1969 Dodge Charger: 318 V8 to 440 Power Transformation in Lime Green

1969-Charger-side-view-leadJR Carrillo's 1969 Dodge Charger has undergone a remarkable transformation under the skilled hands of its owner. Originally equipped with a 318-cubic inch V8 engine, it now boasts a powerful 440 engine crafted with as much aluminum as possible, enhancing both performance and efficiency.

1969 Charger Now Goes, Looks, & Stops Much Better

Not stopping there, JR also made significant upgrades to the vehicle, including the installation of disc brakes, a reinforced drive line, and a new fuel tank for optimal functionality. The suspension was completely overhauled with energy bushings, ensuring a smooth and controlled ride. Additionally, the 727 automatic transmission was enhanced with a shift kit and stall converter for improved acceleration and responsiveness. To complete the new look and feel of his Charger, JR treated it to a fresh set of wheels and tires, adding both style and traction to this impressive machine.

1969 Charger before

Above: The initial photograph above vividly illustrates the immense dedication and hard work that went into the owner's transformation of his 1969 Dodge Charger into a striking muscle car.

1969 Dodge Charger lift

Above: JR completely overhauled every inch of the Charger, leaving no detail untouched.

1969 Dodge Charger engine 1000

Above: JR Carrillo's Charger shines so brightly that he must own multiple pairs of shades (or sunglasses). The transformation of his 1969 Dodge Charger from dull primer gray and bare metal to radiant lime green and dazzling aluminum is truly remarkable.

1969 Dodge Charger in suburbia

JR Carrillo

Fort Worth, Texas