a pretty solid, Arizona, TRUE big block 1969 Dodge Charger project vehicle. This is a BASE 383, 727, column shift, vinyl top Charger with clean title. This car spent its life in Arizona then moved to Mississippi then up to Ohio. It is in pretty solid condition being from Arizona. Floors, rockers, trunk, frame, undercarriage, torque boxes, wheel houses, doors and deck lid are SUPER SOLID and RUSTFREE! Even the passenger side sheetmetal is RUSTFREE (door, fender and even the quarter panel). Someone added disc brakes to the front. Now the bad, being from Arizona and having a vinyl top, the heat destroyed the top. It was never changed. The car moved down to Mississippi in more of a wet environment where the water got under the vinyl top and rusted out the entire roof. The roof section will need to be replaced! A NEW AMD roof panel is included with the car! Also more bad news, the driver side was side swiped at one point and someone “Frankensteined” patch pieces in. So you will need to replace the drivers side fender, door and quarter panel. I do have a set of rust-free doors that go with it. Most of the trim, glass, and bumpers are there. The front grill assembly is in very nice shape and looks operational. Some of the of the interior is there but the seats are shot, just the frames are left. The good portion of the interior is there. Trim, wiring, tail lights, moldings, etc. Most of it is fair-to-poor condition. Bucket seat frames are fair condition. Steering wheel and lots of misc. parts that go with the car. Interior will need complete restoration! There is no motor or trans! Car does roll easy.

Macedonia, Ohio, United States