Not often do you find these second generation Chargers but to find one that’s been tucked away for in captivity, hidden for decades, far from prying eyes. That in it’s own is a rarity all unto itself. This Charger is very complete and has good bones to build upon. The frame rails are solid as are many other areas of the (roof, rockers, doors, passenger quarter panel, deck lid, etc.). She will need a lower quarter panel on the drivers side, floors, trunk, trunk drops, and rear valance. We are only missing one piece of glass and the remaining glass is in good shape. 99% of the stainless is in tact. I was told by the previous owner that it does retain its original motor and transmission. It never mattered to me as we had planned on building it in to a RT/SE 426 Hemi clone. The interior of the Charger is complete but it does have incorrect bucket seats as well as an incorrect steering wheel. The previous owner had stated that the mileage on the odometer is accurate.
Kansas City, Missouri, United States