Known as “BigTime”, this 1969 Charger is one of the latest, and certainly one of the nicest, Ghostworks project cars. Commissioned by a well-known professional athlete, the car presses all the right Pro Touring buttons while maintaining the classic Charger look. Powered by a supercharged 6.1 liter late-model Hemi that’s backed by a worked 5-speed Mopar automatic, the Charger has enough grunt to turn the huge rear tires into smoke whenever the driver decides to hit the throttle. But it’s also docile enough to serve as a long-haul tourer, as it did on it’s inaugural run during the 2011 Hot Rod Power Tour.


The BigTime Charger has it all – looks, speed, and attitude – kind of like its owner. And speaking of the owner, he just placed his order for a ’69 Mach 1 to add to the stable. More on that hot rod as it gets built!


Vehicle Specifications:


6.1 Hemi stroked to 426 ci with forged internals

Techco intercooled


Custom stainless steel exhaust

All factory engine accessories for an OE look

Fuel System:

Custom fuel tank with baffles and in-tank fuel pumps


545RFE electronically controlled
automatic Transmission

Rear Axle:

Dana 60 rear with 3.73

Eaton limited slip differential

Rear Suspension:

Custom 4 link


Baer 13” 6-piston brakes


Black and gray with brushed aluminum accents

YearOne restoration parts

Electronically controlled factory gauges

Custom factory covered seats

Custom OE looking console


YearOne reproduction panels and trim

Mini tubbed for tire clearance

Trans and driveshaft tunnel raised

Shaved frame rails

Bumpers tucked

Rockers extended

Custom front and rear valances

Entertainment System:

Alpine head unit

Boston Acoustics amps/speakers


2006 Charger GoMango/Tangerine

Matte black stripes

Black vinyl top

Cooling System:

Griffin aluminum radiator

Front Suspension:

Tucked tubular k frame

Tubular control arms

Rack and Pinion steering


Forgeline wheels

18”x9” front

19”x13” rear

BF Goodrich g-Force KDW tires

275/35ZR18 front

BF Goodrich g-Force KDW tires

345/30ZR19 rear


Vintage air AC system