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Dodge Charger R/t on 2040-cars

US $16,000.00
Year:1968 Mileage:59000 Color: Black
Location:

Amherst, Ohio, United States

Amherst, Ohio, United States

For sale is my 1968 Dodge Charger R/T. It is a factory 440 HP ,4 speed with the (A33)Track Pack 3.54 Dana 60 rear end. All numbers matching. Car was restored 11 years ago and only put about 500 miles on it since. 59,000 original miles. No power steering, No power brakes. Car has front disc brake conversion kit. All the paint on the car is Dupont Chromabase. All the chrome and trim on this car is flawless. Motor was professionally built. Car has mopar performance purple camshaft kit and performer intake. The car was restored top to bottom inside and out. Car has weld wheels and Mickey Thompson rear tires and bfgoodrich front. No I do not have the original wheels. The tic tach clock and tach malfunction under 2,000rpm. It also has a "Buddy Seat". This car is 100% absolutely flawless. You are welcome to come see the car locally. I will answer questions through email.

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