The 1969 Dodge Charger was most notably known for its appearances in “The Dukes of Hazzard”, affectionately named “The General Lee”.
The 1969 Dodge Charger didn’t change much from the previous year. The few changes that were made include a new grille with a center divider, taillights that were longer, added leather inserts in the front seats, chrome rocker moldings and a wood grain steering wheel.
The 1969 Dodge Charger had two different 383 motors; a two-barrel and a four-barrel. The two-barrel motor put out roughly 290hp whereas the four-barrel motor put out roughly 330hp.
Overall, approximately 89,000+ 1969 Dodge Chargers were sold in 1969.
|B3||Light Blue Poly.|
|B5||Bright Blue Poly.|
|B7||Medium Blue Poly.|
|B9||Dark Blue Poly.|
|F3||Light Green Poly.|
|F5||Medium Green Poly.|
|F6||Bright Green Poly.|
|F8||Dark Green Poly.|
|Q4||Light Turquoise Poly.|
|Q5||Bright Turquoise Poly.|
|T3||Light Bronze Poly.|
|T7||Dark Bronze Poly.|
|Y3||Cream||No Paint Chip|
|Y6||Citron Gold||No Paint Chip|
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