1968 Dodge Charger 440
The Charger was redesigned for 1968, and an initial 35,000 units were slated for production. The demand was high and 96,100 Chargers were actually produced. Based on the Chrysler B platform, this model is one of the most iconic design in the Muscle car Era.
This car was restored in 2012 and repainted in Green Metallic with a white vinyl top. The entire body was stripped before paint, so the underside, trunk and engine bay is as nicely painted as the rest of the car. Original Vector wheels from a 1969 are currently on the car, but a set of Magnum wheels are also possible. The chrome all around is in good condition.
The interior is kept mainly stock. The white seats are in good condition with no stains or rips. All gauges work as they should. The iconic Pistol-grip shifter really steals the show! The original radio is still in the car as well.
Mechanically the car also completely redone in 2012. The original 318ci was replaced by the iconic 440ci Big Block ‘Six Pack’, coupled to a manual 4-speed with Pistol-grip. The car was completely gone through prior to the sale. Work includes new engine oil and oil filter, reseal of the rear axle, new transmission fluid and seal, new fuel filter, new brake fluid and a tune up of the carbs. This makes this car ready to go!
Overall this is a very nice ’68 Charger with the most desirable engine/transmission combination that doesn’t need anymore work, just a new owner to enjoy the car!
The car has Germany registration.