1968 Dodge Charger R/T 440 CI Engine Medium Blue

57 hits ID #14467


Medium Blue Metallic with White bucket seat interior and Bumble Bee White stripe
Original factory matching numbers 440 CI Magnum 4-barrel V-8 engine
Original matching numbers Torqueflite 3-speed automatic transmission with reverse valvebody
Rear differential is correct 8 3/4 inch
Equipped with power steering and front disc brakes
Dash features the AM radio
150 MPH speedometer
Polished aluminum wheels
The exterior wears Medium Blue Metallic paint, with its white bucket-seat interior matching the twin white bumble-bee Scat Stripes around the rear quarter panels. The interior’s podded gauge cluster has the 150 MPH speedometer, tachometer and AM radio. Bucket seats with a chrome-trimmed center console and shifter, the A01 light group with hood-mounted turn signals, a driver’s side remote mirror, the Charger-only white upper door panels and blue carpeting complete it. The exterior shines with the flip-open gas cap, twin chrome exhaust tips, Charger C-pillar script logos and R/T identification on the grille and rear panel. The only major exterior difference from stock here are the 5-spoke polished wheels and wide-tread blackwall radial tires. The legend of the Charger was heralded on magazine covers and movie scripts, and this Charger R/T remains a prime example of purebred muscle even to this day.


Make Dodge
Model Charger R/T
Year 1968
Mileage 14369
Engine 440 CI
Interior Color White
Exterior Color Medium Blue
Transmission Automatic
Number of Cylinders 8
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) XS29L8B395548
Fuel Type Gasoline

$ 15300.00