A little History of Dodge
In the early 1900s, two bicycle makers Horage Elgin Dodge and John Francis Dodge, who invented one of the first all-steel
cars in America. Bicycles were the first vehicles produced by the Dodge brothers. In 1901 they opened a machine shop in Detroit,
making stove parts and, later, auto parts. They began their careers as bicycle machinists in their father's shop in Michigan.
Upon moving to Windsor, Ontario, Canada, they adapted their skills to meet the needs of the fledgling automotive industry
and found success producing intricate auto parts. It wasn't long before John and Horace came to the attention of Henry Ford.
He was so impressed with the brothers that he offered them one-tenth interest in his new motor car company.
The Dodge Brothers Company in 1910 established a large auto-parts plant in Hamtramck, Mich. There the brothers made engines
and other auto parts for the Ford Motor Company and for Olds Motor Works. In 1913 they began producing their own auto mobiles,
and the first Dodge auto-mobile appeared on Nov. 14, 1914. Horace Dodge was responsible for a number of manufacturing innovations,
including an oven that could bake enamel onto steel auto bodies. By 1920, the year in which both brothers died, Dodge was
one of the industry's largest companies. The Dodge concern was purchased by Chrysler Corporation in 1928 and remains a division
Dodge Charger 69 Production Figures
Some details about the total production of the Dodge Charger 69
|2 doors sports hardtop
|2 doors sports hardtop
|2 doors sports hardtop R/T
Dodge Charger 69 Engine codes
All the Engine Codes of the Charger 69
||225 cubic inch
||318 cubic inch
||383 cubic inch
||383 cubic inch
||426 cubic inch
||440 cubic inch
Dodge Charger 69 Prices in dollars (in 1969)
Prices excluding extra options
|Charger 6 cylinder
|Charger 8 cylinder
|Charger R/T 8 cylinder
|Charger 500 8 cylinder
|Charger Daytona 8 cylinder
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On this page you find the best pictures and videos of USA cars doing burnouts, smokin tires, heating tires, burning tires,
laying down rubber on the street, etc. The 1969 Charger has become very popular and well known again from the TV series "Dukes of Hazzard fan page" with a leading role for a 1969 Charger (named General Lee), speeding and jumping cars, rivers etc. Well
you all known the classic hit TV series, and of course the legendary car they used! What would you do if Dodge gave you a
fully-equipped 1969 Charger for an afternoon? We could only think of one answer: massive, tire-terrorizing burnouts.
Watch the burnout videos down bellow, there will be more USA car burnout videos added constantly. We also looking forward
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from the web, sent to me and some of them are taken myself. As far as I could see, all without copyright. Be sure that you
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Thanks to all of you, this site already got a nice collection of American muscle car burnout video's and pictures. I will
do my best, so the collection will grow even bigger. I will also take some photo's and shoot some video from the 1969 Dodge Charger RT this spring and summer, when I visit the mayor car show around the country. Now enjoy the next video how a 1969 dodge charger
burns out tire, but don't forget to check out the rest of my site !
Dodge Charger The Fast and the Furious
On the mean streets your reputation is everything, and it's not given to you - it is something you fight to earn. Here's
a "Must Have" for any Dodge Charger fan around the world. Who did not already have seen the Movie "The
Fast and the Furious" with the most sought Dodge Charger. One of the high points of this film was a drag race between
a supercharged Dodge Charger and a nitrous equipped Toyota Supra. In this winner-take-all race for street credibility and
power to a set of train tracks exactly a quarter mile away. As a train approaches, both cars manage to speed up and pass the
tracks as the train barrels down on them. 'Vin Diesel' drove this Dodge Charger in the film. While dressed like a 1970 this
is actually a 1969 body. Its one of 4 built for the scene.