Discussion of the 426 Street / Strip HEMIs.
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I received this message from a website visitor...
I have a original, unrestored 1969 Hemi Dodge Charger R/T. The car has 48,000 original miles. T-Flyte tranny with a 3.55 rear end ratio. It's F8 Green, black vinyl roof, black interior with counsel shift and a white BB stripe. 100% numbers matching car. This car still has the original factory paint and in my opinion(and many others), it would be a waste of time and money to even PAINT the car, much less restore it. This car is 1 of 36 1969 Canadian Hemi Chargers. Out of the 36, 29 were R/T cars. This car is listed as number 29 of 29.
And he has a question, if we can find an answer...
If there is anyone out there that can tell me if there are any original unrestored 1969 Canadian Hemi Charger R/T's in existance, that would be great.
Definitely a long shot, but does anyone know of any others???
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As for 1969 Hemi Chargers shipped to Canada in any body style, the totals are atleast 37 produced. Of the 37 produced, 1 Hemi Charger was an NON R/T hemi Charger, 5 of these were Hemi Daytonas, and the number of Hemi Charger 500s, there are a few different figures but if compared to the Daytona there were at least 5 sold. I know of 3 sold new and I do not follow Hemi Charger 500s information very often. So if you are saying it is "1" of "36" then you need to lower your numbers down to atleast "1" of "28" R/T Chargers and this figure could be a little lower.