1968 Dodge Charger For Sale
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1972 Dodge Charger Super Bee tribute car. This car was born a 1972 Charger SE. It is an original v8 air condition car. No, the air condition is no longer on the car but all the plumbing remains making it very easy to be put back in if you desire. Heat works very well. If you want #’s matching… This is NOT the car for you. If you want a really cool muscle car? I challenge you to find something cooler than this Mopar!
1968 Dodge Charger Project For Sale
-440 cubic inch Big Block Mopar Engine
-Not numbers Matching
-Reported to be a factory big block car, but was originally equipped with a 383 cubic inch engine.
-Car is in great shape it is rust free which is very hard to find in these cars.
-Looks like it was repainted around 5-6 years ago.
-Paint is in pretty good shape not show quality but great for an everyday driver.
-Car runs and drives.
-interior is in decent shape however appears to be the original interior.
-Factory A/C car, however, it has been removed.
Did you grow up watching the Duke boys jump the General Lee and slide across the hood of that charger to jump in the window and tear off fish tailing side to side? I know I did, and the Dukes of Hazzard always got my adrenaline pumping! What Project Cars For Sale has found today is a 1968 Dodge Charger that the seller reports has been in dry barn storage since 1986 North Eastern Pennsylvania! The car has a 318 cubic inch engine with an automatic transmission. The odometer on the 1968 Dodge Charger shows 82,068 miles but who knows how many times it may have rolled over. The seller reports that the engine is running but needs a new fuel pump and that it has a pretty healthy cam along with period headers. When they got it running they report the engine did not knock or smoke. Other engine upgrades include an Accel coil and a Holley 4 barrel carburetor. The car does include some parts not featured in the photos including the front bumper, the center console, most of the window trim, and the taillights. Basically this is a project car that needs some tender loving care to bring it back to its former glory. This car is a good candidate for restoration back to original, a General Lee clone, or a possibly a modern custom hotrod using some of the pieces from the new Dodge platforms. As you might expect for a car that has been in a barn for almost 30 years, no title is included and it is just a bill of sale car. What is awesome is that it is a NO RESERVE AUCTION so you can bid to win it! If you ever dreamt of building one of these cars, this might be the perfect opportunity. Check out the full car listing here on eBay