The restyling of the 1968 Charger is unquestionably the main reason for it's sales success. The new "coke bottle" look made the Charger one of the best-looking muscle cars, period, with many considering it the best looking performance car of the 1960's.
In 1967 Dodge wrote: "This is no dream car. It's a real `take-me-home-and-stir-things-up-a-bit' automobile". 1968 sales were far higher than expected & the Dodge Charger was a runaway success. This particular 1968 "XP29" Charger represents an excellent opportunity to acquire one of these treasured classics. Read more!
Originally a 318/metallic green car, Now sports a period correct, professionally built 440 .
- Engine block and cylinder heads cleaned & tested for cracks.
- Connecting rods resized. Crankshaft turned .030"/.030".
- All new main, camshaft & connecting rod bearings.
- Balanced rotating assembly.
- Bored .040" over with new pistons installed.
- Complete competition cams valve train & camshaft.
- Fresh valve job on "906" cylinder heads.
- Holley street dominator & holley carb with electric choke.
- New fuel tank. Recored radiator.
- New sway bar & leaf spring bushings. - Front disc brakes.
- Rebuilt 727 torqueflite transmission.
- 134a air conditioning conversion.
- "741" rear case with 3.23:1 sure-grip.
- Bumble bee stripes.