to hammer the competition onto the wall. Under the tutelage of Bobby Isaac, the Charger Daytona did just that in 1970, before the design was rendered uncompetitive by NASCAR rules writers. As a collect

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