Dodge Charger 1966 - First of the legendary Chargers 440 Big Block low miles

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Dodge Charger 1966 - First of the legendary Chargers 440 Big Block low miles
Will come with NSW RWC - Can have 12mths rego at buyers expense
Don't miss this rare opportunity to own what is becoming a rare to find Detroit 60s classic! This 1966 Dodge Charger fastback is a low mile example with only 22,658 miles showing. Needs a little tidy up work but nothing major. Last three photos are from 2015.
Engine / Trans
Engine built 17 years ago in the states, driven no more than 3000 miles. The car was originally a 383 however, it now sports a 440. This motor was built by Grays Automotive in Oregon. Engine was bored .030 over, forged internals, ARP hardware, Mopar performance cam, specs unknown. Edelbrock performer series heads, intake manifold and carb, 750 cfm. Original starter was replaced by an MSD starter. Schumacher headers. Transmission is a 727 3 speed, rebuilt at the same time as the motor. It shifts smoothly, has no known issues.
Suspension / Body
Car has a front disc brake conversion. Basic suspension components have been upgraded with new shocks, bushings etc. The body is straight though there are a few rust spots. The car was re painted 18 years ago and at that time it was taken down to metal, and the body was in excellent shape. I have noticed minor rust at the vent at the base of the windshield, and minor bubbling in the paint in the rear quarters and trunk lid.

Interior – all pieces there except for a few pieces of trim around the edge of the seats. The seats were reupholstered with leather and cloth. All panels are there. Interior was originally red, panels were dyed in black. Original dash pad. Gauges are there and are working, the lights work but the switch is a bit touchy. Glass is in good shape.
Headlight motors open under their own power but need assistance to get going, so they need some attention. Tail light is intact and looks good. All lights working.
These cars are becoming hard to find in decent, low mile examples even in the US. Research will show average examples going for 30-40k USD. Once it's gone may not find another.

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