1969 Dodge Charger
1969 Dodge Charger, General Lee Clone for sale.Non numbers matching 1969 Dodge Charger SE. (Originally a 383 and changed to a 440 at some point in its life). Car is a General Lee clone with decals, push bar, dixie horn, antenna, and CB radio. Autographed by Tom Wopat (Luke Duke) and Byron Cherry (Coy Duke). This car is a solid running 440 car with solid metal. There are some rust/bubble areas that are starting to appear (bottom of the quarter and panels and doors) in addition to some cracks in the paint (only a few). The car is a driver quality paint. The interior is clean with no rips or sagging headliners. All gauges have been updated to modern gauges. The headlights and air actuated headlight doors work. The car has been rewired with a Ron Francis Mopar wiring harness and modern fuses in the glovebox. Only a few 100 miles on a rebuild 727 Torqueflight Transmission, new starter, upgraded front disc breakers with booster, installed headers, new seat belts, gas tank straps, fuel sending unit, and more. If you want to have a hood sliding good time while outrunning Roscoe P. Coltrane and Boss Hogg, this is your General Lee. Always a head-turner and conversation starter wherever you go. People want their photo in it, with it, and want to talk about it. If you enjoy the attention and having fun, this 1969 Dodge Charger General Lee replica is for you.This vehicle has a clean title available with the car. This 1969 Dodge Charger is being sold as-is with no warranty or guarantee either expressed or implied. Deposit of $2000.00 due within 24 hours, and balance due via bank wire or Paypal within 7 business days. The vehicle will not be released until money has cleared. Buyer to arrange shipping on your own. If buyer does not pick up vehicle within 30 days, then storage fees will be assessed via the storage company and their normal monthly rate (details to follow). US Sales only and bidder must have a minimum of 20 positive feedbacks (or bid will be canceled) Notes about the car: Unknown mileage on the vehicle. This vehicle has no A/C. The heat is currently not hooked up. The roof flag is faded. There is a dent in the passenger's side rear valance. The vehicle has paint blemishes and a few cracks. The positive: Tear up the back roads and not feel bad about it. The car has 1970 Dodge Charger Seats in it. This vehicle is available locally for sale - seller reserves right to end this listing early if sold. No tire kickers or joyriders. Do not ask bottom price, offers to help sell, or negotiate.