SOLID 1968 Dodge Charger 383 4 barrel Big Block 4bbl

1968 Dodge Charger

Dodge Charger 1968 technical specifications

Condition: Used
Item location: Newton, Kansas, United States
Make: Dodge
Model: Charger
Type: Coupe
Year: 1968
Mileage: 97,663
VIN: XP29H8B108188
Color: Red
Engine size: 383 4V
Number of cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Originally this 1968 Charger came from the factory w/ 383 4 barrel (XP29H VIN), loor shift automatic transmission, onsole, 50 mph speedometer cluster, ower disc brakes, ront sway bar, nd air conditioning (not there anymore). It was an Oklahoma car and it was undercoated so structurally it's quite solid. Front frame rails, ear frame rails, nd torsion bar crossmember are about as solid as you can find on an unrestored car. The rockers and hood hinge areas are also solid. Front floor pans could use some small patches but could also be used as is. Floor pans under the rear bench seat are perfect. The floor pans under rear passenger's feet will definitely need replaced due to rust-I'm guessing the car sat at an angle and held water just on those rear pans since the the rest of the pans are much better. The trunk floor has one larger hole and 1 or 2 small pinholes, ut it's solid overall and could be patched pretty easily. The area around the rear window will need rust repair (see pictures), hich is pretty typical. The car was owned by an older guy who drove the car until about 3-4 years ago; it was last tagged in 2012. The car runs and drives. The car fires right up, dles well, rive and stops pretty well for its age, ut since the car has been neglected over the last 4 years, t will need a tuneup/normal maintenance such as flushing the fuel system, hecking brake pads, iving it a general tune up, tc. The transmission pan leaks and will need resealed-it may be a bad gasket/seal but I haven't had time to check it out. It currently has a running/driving big block 400 and 727 auto transmission in it. I was told the engine was rebuilt about 6 years ago but I did not receive any receipts for the engine; it's plausible since the engine runs smoothly and was painted at some point. The rear differential is a single track with unknown ratio. The car has dual exhaust w/ Flow master mufflers, P exhaust manifolds, nd Edelbrock 4 barrel carb. Originally red, he car was painted yellow at some point and then it was put in primer about 6 years ago. It looks as if the exterior paint was stripped prior to being primed but the jams, ngine bay, nd trunk remain yellow. The lower quarter panels have filler and rust so expect to replace at least the lower quarter skins. All the glass is present and unbroken. The door panels and front bucket seats are present but the driver's door panel is not in good shape and will need repaired or replaced. The front bucket seat covers are in bad shape and will need reupholstered. I believe I have all of the stainless trim except for the 2 rear window lower corner pieces and the 2 corner pieces that that go on the rear corners of the rear roll down windows. The obvious missing parts are the rear seat, ir filter housing, ood/fender marker lights, he grill/headlight assembly, ender tag, C compressor/lines, nd possibly more. At some point, he car must have been pulled out of a ditch by hooking a chain in the hole on the bottom of the left rear frame rail, hich tore the bottom of the rail. If it were me, would patch the bottom surface of the rail instead of replacing it because the rail is quite solid structurally.
I've got several youtube videos of the car running, ut ebay won't let me post links.You can go to youtube and enterkelsey veer in the seasrch box andthe videos will come right up.Or you cantext me at 316-250-8498and I cantext youthe videos or the text you the youtube link to the videos.
In summary, his is a running, riving big block 1968 Dodge Charger that is solid where it counts: frame rails, orsion bar cross member, ood hinge areas, nd rocker panels. 1968-1970 Chargers are hard to find and most are picked over carcasses or complete rust buckets. This is a really solid starting point for a restoration. If you're close enough to come look, lease do. My afternoons and weekends are free to show the car. I ONLY ACCEPT CASH for payment. The car must be picked up in person because I don't want someone having it trucked to them and then saying it was not as advertised.
I have an open and clear Oklahoma title for the car. It was signed over and notarized by the previous owner. I do NOT have the fender tag or broadcast sheet.
The car is advertised locally and I reserve the right to sell the car/end the listing at any time.

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