The 68 Dodge Charger R/T is the most popular classic American muscle car. Built on Chrysler’s B-body platform, this legendary Mopar shares his base with other brothers such as the 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner, and the 1970 Dodge Coronet. Ours today is completely restored with a black body, black interior, and slightly custom features and upgrades, which improve overall performance and comfort.
The interior of this 68 Dodge Charger R/T is entirely retrimmed and upgraded. Inside we can see an aftermarket three-spoke steering wheel with modern analog gauges, an air conditioner, and comfortable front bucket seats. In this model at the center console, there is an automatic shifter.
This Dodge Charger from the factory came with a 383 cubic-inch engine. However, now it has a 440 big-block, stroked to 500 cubic-inch with Edelbrock aluminum heads on top, hydraulic cam, and forged pistons. With this setup, this engine generates 565 horsepower. The machine is attached to Chrysler’s 727 3-speed automatic transmission. The stopping power is provided with Wilwood disc brakes connected to the 18-inch two-tone wheels equipped with Goodyear Eagle tires.