For sale is a numbers matching 1968 Charger RT. The photo(s) with the white interior is how I received the car 6 months ago. Absolutely all original body panels (floors, trunk, doors, valance), minor surface rust on the under carriage, no holes or patches.original drive train (engine, transmission and rear end 3.23 sure grip). Original 4 wheel drum brakes (power). The interior was originally white. After purchasing different seat covers and door panels (upper and lower) it became obvious that all the white 'colors' would not match so I opted for black. That means the complete interior was replaced, including the console, dash, seat covers, door panels (upper and lower), arm rest and base, door handles, left and right mirrors, rear package tray, fuel cap, complete lock set, console lamps, splash shields, A pillar moldings,door sills, window cranks, steering wheel (power steering), carpet, seat belts and headliner (headliner comes with car, complete with bows but not yet installed). The car has new bumpers, bumper support brackets, side markers (front& back), LED tail lights, emblems, hood blinkers, 18" Magnum tires and wheels (or original 14"), trunk liner, headlights, windshield, windshield rubber, windshield chrome, rear window chrome, headlight bezels, antenna, radio, under dash wiring harness, battery, dynamat insulation.....the list goes on. You can check my eBay purchases over the last 6 months which total well over 10K spent on this car. Another 4K spent outside of eBay and an additional 6K on the paint. Of course this does not include the cost of the rust free, numbers matching, absolutely straight body 1968 RT. This car does not have a fender tag which can be ordered but does have a Tennessee title. I never registered the car since they do NOT issue titles in Georgia and would have kept the title I have. New correct exhaust tips were just installed.
The paint is 3 months old and has just been completely buffed out. There are flaws in the paint. nothing major but I believe in full disclosure. The original color of the car was burgundy. The new paint is a Dodge color, Wildberry Pearl. It is absolutely stunning. I tried to match the original burgundy as close as I could so I would not have to pull the engine to paint the engine compartment. The engine was rebuilt 5 years ago before the car was but in storage and started every 6-8 months by the previous owner. It runs great. I changed the carburetor to a period correct Carter. The wheels on the car are 18 inch but the original 14 inch magnum wheels can be substituted. The pictures speak for themselves. This car is not that pricey given the fact that it is an original numbers matching car.