It took 4,240 man-hours to rebuild this classic beauty.

The current Dodge Charger is a large, four-door car with plenty of power. 

The Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye, which has a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engine 

and can produce up to 797 horsepower and 707 lb-ft of peak torque, is the vehicle with the highest power. 

It wasn't previously one of the fastest four-door cars in a straight line.

After all, the Dodge Coronet served as the basis for the first Charger, a two-door vehicle introduced in 1966. 

However, the Charger's second generation, which included the 1968, 1969, and 1970 model years, may be regarded as one of its most well-liked incarnations. 

Even modern automotive movies included them; Dominic Toretto's muscled 1970 Charger was featured in the Fast & Furious series.

The second-generation Charger has been the subject of several restoration and modification projects as a result of its enormous popularity. 

One of these is a gorgeous 1969 Dodge Charger fittingly dubbed CAPTIV, a recent one-off build finished by renowned restoration gurus Ringbrothers.

It is clear from the outset that this 1969 Charger is an eye-catching restomod. 

The yellow paint job and the black stripes on the Charger restomod, however, only partially reveal the entire tale. The Ringbrothers CAPTIV is so wonderful for a variety of reasons.

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