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Marc Rozman's 1969 Dodge Charger

Marc Rozman spends his days testing engines in state-of-the-art test cells; he is also an officer of CEMA, the Chrysler Employees’ Motorsports Association, and the proud owner of a 1969 Dodge Charger R/T, with 3,372 miles on the odometer. The Charger has a 440 engine with a TorqueFlite automatic, air conditioning, power steering and brakes, vinyl top, and factory magnum wheels with Firestone F70-14 Red Line tires. The body, paint, and interior are all in excellent condition, giving the car a market value of $63,200 as of October 13, (Marc has no intention of selling it).

1969 Dodge Charger photos

Marc's son is a K9 police officer with the Michigan State Campus Police, who went through high speed training at MIS and has been impressed with test drives of the retail 5.7L Magnum R/T and the 3.5L Magnum police special service unit.

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