1969 Dodge Charger is known well as the manufactured by Chrysler. Based on the history, the car at that time was on the platform of Chrysler B. The company was working hard in order to create the new ideas about presenting special and luxury car segments and it came out with the bigger model between the Ford Mustard and also Ford Thunderbird. By using the B-body, the car was presented in sporty look and it was introduced around the middle season in 1996.
1969 Dodge Charger Design
It was reported that the car came out with long side window so it could prevent the sweeping roof so it didn’t look like a too heavy design. The car got a shared chassis with front-end and also sheet-metal from the Dodge Coronet. With that shared parts, it was no wonder if the car had a bit similar look as the Coronet. 1969 Dodge Charger had a different interior compared to other since it was available with folded down back seats feature and there was station wagon. For the grill, it was completed with Fratzog Emblem design and the trunk hatch too. The exterior was presented with turquoise paint for the B-series while for the 440 Magnum and 426 Hemi were in Street Hemi Orange. Few modifications completed this model. Around the exterior, the new grille with new longitudinal taillight by Harvey J. Winn and it was supported with new trim line known well as Special Edition. Inside the cabin, you could enjoy the leather inserts on the front seats, chrome rocker molds and also steering wheel with wood grain. You could also find out the wood grain on the instrument panel. The optional version was offered with sunroof.
1969 Dodge Charger Price and Specs
When the car was arrived on the market, the company considered the base price for about $3,100 while the engine is $2,850. The car was available with 383 various motors with 2-barrel and also 4-barrel. For 2 barrel, it could get the output for about 290 horsepower while the 4-barrel could generate for about 330 horsepower. At that time, the engine was quite unique. What made difference between the 335 horsepower 383 magnum and also 330 horsepower 4-barrel was the internal part and both the car as designed with larger exhaust manifolds and Carter AVS carbs for the car. At that era, it could be said that a high performance with classy interior could be found through 1969 Dodge Charger.