Over in the States fancy auction house RM Auctions has announced that the first ever Dodge Charger will go on auction at this year’s Automobiles of Arizona event held from January 20. That’s right, the first Dodge Charger ever built will be auctioned. This ultra rare piece of metal is the original 1964 Dodge Hemi Charger concept car with Chassis No. 6442103030. The vehicle is powered by a 426ci “Hemi” V8 engine packing a 600+ hp punch.
The Charger concept car comes from the Estate of John O’Quinn, was previously owned by collector Joe Bortz and was restored by Fran Roxas. The veteran Charger concept is now fitted with one of the original 15 Chrysler race Hemi engines. It is authentic and represents the first Dodge to wear the Charger name.
If you want it, you better have a plane ticket to Arizona and a sack full of cash because it’s estimated that this first ever Charger, will fetch between 750,000 USD and 1 million USD at auction.