1969 Dodge Charger SE 383 Big Block

Price: US $17,495.00 Item location: Durant, Oklahoma, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Charger
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 99,999
  • VIN: XP29G9
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1969 Dodge Charger

I have for sale my 1969 Dodge Charger SE project car. This car does need a complete restoration but it is without a doubt one of the most solid second generation (1968, 1969 or 1970) project chargers that you will ever find. This car was originally a big block 383 2bbl car with an automatic transmission. The original drivetrain is long gone. However, it does come with a 383 HP motor and transmission from a 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner. The motor does have a shiny coat of Hemi Orange paint on it but it does need to be tore down and rebuilt. The crank and pistons are not in the motor but they are included. This charger is very nearly rust free having spent its life in the arid high desert of New Mexico. There were only a few pen holes in the center trunk pan. The floor pans have been treated with POR15 but I have included the before pics in this auction to show how immaculate the floor pans of this car were. The frame rails are also in excellent shape. The exterior of the car is pretty darn straight too. I have replaced the passenger-side quarter panel with a new AMD panel. This was not due to rust, but rather the quarter panel had been dented just in front of the passenger-side rear wheel. This car will of course need body work to prepare it for paint, but there are no rusty body panels to replace! The interior of the car is a mix of good and bad. The wood grain SE dash and cluster are present and in very nice original shape. The front seats are from a ’70 or later mopar and either need reupholstered or replaced with the correct year model seats. The rear seat is from a ’68 charger. The door panels and upper door pads are missing, but these are all pieces that would need to be replaced with new pieces during a restoration anyhow. There are probably some parts and pieces that are missing but certainly it is largely a complete project car with all the major parts and pieces present. If you are looking for a project charger and all you can find are $15,000 rust buckets…this may be the car for you. You’ll save tons of money by not needing to replace quarter panels, floor pans, the rear valance or extensions. At the photobucket site, you will find over 500 pics of this car with multiple pics of just about every square inch of the car. The wheels and tires on the car ARE NOT INCLUDED in this auction. It will be sold with a set of roller wheels and tires. The car will roll and steers. I have a clean, clear Oklahoma title for this car in my name. Please, look at all the provided pics at the link below before bidding. The pics are very representative of the cars condition.

Please, ask all questions prior to bidding. Thank you.

There are an additional 500 plus pics of the car at the following link:

http://s869.photobucket.com/user/sridenour/library/1969%20Dodge%20Charger%20SE

PAYMENT INFORMATION: The car is sold as is, no warranty implied or offered. The successful bidder is required to send a $1000 nonrefundable deposit within 24 hours of the end of auction via PayPal (other methods may be used if discussed and agreed upon prior to bidding!). If you are not able or willing to meet these criteria, please do not bid until you have discussed options with me. The balance of the auction is due in full within 7 days of the end of the auction. I prefer PayPal (for the deposit ONLY) and an electronic funds transfer for the balance. I will not accept PayPal for payment of the balance except under special circumstances that must be agreed on prior to bidding. I’ll accept other forms of payment such as certified bank check or cashier’s check for the balance, but all funds must clear my bank prior to release of the car. I would like the car picked up within 30 days of the end of the auction. The buyer is solely responsible for arranging the pickup of the car.

ZERO (0) FEEDBACK AND NON-U.S. BIDDERS: If you are a zero (0) feedback bidder or a non-U.S. bidder you MUST contact me before bidding. I will cancel the bid of any zero feedback or non-U.S. bidder that does not contact me prior to bidding. I will require any zero feedback or non-U.S. bidder to provide me with a verifiable physical address and contact information prior to bidding. I realize we were all zero feedback bidders at some point, but unfortunately zero feedback bidders are often also non-paying bidders on automobile auctions.

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