|1969 Dodge Charger 515 GTB left view|
|1969 Dodge Charger Pro Touring-Right View|
|1969 Dodge Charger-Engine|
If you do not recognize the Chargers 69, then you do not watch TV day in 1980. Painted orange and nicknamed the General Lee, a star on TV, from the beginning Chargers R / T with the standard 440 Magnum, 375 issued a strong power of the series "The Dukes of Hazzard" ..
|1969 Dodge Charger General Lee DOH|
|1969 Dodge Charger General Lee-Jump|
|1969 Dodge Charger-General Lee 4x4|
|HPI-1969 Dodge Charger Body|
Launched in 1966, the Dodge Charger was an instant success. With fashion in the mid-1960 is the new Charger Coronet hatch has been simplified, with a rich interior and plenty of power. From the get-go the Dodge Charger can be had with the almighty 426 Hemi, and muscle car market in full-blown Mopar fans enthusiastically rushed to buy the new charger.
|1969 Dodge Charger Pro Touring-Rear View|
|1969 Dodge Charger-Pro Touring|
|1969 DodgeCharger RT-Black|
The Charger 1969 still used the same body as the previous year, but received Divided rear lights, new grill. The Chargers Had The base 225-cid slant-six and 318-cid V-8 engine standard. The Charger R / T Had A 440-cid V-8 engine standard. You can get the Charger SE What was a mixture of sport and luxury that had all the standard features, plus leather seats and vinyl boot, Simulated woodgrain steering wheel covers, deep-dish wheels, hood mounted turn indicators signal , simulated woodgrain instrument panel and the option of the group of light. The Charger 500 was based on the standard Charger, but differed in the incorporation of grid, fixed headlights, and a window glass is flush-mounted rear reduced wind resistance.