May 25

One sweet 68 Dodge Charger R/T

The Dodge Charger R/T is one of the most sought after muscle cars because of it’s gorgeous looks, great go factor, and scarcity. Now it’s no secret I’m a Mopar man and it is amazing cars like this that have guided me in that direction of the years. I ran across this stunner a few weeks ago at the Loafer’s Show and despite the big crowd making it tough to photograph I managed to snap a few shots of it.

1968 Dodge Charger RT

1968 was a good year for the American auto makers with some all time classics being turned out in the Mustang, Camaro, GTO, and of course the Charger roaming the streets. It had to be an awesome time to be alive with all of those cars being easily with in the grasp of the average working man. Before I get too misty eyed about being born decades too late we better check out more of this sweet 1968 Dodge Charger R/T

In 1968 the Dodge Charger got an all new look which helped to differentiate it from the Coronet. In were amazing look and held over was the 440 Magnum which was a monster on the street. 1968 was the only year the Charger would get the round tail lights, which look amazing as you will see. Those of you who are on our Facebook page will remember these from a recent guess the car game.
Charger tail lights

What are the perfect wheels for your 1968 Dodge Charger R/T? The stockers obviously.
1968 Dodge Charger Wheels

A lot of people really think pop up head lights are the coolest. I disagree, I think hide away headlights such as the ones found on the Camaro or this Charger are the coolest.
hide away headlights

Not to many cars put the name plate so high up on the car but you’ll find it on the C pillar of the Charger.
charger RT badge

A great view of the double stripe and those sweet round tail lights.
Charger Rt

Looks like a great place to sit. I’d just love to spend a week behind the wheel of a 68 Charger RT going across country.

What lies beneath? The mighty 440 of course.
Dodge Charger RT Magnum 440

Hope you enjoyed our little look at this 1968 Dodge Charger RT. Mopar or No Car