This is 1968 Dodge Charger RT model packing the coveted 440 Six-Pack plant. Despite the fact that this isn’t a numbers matching original and is in all actuality R/T clone, we see it as an excuse for any potential buyer to use the car as summer cruiser or weekend warrior, without the headache of destroying a priceless classic. This 1968 Dodge Charger RT comes with a set of factory wheels with dog dish hubcaps, and an aftermarket set of 17 inch alloys. This gives the buyer a choice in how he/she wants to be seen on Saturday night. This Dodge Charger RT has seen many upgrades, as well as complete restoration. It includes a full gauge package, Pipes aftermarket exhaust, and modern CD/stereo system.
All of the lights work on this Dodge Charger RT except the instrument panel lights. I should be able to get this fixed in the next week. The only known issues are the rear speakers are blown, the heater control cables are seized, and the windshield leaks a little in the two lower corners. It appears to be a problem with the seal, but I haven’t had a chance to look at it yet. It should be an easy fix. This Dodge Charger rt looks amazing.
Specifications Of Dodge Charger RT
Engine 425.6-cu-in/6974 cc OHV V-8, 2×4-bbl Carter AFB carburetors Power and torque(SAE gross) 425 hp @ 5000 rpm, 490 lb-ft @ 4000 rpm Performance 0-60 mph: 6.5 sec, quarter mile: 14.9 sec @ 95.5 mph, 60-0 mph: 144 ft (Motor Trend, December 1967, 440 Magnum engine, 375 hp, 480 lb-ft) P Drivetrain 3-speed automatic RWD Brakes front: drum, rear: drum Suspension front: control arms, torsion bars, anti-roll bar; rear: live axle, leaf springs Dimensions L: 208.0 in, W: 76.6 in, H: 53.2 in Weight 3970 lb
While competing muscle offerings employed scrawny 9.5- or 10-inch-diameter drum brakes, the 1968 Dodge Charger RT package delivered massive 11-inch drum brakes all around. And a class-leading engine: At 440 cubic inches, the new-for-’67 440 Magnum was a full 40 cubes larger than the best Pontiac GTO offering and made 375 horsepower and 480 pound-feet. Again, this stuff was all standard on every Coronet R/T. hough its standard 375-horse 440 Magnum was potent enough to handle nearly anything in the other lane, there was even more. Enter the optional 426 Street Hemi.