I am selling this car for my brother Ken who lives in Ramore, Ontario Canada. If needed he is willing to deliver the car to the Niagara Falls, Ontario area (close to the U.S.) for a reasonable fee. Please review the pictures closely and read the auction information carefully. Please direct all inquires to 705-236-4215 or email@example.com. He works shift work so please leave a voicemail if you don't reach him and he will call you back. If the auction winner is from the United States they will be responsible for importing the car.
The car has all original 69 Daytona parts from nose cone to wing taken from a Daytona donar car over 20 years ago. It has all the original wing mounting brackets as well as the hard to find original Daytona scissor jack. The nose cone is rough but complete. Passenger side headlight door is broken (just the fiberglass all the steel parts are undamaged). Front fenders are modified 70 charger fenders. The right rear quater panel was replaced several years ago and there is some rust on the rocker panels and in the hood hinge area. The rest of the car is good and solid.
The current engine is a 440 magnum which he was told was taken from the original 69 Daytona although it can't be confirmed. The engine does need to be rebuilt. The compression is fine but the valley pan developed a hole which allowed moisture to find it's way to the camshaft. The transmission is a 727 automatic which was working ok when the car was parked. The engine and transmission will be installed in the car to make transporting it easier.
The car currently has 1986 Daytona front seats in it. He does NOT have the original front seats. The rear seat foam is in good condition but will need new covers as the seams have split. The dash pad is in good condition and the car also has the rare Tic-Toc-Tach.
The car was purchased in northern Quebec, Canada 18 years ago.
All in all the car is in pretty good condition for it's age. You could do some relatively minor body work, fix up the interior, do a quick rebuild on the engine and be cruising in a rare classis Mopar in a relatively short time. Or you have a good starting point for a full rotisserie restoration.
At this time he am not willing to part the car out so please don't ask.