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This is for serious inquiries only. If you are looking for an awesome 1969 Dodge Charger project car to purchase here in the next month or two? This just might be the car for you. I will be selling my pride and joy, my Y4 Gold G-code 1969 383-2V Dodge Charger A41 White Hat Special car, here in about a month or two. I will be asking $28,000 for it and the price will be FIRM. Cash only deal too. Car is a pretty rare, but kind of ugly color combo from the factory. Y4 Gold, with a F8 Dark Green interior and a full green vinyl top. I was gonna do a General Lee clone out of it, then I finally came to my senses. I then decided to take it back to the original color combo, but recently came to the decision to just sell it. Really solid car, needing quarter panels, front floor pans and a center trunk. Rear valance and rear valance corner extensions will need to be replaced as well. Mint hood, mint deck lid, nice front valance, nice front and back bumpers, plus a really nice tail panel and tail lights. The original 1969 Charger grille assembly is really nice too. Front fenders are really decent and so are both doors. All of the following body panels I just listed are still original to the car. There is a dent in the driver's side door and the passenger's side fender. But, those will be fixed on my dime before the car comes up for sale. It will be going to my local body shop really soon. Shouldn't take hardly any time at all to get it in and out of there.
Roof is super nice for a vinyl top car. Frame rails are super solid. Car sold new at Don Schmid Dodge up in Wichita, Kansas. It was a Kansas car it's whole life, until I brought it to Oklahoma back around 1998. I bought it out of Arkansas City, Kansas. Car still retains it's original #'s matching big block 727 automatic transmission. Car comes with a non-numbers matching complete 1969 E383-4V (HP) motor. Also included is a 1969 E440-4V big block 727 automatic drive train out of a 1969 Chrysler New Yoker or Imperial. VIN#'s do match on both the E440 motor and 727 big block transmission. I also have a 1969 440-4V (HP) block that goes with the car too. For some odd reason, the block has been restamped 383 HP on the upper ID pad. It is a 440 though. The VIN# stamped in the lower ID pad, down by the oil pan is for a 1969 GTX. I have all of the original 383 big block under hood AC parts and the original 1969 383 big block radiator to the car as well. I have all of the original 1969 big block AC engine parts, such as the compressor, pulleys, and brackets. I will also include a set of complete non-air big block pulleys and brackets too. That way, if you wanna leave the AC parts off for awhile? The non-air parts will get you set up and on the road a lot quicker ya know? You can leave all of the AC stuff off of the car, and have it all restored for another day. Then when that day finally arrives? You can get it installed on the car, and get the factory original AC system working again.
All body VIN#'s do match. Original fender tag is still present and is really nice. A nice complete build sheet was found in the car, but it was to another 1969 Charger on the assembly line, the same day my car was built. Car comes with really nice 15 inch American Racing Outlaw wheels (2-15X7's & 2-15X8.5's), with brand new Milestar tires. 295 60's for the back and 215 70's for the front on the tires. I also have all 5 of the original 14 inch black painted steel wheels (including the spare), with full wheel covers to the car. I also have a 100% date code correct "9C" dated bumper jack assembly for the car. I have a real NOS 1969 Charger owner's manual set too. Lots of documents with it. Car has a 489 case 3.23 Sure Grip 8 3/4 rear end. I also bought a 100% date code correct original 1969 tic tic tach for it as well. I also have an original 1969 Charger tach harness for the tic toc tach. Lots of parts not mentioned here come with the car. I will list them when I put the car up for sale. Clear Oklahoma title in my name and the tag is current as well. I hate to sell this car, but the time has come for me to buy a new 2019 392 Hemi Dodge Charger Scat Pack R/T, or a new 2019 392 Hemi Scat Pack R/T Challenger Widebody. I will also be selling my EB5 Bright Blue Metallic U-code 1970 440-4V (HP) Magnum Dodge Charger R/T project car for $30,000 really soon too. Exact details about that car will come later. U.S. and Canadian cash buyers only please. Thanks for looking. ???