If you are a Charger fan, it is not an easy task to decide which model from the late 60s you prefer more, especially since the 1969 Dodge Charger had changed a little, compared to its predecessor, 1968 Dodge Charger. I think that most notable change was made in the split front grille, and in the embedded rectangular taillights (I`m not saying that they made it look like a totally different car, but still…) which they gave the `69 model a little bit sportier look.
There was also another package, SE Special Edition that was offered for the R/T models, which gave to this legendary American muscle a touch of luxury to the interior design, especially with the leather seats and the optional sunroof. The choice between the engines was still the same: 318, 383, 440 Magnum, and of course, the 426 HEMI.
In order to stress the latter department, today we have prepared a video that is coming from Germany, in which you will hear the sound of the 1969 Blown Dodge Charger. It is all fine and cool, but if you ask me, a car like this should not be sitting in the garage, collecting dust, but it should be driven at any place, any time – no matter how cold it is.