The Legendary 1969 Dodge Daytona, The Car Which Broke The Talladega Track!!! LET’S TAKE IT FOR A TEST DRIVE!

There is nothing more beautiful to write only about legends of this caliber, the feeling is something which cannot be described. Somehow you immediately get back to the 60s and 70s and all the screaming of the HEMI engine and adrenaline is on front of you, you can sense it deeply.

This iconic car is all about that! Six proud victories behind it, two times in 1969 and four times in 1970. But the record was set with Buddy Baker racing with #88 Chrysler Engineering Daytona on March 24, 1970 when he broke the Talladega track with speed over 200mph, thanks to the heavy duty 440 cubic inches V8 Magnum engine.

This is one of the rarest collectible car on the planet and the fact that the production stopped after 440 units were produced with the legendary HEMI 426 V8 engine with 425HP, the aerodynamic marvel easily gets price over six figures.

We can’t finish the text without mentioning the 23 inch tall rear spoiler and the aerodynamic front bumper which replaced the depressed headlights. We are proud to live on the same continent where this engineering miracle was born. Tell us what you think about the legendary 1969 Dodge Daytona.


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