Dodge, has produced three separate vehicles with the name Dodge Charger Daytona, all of which were modified Dodge Chargers. The name Daytona is taken from Daytona Beach, Florida, a Magnet for auto racing, and it still hosts the Daytona 500, one of NASCAR's Main events. The first use of the Daytona name on a car was the early 1960s Studebaker Lark. The Daytona was the performance model of the compact Lark. 1969 DODGE CHARGER HEMI DAYTONA for Sale-GALEN V. GOVIER DOCUMENTED AS THE MOST OPTIONED 1969 DODGE CHARGER HEMI DAYTONA KNOWN TO EXIST. Has The Original Build Sheet As Well As The Window Sticker. It's 1 Of 22 4-Speed Cars Produced By Chrysler, And 1 Of Only 11 Known To Exist:
1969 Daytona Hemi     1969 Daytona Hemi
The New Dodge Charger Daytona was a high performance,limited version of the Dodge Charger produced in the summer of 1969 for the sole reason of winning NASCAR races. And Did it ever!  it won its first race out,  (the First Talladega 500 in the fall,)  and helped Bobby Isaac, capture the 1970 Grand National championship, although he didn't win any races at Daytona in 1970. Buddy Baker in the #88 Chrysler Engineering Dodge Charger Daytona was the first driver in NASCAR history to break the 200 mph mark on March 24th. 1970 at Talladega. This Rare 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona Pictured Below, Has The Rare Distinction Of Being VIN NUMBER 1 And First Off The Production Line Of The Daytona's.
1969 Daytona Vin #1 Car     1969 Daytona Vin #1 Car
Only 503 Charger Daytonas were built with either 440 Magnum or 426 Hemi power.  All Daytonas wore red, black, or white bumble stripes that bore the name "Daytona" in the middle of the stripe.  The wings were also painted the same color as the stripes. The "wing cars,  (As they were named)  would prove to be so fast, and dominating, that NASCAR effectively outlawed them for the 1971 season.  This 1969 Original Un-Restored Charger Daytona below, has only 6,840 Original Miles. This Rare And Beautiful Muscle Car Has Had Only 2 Owners Since New and is a Jewel, and a Rare Find.
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NASCAR in 1969 stipulated that any car raced in their series had to be available for sale and must build a minimum of five hundred for the general public. Since the Charger 500 was not fast enough, Dodge went back into the wind tunnel and created one of the most outrageous and most sought after Chargers, the 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona.