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1968 Dodge Charger For Sale
The 1968 Dodge Charger for sale from Chrysler are mid-sized cars that were manufactured from 1966 to 1978 on the Chrysler B platform. If you have found a Charger for sale you are looking at an antique that was much sought after when it was first released. It is essentially a sporty car with a fastback appearance.
Charger's Second Generation Design
The 1968 Dodge Charger is the first of the second generation Dodge Chargers put on sale by Chrysler. These cars had a redesigned B-body line up to further differentiate it from the Dodge Coronet. You will able to spot the 1968 Dodge Charger for sale from its double diamond coke bottle look with curved front fenders and rear quarter panels. The rear end of this car features a kick up spoiler look, while the roof has a flying buttress.
While the 1968 Charger retained the same full width hidden headlight grille, it had a new vacuum operated cover instead of the fully rotating electric headlights. The car model features dual circular tail lights instead of full width tail lights. The dual scallops on the doors and hood help accent the curves of this model.
What is Included
Another major difference between the 1968 Dodge Charger for sale and its predecessors is the completely remodeled interior. Only the console was retained from the previous version. The tachometer was made optional, so all the 1968 models will not feature them. The rear seat of this model will not fold over, the trunk has standard vinyl floor mats and there are no electroluminescent gauges.
Size of the Chargers Engine
The cars are available in various engine models packages. While many of them feature the standard 318 cu, some models have the 225 cu in six slant. Some variants have the 383-2 and 383-4 engines.
Apart from these Chrysler also introduced the R/T or Road/Track option model for the 1968 Dodge Charger. This was a superior performance model.
Appearance wise, the 1968 Dodge Charger for sale can often be spotted by the new bumble bee stripes. These were optional and could be deleted at no extra cost so not all 1968 models feature this. The red, white, or black stripes were essentially two thick stripes framed by two thin stripes.
The changes made to the Dodge Charger as well as the new advertising campaign made the car popular and many units were sold, making many of them available for sale now.