1966 Dodge Charger US$110,000

1966 Dodge Charger
1966 Dodge Charger
1966 Dodge Charger
1966 Dodge Charger

Car Price

$110,000
approx. $110,000
approx. €90.493,48
approx. AED404 030
approx. $139,913.51
approx. $132,885.50
approx. CHF99,033
approx. ¥705,815
approx. £77,779.24
approx. HK$854 254,50
approx. kn682.517
approx. $2,186,906.70
approx. kr906.521
approx. ₽8.159.041
approx. kr915 365
approx. ฿3,421,000
approx. R1,541,034
approx. $3,051,652.89
approx. ₱5,259,330.45
approx. Kč2 312 232,89
approx. ₨4,433,000
approx. $145,717
approx. $91,697.54
approx. $76.417.000
approx. B/.110,000
approx. $220,000
approx. ₹8,075,431.43
approx. ¥11,972,730
approx. $297,280.50
approx. $150,861.59
approx. £77,779.24
approx. R$575.575
approx. ₪357,868.50
approx. ر.ع.42,349.120
approx. zł412 695,58
approx. $225,170
approx. $408.405.800
approx. Fr10,798,750
approx. $110,000
approx. ر.ق400,510
approx. ₡67.855.134,82
approx. Ft32 364 606,34
approx. د.م.972,466.33
approx. kr.672.908,39
approx. $110,000
approx. ₨21,675,167.80
approx. ₺910.459
approx. RM451,825
approx. ر.س412,510.78
approx. ₩122 518 203,28
approx. $221 781,89
approx. ₲745 671 755,40
approx. Rp1.558.023.500
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Car Details

  • Year: 1966
  • Location: Morgantown, United States
  • Mileage: 31974 mi (51457 km)
  • Gearbox: Manual
  • Fuel type: Petrol
  • Color: Green
  • Car type: Sedan
  • Engine: 8 Cylinder
  • Interior color: Custom
  • VIN: XP29H61240902
  • Condition: Used
  • Internal Reference: 2507_2418

Car Description

1966 Dodge Charger


During the early-1960s, automakers were exploring new ideas in the personal luxury and specialty car segments. Chrysler, fast to enter the specialty car market, selected their Dodge Division to enter the marketplace with a mid-size B-bodied sporty car to fit between the "pony car" Ford Mustang and "personal luxury" Ford Thunderbird. The intention was to create a fastback look while sharing as much existing company hardware as possible.


For consignment a first-year edition of the first generation Dodge Charger. This car is a 3-owner car with the first owner keeping knowledge of this car from his wife while drag racing it, never registering it. After his passing, imagine her surprise, although she sold it to the second owner who actually registered it and told his wife about it. The current consigner comes upon the car and puts a year and a half of time into restoring it right back to the factory specs. Some highlights include the Hemi engine, a Dana 60 rear, and power windows. A version consigner states has rare options with the color and deletes involved.


Exterior

If you thought the Barracuda fastback was cool, get a load of this fastback. It is truly the next level, looking much like the concept car of 1965 Dodge rolled out to wet future appetites for the upcoming muscle race. Nary a trunk lid here, although the gap suggests otherwise, but the long sloping line hides it. Outside shows the Charger badge on the long triangulated B pillar. The sides showing the beginnings of the Coke bottle shape design have well minded gaps and plenty of trimmings on the rockers and the wheel wells, belt line toppers, as well as around the windows. All this steel is bathed in Dark Green Metallic and it shows in excellent condition with no rust to be found. Tucked in bumpers in mirror-like finish gleam along with the chrome trimmings. Up front hidden headlights give the grill the appearance that it runs the entire way across the front of the car. The rear emulates this stretch across theme and has the taillight strip run entirely across the car as well. Fratzog badges are seen on the hood and a large circular badge on the trunk lid. 14-inch chrome wheel caps courtesy White Hat Brothers are on all 4 corners. Consigner states all original sheet metal and nuts and bolts were used during the restoration.


Interior

A swing of the doors and Gold vinyl mixes with metal panels and gold carpet to create a sporty looking door panel. Turning our attention to the seats, pristine gold tuck and roll pattern seats in the form of low back buckets in front and a duo of more buckets that have fold down capabilities and center armrest that folds allowing the user to store many a cargo item under that large fastback. A central console runs from dash to rear seat and even creates an additional storage area/armrest for the rear buckets. Looking up front at the dash and it is factory gorgeous. Very clean with its lineup of 4 circular instruments for the cluster, and a row of buttons, ignition, and knobs just below, all within perfect reach of the driver. The remainder of the dash uses a rectangular pattern with wood appliqué and black plastic to add texture and house the radio delete panel, airflow levers, and a glovebox. A clean tight felted dark tan fuzzy felted headliner is floating above.


Drivetrain

A repaint 2 years ago of the engine bay, and a refresh of the engine at 30K miles and it is just fab. Deep yellow/gold covers the block and intake manifold and water pump, then topped with matte black valve covers and I'm nearly ready to eat this engine as it presents as a piece of eye candy. It is a correct 426ci Hemi V8 and is topped with dual Carter correct numbers 4bbl carburetors front and back. A shout out to the chromed cleaner cover which can feed plenty of air for the fossils to mix with and turn this V8. A 4-speed manual speed transmission (A833) 12 x 5 x 65 date cast manual transmission, and a Dana 60, 3.54 posi rear axle complete this nice drivetrain muscle car package.


Undercarriage

Underneath a new stainless-steel H pipe exhaust system guides us through a very clean rust free structurally sound undercarriage that looks like it just left the showroom. Torsion bar suspension upfront, and leaf springs on the rear are in fab condition looking freshly blasted and no rust seen whatsoever. 11-inch power drum brakes for the front, and the rear can be seen. Consigner states these are the original brake shoes


Drive-Ability

This horsepower embellished Hemi fired right up and ran very nicely through all aspects of our test track. A good accelerator, strong flow through the gears power and smooth ride left us with a smile on our track test dummies face. (Wait! not dummies!). Our test drive revealed that the driver's power front window makes noise but does not move, and we found reverse gear difficult to drop into.


A special order 426 Hemi dual Carter 4bbl car with power windows, the Hemi mill, and a Dana 60 rear and a clock. Radio was deleted as was power steering and power brakes. All bathed in Dark Green Metallic paint, and the hidden headlights give it a futuristic sporty look.. Dah de day dit dah dee.... Charge!!(er), cue the Wurlitzer..


VIN DECODE

XP29H61240902

X-Charger

P-Premium Price Class

29-2 Door Sports Hardtop

H-426ci V8 Hemi 2x4bbl 425hp

6-1966

1-Lynch Rd, MI Assy Plant

240902-Sequential Unit Number


FENDER TAG

a-Console

b-Buckets

u-Sold Car (Special Order)

AB-426ci HEMI

C3-4 Speed Manual

G1-26" Radiator

K8-Power Windows

SO NUMBER 32509100-March 25th 1966 Build Date

BDY XP29-Charger

TRM P4T-Tan Vinyl

PAINT GG18Y-Dark Green Metallic, No Stripe, Medium Gold Upper Inner Door Frames


Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 600 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle barn find collection is on display.

This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.

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Classic Auto Mall

6180 Morgantown Road
19543
Morgantown
United States
Member since 2019

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