A wide array of models were offered as part of the 1969 Dodge Charger line-up, including the base model, a more luxurious Special Edition 'SE,' two racing editions - the 500 and the Daytona - and the hot-performing R/T. However, only one body style was offered - a two-door hardtop.
The 1969 Charger continued to use the body from the previous year, which had been beautifully restyled from a flashback style to a semi-fastback design. The design differences are easily distinguished by a new divided grille and taillight treatment that was used in 1969.
The high-performance R/T featured dual exhausts with chrome tips, Red Line tires, a special handling package and heavy duty, manually-adjusted brakes. This Charger is powered by a 375 horsepower, 440 cubic-inch V-8 engine and features a Hurst four-speed transmission. The factory price for a Dodge Charger R/T in 1969 was nearly $3,600.
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