The Ring Brothers Give the 1969 Dodge Charger A New Look


Let's face it, a lot of drivers today are obsessed with driving the newest foreign ride. I will be the first to admit that the allure of the latest supercars is hard to resist, but it would be foolish to omit the appeal of the classic cars that hit the road long before any of us had a license.


The Ring Brothers put 4,700 hours into this new build, and have given us another reason to appreciate the 1969 Dodge Charger, giving it a slightly new look while maintaining the car’s original ferocity. This American muscle classic has been shortened 2 inches and it’s wheelbase has been stretched out to three.


The Charger is equipped with a Detroit Speed subframe up front and four-link suspension in the rear. Custom 19-inch HRE wheels are wrapped in huge Michelin rubber and are fitted with Baer disc brakes. No need to worry about performance, as the 6.4-liter Wegner Motorsports Hemi provides all the power of the original and then some.