1969 Dodge Charger 500 for sale in Malone, New York


Can you say HEMI 39,000 original miles! Former Volo Museum vehicle. This Hemi motor has just been massaged with a full balanced & blueprint and dynoed at 620hp at 6000rpm and 620 ft. lbs. at 4700rpm. Machine work and dyno sheet total over $12,500. Only 5 miles on motor since completion! This Mopar has full documentation since new. Color is R4 with its original Black interior. 1969 production figures states that this is one of only 119 Hemi Charger 500s produced. 584 69 Charger R/T 500s were made, 1 Hemi & 3 440 cars were sent to Canada. This car has been Galen Govier documented. Furthermore only 83 fender tag Hemis known. History: The Charger 500, with a Coronet grille and a flush rear window. The main reason the Charger 500 was built was to eliminate aerodynamic problems that hurt it in comparison to Fords lower-power but more slippery racing models, 500 were sold in accordance with NASCAR rules. The Charger 500 was designed for the performance minded driver. At first glance it looks much like the standard Charger, but it has two major differences. The rear window has been slanted more so that it is flush with the trailing edge of the rear window pillars. The basic Charger and Charger R/T have a tunnel roof and the rear window is slanted less. The grille is flush mounted instead of recessed to improve air flow and the headlights are fixed instead of concealed as in the Charger and Charger R/T. The 500 is powered by the 426ci Hemi engine. The Charger 500 was built to a NASCAR requirement to allow Chargers to race on the stock car circuit. (Flush mounting provided a tremendous aerodynamic advantage which was to culminate in the Charger Daytona). Daisy and the Duke boys wished they had this car! .

Year:  1980 or older

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