It’s The Real Thing, Baby — Big, heavy, beautiful, powerful. Classic American muscle. Compared to modern cars it gets dreadful mileage and has mediocre brakes. I don’t care. Mine is a 440 4-speed. It’s a blast to drive and turns heads everywhere it goes 1968 Dodge Charger R/t — This is the start of the three best years that Charger had for looks. Sexy,sexy! this iconic American muscle car produced by Dodge division of the Chrysler Corporation the Dodge. There were 5 generations of the car. The first two generations of Charger become true American classic. Inside, Dodge Charger has four stand alone anatomical seats, long console from front to rear. Rear seats and part of the console can be folded forwards and the boot partition allows you to place luggage inside the cabin.
This car was a rocket, point it straight, hammer down and hope you don’t run out of road, because you can’t turn! The recessed grille trapped air causing the car to be light on the steering tires at higher speeds, get going too fast on a bend and you better know how to drift. All engine range have a choice of V8. Six-cylinder engines were not offered until 1968. In 1966, four engine choices were offered: the base 318 CID (5.2 l), 361 CID (5.9 L), 383 CID (6.3 L). The most popular was the 383 with 325 HP (242 kW ). Hemi 426 (7.0 l) was also available.