There are those in the muscle car hobby who think that one should leave well enough alone. These people are content with drum brakes, terrible steering and inadequate safety features. For them, it’s all about nostalgia and reliving childhood memories. Others however, myself included, believe that what’s old, can in fact be made new again with the right combination of parts. A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to interview Pete Filippatos, the owner of this beautiful 1969 pro-touring Dodge Charger. Pete started with a standard small-block car, stripped the car down to bare metal and then began to create his vision of the perfect old school muscle car. New suspension, wiring, late model HEMI and brakes are just some of the components that Pete used during his build process with the end result being the stunner you see here. Click through and get ready to enjoy one of the nicest pro-touring cars on the road today.