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Where was the 1969 Dodge Charger made?

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The 1969 Dodge Charger was manufactured at U.S. assembly in plants in Michigan, Illinois, Missouri, California and Delaware, with an additional plant in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. The precise factory at which the vehicle was assembled is designated by the seventh digit of the vehicle identification number.

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The 1969 model featured the same body as the previous year but with the addition of a split front grille and new full-width tail lamps. Variations included a limited number of Charger 500s - introduced for stock car racing - and the Charger Daytona, which would set a closed-course world record of 200.45 MPH at Talladega in 1970.

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