The temperature dependence of d.c. conductivity, thermopower and electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) results on [CH(FeCl4)0.061]x are reported. The d.c. conductivity and thermopower measurements indicate metallic charge transport along the polyacetylene chain interrupted by the interfibril contact resistances and also 'dragged' primarily by the dopant ions. The initial measurements of EPR show Dysonian lineshape with very broad linewidth (ΔH ≈ 600 G at room temperature). The temperature dependence of EPR absorption intensity implies that there exist localized magnetic moments. The observed g value (g ≈ 2.03) suggests the dopant anion is in a form of (FeCl4)-.