This 1968 Dodge Coronet R/T has recently been completely restored and it’s been turned into a dream muscle car. Most American muscle car enthusiasts are considering this Mopar model as a holy grail among classic cars and their value these days only goes up. As we mentioned previously, this ‘68 Coronet is completely restored, painted in the most famous Mopar body color, the Sublime Green with a gorgeous black vinyl top and awesome chromed trim. The most remarkable part of this Coronet is the tail, with symmetrical square taillights, a big R/T badge with red letters, and black stripes.
Inside this classic 1968 Dodge Coronet R/T, we can see an absolutely amazing interior. Most of the interior has been left factory stock, only the front bucket seats and the rear bench have been upholstered with new high-quality black leather. This particular ‘68 Coronet inside it is equipped with an aftermarket three-spoke steering wheel, horizontal analog cluster gauge, additional aftermarket triple gauge, AM radio, Air conditioning, and a center console with chromed details and an automatic shifter.
The engine bay of this 1968 Dodge Coronet R/T is simply stunning, completely restored with a fresh and strong running engine. Speaking of the engine, it is Chrysler’s 440 cubic-inch, 7.2-liter big-block RB Magnum V8 engine. With a four-barrel carburetor on top and Edelbrock aluminum intake, this engine is factory rated at 375 horsepower and 480 lb. -ft. of torque. Behind the engine, there is a three-speed automatic transmission that spins the rear five-spoke brushed aluminum wheels wrapped with BFGoodrich tires. These kinds of classic Mopar, although they are more than 50 years old, still are better than most of the modern soulless cars, for long cruising or on the drag strip. Enjoy the video below.