Dodge Charger Revival: Vintage Model Spotlight

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Dodge is preparing to revive the Charger, transitioning it from a four-door model to a full-fledged muscle car, effectively replacing the discontinued Challenger.

Rumors suggest its debut may be imminent, possibly featuring a six-cylinder engine alongside battery-electric powertrains. While enthusiasts await Dodge’s official unveiling, the second-hand market offers a plethora of Charger options, including a noteworthy 1969 model paying homage to the R/T variant.

Dodge Charger Revival: Vintage Model Spotlight

Despite not being an authentic R/T, this Charger underwent a significant restoration, now powered by a rebuilt 440 ci V8 married to an automatic transmission.

Adding to its allure, the Charger has remained with the same owner since the early 2000s, ensuring its preservation. Finished in blue with a matching interior, its only modern update is an upgraded stereo system.

With only 1,169 miles on the odometer, this vintage Charger commands a price of $84,900, reflecting its pristine condition and desirability among collectors.


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