OK guys, here is the deal. I have the need for speed and I am in the market to buy a lighter, faster car. This Charger is an R/T, it is heavy and I don't want to cut it up. I have decided that it is best to sell the car before I do anymore to it. Everything I have done to the car is bolt in and not welded. If you want to take this R/T back to stock it will take minimal amount of work. Comes with Stroker engine (493") and numbers matching engine (440"). Details on the stroker engine and race setup.... 493" 12.24/1 compression with Diamond Pistons & H beam rods, Edelbrock heads with after market springs, Scott Brown .593/.593 266/276 solid cam, Smith Brothers Pushrods, external oil (single static), Custom 8 quart pan with tons of ground clearance, M1 intake, Carb Shop 990 Holley, MSD 6al Mallory Dist., 2" TTI headers, Meziere Electric Water Pump, Aluminum Radiator, Caged with driver swingout, Sub Framed, Caltrac's, Dana 4.10 Spooled, 28x10.15 Hoosier slicks on Weld Draglite 10" wheels, Fronts are Draglites 15x3 1/2", 150/250 NOS Nitrous setup (not used on this motor yet), 10 gallon fuel cell, Turbo Action Cheetah SCS Shifter, 4800 stall Island Converter, Frank Lupo Trans and Much more..... Here is the stock setup.... 1968 Dodge Charger R/T · 440 CID "magnum" · Numbers matching 440 · Casting number 2536430-8, Date 1/22/68 · Rotating assembly balanced · .060 over with KB pistons, 452 heads · TTI 2" Headers · Power steering changed to manual. · Power 4 wheel drum brakes, has discs on front now. · Automatic transmission · 8 ¾ 3.23 gears. · Comes with stock hood and six pack hood · Was a factory air car, but air conditioning has been removed. I have most of the A/C unit. · This is an original dark green car with dark green interior that is new. · Paint is 4 years old and in good shape but for the $9,600 I spent on the paint job, it could have been much better. · VIN: XS29L8G224933 So, I have saved the power steering, power brakes, A/C (most of it), center console and numerous other goodies to be install by anybody that wants to make this stock again. I currently have a 493 cu in stroker in car.
Out of the 92,590 Chargers produced for 1968, 17,665 had the R/T package.
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