1969 Dodge Charger Daytona – 440+6

1969 Daytona Charger

This is the earliest known Daytona in existence today, and it has more options that most, including original tires, power windows, cruise control, Am 8-track with reverb, six way seat, power steering, power brakes, auto console, dual mirrors, and wood wheel. Just to name a few … This car was the cover car in Car Review magazine, June 1987.  It received a full restoration by Fredricks Dodge in Ohio, due to faded and checked paint … This Daytona has an unmatched pedigree, window sticker, broadcast sheet, owner history, only 3 bills of sale, original, photos and Galen Govier documentation.  It is listed in many articles and hard cover books.

This Daytona is an actual 5800-mile car, documented with original tires.  The most unusual feature is a documented 6 pack, and a letter by Chrysler to back It up.  Evidently, the original owner had ordered a Hemi car, and when it showed up, it had a 440 in it.  Since they couldn’t readily change the engine to a Hemi, the dealer received permission from Chrysler to install the 6-pack intake and carbs.  Since the Daytona only came with 440 and 426 Hemi motors, this car is very unique.

This car has an original interior, body panels, and was extremely well cared for.

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Bill Sefton
Bill Sefton
Bill Sefton, Chicago native, and passionate car collector. Currently retired, but still involved in the car collection community. Reach out, happy to connect!