Evaluation: Superb paint, chrome and interior. Excellent nose cone and panel fits. Restored better than new. Represented as only 6363 miles from new and the original matching numbers engine.
Bottom Line: A stunning example of just 503 Charger Daytonas built, a one year only effort by Dodge to win in NASCAR and much more rare than the relatively common Plymouth Superbirds that followed a year later. Despite the rarity there were two ’69 Daytonas at Kissimmee this year with the other one (in Bright Red) bringing $308,000, both reasonably priced for their condition and equipment.