- 18,995 high price
- Lutz, FL
- 2 weeks
This is the car that launched the legend. The 1966 dodge charger is the first year for the now iconic name. Dodge was catching up to the new craze of more personal sports cars started by the mustang, so their historically low production numbers are especially true for the mid-year introduction of these 1966 coupes. But part of the reason why these were a little late to the party was because they were getting the design right. More than just the bold roofline, this one has some very thoughtful design elements. It starts with the bright full-width grille. The chrome side moldings start here and run continuously over the coronet's rear kick up, and it doesn't stop until the wide rear bumper. The result is almost like a wraparound effect of brightwork. The factory beige paint looks amazing for its age, and it still gives off a great gloss on a sunny day. Even the factory-correct wheel covers are in place. This is a true survivor! Just like the exterior, we cannot find anywhere that isn't factory original on this tan upholstery. In fact, everything is so correct and original, even the am radio is still cranking out the tunes! Everyone gets the luxury of the full length center console with armrests, making for a very sleek interior that looks upscale. Plus, the rear seats individually fold flat for versatility not seen on many vintage sports cars. The gauges are absolute works of art, exquisite aircraft-inspired dials with markings around the perimeter and have a very modern glow at night. Under the hood, the 318 cubic-inch v8 looks both powerful and honest with a bright red presentation within the correct beige engine bay. And as we mentioned before, this coupe has only been in the care of one family all its life. It includes the original window sticker, bill of sale, owner's manual, and maintenance records.
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