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1969 Dodge Charger S/E B5 Blue high optionned unrestored

Make: Dodge
Model: Charger
Trim: S/E
Year: 1969
Mileage: 75808
VIN: XP29G9B243752
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Fresno, California, United States

1969 Dodge Charger S/E Additional Info:

Dodge Charger .

Hello, I am selling my 1969 Dodge Charger S/E 383 automatic, 2 barrel, A/C, P/S, P/disc brake. This is a high option car, too many to list, here are a few: power windows, AM FM 8 track, and rear window defroster. This car is unrestored and well documented with 75,808 original miles. To see all the options, you can look at the data plate and built sheet which are provided in the pictures. There was three previous owners before me. The exterior color is B5 blue with a white vinyl top. The interior has blue seats, door panels, and carpet. I preformed service to make it driveable. Here is what I performed to get running: boiled out the radiator and gas tank, performed tune up with a new set of spark plugs, installed a new set of distributor points, a new distributor cap and condenser. I also adjusted the dwell and installed a new vacuum advance canister. Next, I changed out the engine and transmission oil and adjusted the transmission bands to their proper specifications. I also rebuilt the carburetor. The lighting system works except the turn signal switch needs to be replaced. Additionally, the gauges work except for the clock and fuel gauges. The temperature and oil pressure gauges read incorrectly. However, when I hooked up a manual gauge to the oil pressure cavity in the block, I read 48 PSI at a cold idle. The temperature gauge barely moves. Thus, I used my infrared thermometer and saw 180 degrees at the cooling system. The power window switches at the door where the driver sits function properly. The previous third owner was involved in an accidents at the passenger door area. I replaced the passenger door with a power window door from a 1968 Charger. I had to drill the top of the door for proper placement of the door lock. Next, the auto body company: Louis frame and wheels installed the rear quarter from the center of wheel well with the lower rocker to the front opening of door. I used the original sheet metal from another car. (No reproduction parts used. Good O.E.M Metal)They also use metal strips to patch the rear windows to eliminated the rust that was in that area. I prepped the area by getting the body lines as straight as possible then shot epoxgy primer on the sheet metal for protection. The only rust is at the driver floor pan not near the mounting bolts for the gas pedal. Which is minute. There are 4 pens hole in passenger floor. Trunk pan has very minute rust in the center of pan The drive train when suspended on jack stands had no vibrations in the drive line. This Charger runs and drives nicely and the oil barely seeps at the transmission area. The stainless steel pieces, kick panel, a/c hoses,gas pedal,air filter housing,ash tray original spare tire and extra parts are in trunk. I described this vehicle to the best of my ability and have nothing to hide.


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Shipping and Payment

Sold as is. A NON REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT OF $500 WILL BE DUE 36 HOURS AFTER AUCTION ENDS, THE REST CAN BE CASH ON HAND, MONEY ORDER OR CASHIERS CHECK (ALL FUNDS NEED TO CLEAR MY BANK BEFORE CAR LEAVES MY PROPERTY). For over sea international bidders, I accept wire transfer. Winning bidder shall pay in full by cashiers check or money order only within 7 days of auction closing. Buyer is responsible for shipping costs and arrangements. I can help with loading the car or any arrangements that you would like to make. Feel free to ask any questions before bidding. Sold as is. Thanks for your time. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS JUST LET ME KNOW, GOOD LUCK,