Even back in the day, a ’69 Dodge Charger 500 was a rare animal. And no wonder: According to numbers guru Galen Govier, Ma Mopar made only 580 of them in that one model year (subsequent-year Charger 500s were merely a trim level in the Charger line and had none of the body modifications of the ’69). Of those 580 cars, Govier says 120 of them were packed with the 426 Hemi engine. And of those 120, other sources say only about 15 (or maybe 27) had a four-speed manual transmission.
Take a look in this vintage road test of one of the rarest, fastest, and today one of the most valuable of all of the classic Mopars; the 1969 Dodge Charger 500, with the 426 Hemi engine.
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