I know that most of you (who are following us on regular basis) know better than to make quick and unsupported claims, but there are some people here in the United States, who are under the opinion that Europeans do not really like American muscle cars. But as you have had the opportunity to see many times by now, from the videos that we are showing you, nothing can be further from the truth. Especially when it comes to some of the most legendary Dodge models, like the 1968 Dodge Charger, 1970 Dodge Challenger, and many other iconic Mopar muscles. Today we are going to show you one really rare vintage muscle specimen that is coming from Germany, perfectly preserved 1969 Dodge Charger RT, a car that cannot be seen very often even here, in America.
So watching it rolling down the street, and knowing that it is burning tires over there in Germany, in this case right to the Ferrari flag, it simply fulfills my heart with joy and pleasure. Unfortunately, we do not have a whole lot of info about it, but we know that nothing has been changed under the hood of this `69 Charger. There is the Chrysler`s V8 engine (but we cannot tell you which version) that is making that well known Mopar sound which is a real music for the ears of every muscle car aficionado.
So watch the video and enjoy the timeless beauty and allure, and that perfect sound of the 1969 Dodge Charger RT, coming from Germany! Dodge Rules!
If you want to find out much more about the American muscle car market in Germany, from where this Charger is coming from, go to this link.