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Dodge Charger R/T







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Dodge Charger R/T
The 1968 Dodge Charger R/T (Road/Track) is one of the most iconic muscle cars from the golden era of American automotive history.

The Dodge Charger was introduced in 1966, but the 1968 model year marked a significant redesign that made it an enduring icon. The Charger R/T was the high-performance variant of the Charger lineup. The 1968 model year was the start of the second generation of Chargers, featuring a complete redesign that introduced the "Coke bottle" shape, characterized by its curvaceous body lines and aggressive stance.

The 1968 Charger R/T is renowned for its striking design. It featured hidden headlights, a "Coke bottle" silhouette, and a "flying buttress" roofline that extended to the rear end, giving it a distinctive fastback look. The front grille was divided by a center section, and the hidden headlights added to the sleek, aggressive appearance. The rear end featured full-width taillights with a unique divided look, emphasizing the car's width and presence. The interior was designed with a focus on the driver, featuring bucket seats, a center console, and a well-laid-out dashboard with full instrumentation.

The 1968 Charger R/T came standard with a 440 cubic inch (7.2-liter) V8 engine, known as the Magnum. This engine produced 375 horsepower and 480 lb-ft of torque, providing substantial straight-line performance. The engine is mated to a 3-speed Torqueflite automatic transmission.

The Charger R/T featured a unibody construction with a front subframe for added rigidity. The suspension setup included torsion bars in the front and leaf springs in the rear, providing a balance between performance and ride comfort. The R/T package included heavy-duty suspension components, front sway bar, and upgraded brakes to handle the increased power and performance. The 440 Magnum-equipped Charger R/T could accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in around 6.0 seconds, with a quarter-mile time in the mid-14-second range.

The 1968 Charger R/T has become an enduring symbol of the muscle car era. Its design and performance have made it a favorite among enthusiasts and collectors. The car gained further fame through its appearances in movies and television, most notably the iconic chase scene in the 1968 film "Bullitt," where a black Charger R/T pursues Steve McQueen's Ford Mustang. Its combination of style, power, and cultural significance has solidified the 1968 Charger R/T as one of the most beloved muscle cars in automotive history.

The 1968 Dodge Charger R/T is highly sought after by collectors, with well-preserved or restored examples commanding significant prices at auctions. The rarity and desirability of this model make them especially valuable.

This car has been rebuilt to new and even better than new. It kept it’s original interior to give some patina to the car. The whole restoration has been documented with pictures and invoices. It is a Matching Numbers car in perfect condition. A lot of love for details an originality can be found on this example.

Overall, the 1968 Dodge Charger R/T is a quintessential muscle car that epitomizes the bold styling and raw power of the era. Its lasting impact on automotive culture and its status as a symbol of American performance make it a true classic.

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