Dodge Charger 68 began with flawless original sheet metal, which is now cloaked in attractive two stage Silver Metallic paint offset by a perfect Red bucket seat interior. This Dodge Charger 68 is Based on a low deck block, the car’s 472 CI engine incorporates a 3.9 stroker crank, Diamond pistons, large-valve Bulldog heads, a hydraulic roller cam, roller rockers and shafts, MSD ignition, an 800 CFM Holley carburetor and jet-coat headers for 500 rear wheel horsepower. Let’s take a look at Dodge Charger 68 from this esthetic point of view. Dodge Chargers have come in a lot of colors, but for this rendition, Pat chose to use a silver hue, originally mixed for Mercedes, with PPG supplying the pigment and John Lanza doing the actual hard work of handling a run-free spray gun. Watch this amazing video and don’t forget to share your opinion.
This Dodge Charger 68 began life as a standard 383 . The car’s rework had been started by a police officer in Colorado, who decided it was going to take too much cash to bring it back to life.
– Power steering
– Power disc brakes
– Vintage air conditioning and console
Dodge Charger 68 Engine
Hemi power is a special breed, this engine began around fresh Mopar Performance pieces and a custom brew of specialized parts by Ray Barton Racing Engines. The Hemi displaces a total of 472-inches thanks to a stroker crankshaft. The package has a dyno sheet that shows 711 horsepower and a redline of 7,300 rpm to appreciate all this horsepower fully, you would need to be cruising on the Autobahn. Pat chose to stick with the classic inline quads, using Edelbrock’s latest version of the classic AFB, with Barton’s crew porting, polishing and bench-flowing the top end.