Presented is a numbers matching 1968 Dodge Charger R/T with its original 440 Magnum V8 and an original broadcast sheet. A very nice older restoration, a robust folder of receipts is included and this original California car is in very good condition physically and mechanically. Well equipped from the factory with desired options: - Console - Bucket Seats - Power Brakes - Power Steering - Air Conditioning - Tachometer - Sure Grip 68 Chargers, only year with the round taillights are very desirable and have been steadily appreciating in value. Numbers matching, with broadcast sheets are harder and harder to find, and excellent Classic Muscle Car. Great lease rates and Financing also available on any of our inventory! Buy Sell Trade Consignments Welcome! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-818-773-8181 About the 68 Charger: The Dodge Charger is a model of automobile marketed by Dodge in various forms over seven generations between 1966 and today. The first Charger was a show car in 1964. A 1965 Charger II concept car had a remarkable resemblance to the 1966 production version. The Charger has been built on three different platforms in various sizes. In the United States, the Charger nameplate has been used on subcompact hatchbacks, full-size sedans, muscle cars, and personal luxury coupes. The current version is a four-door sedan. The 1966 Charger was an effort by Dodge to produce an upscale, upsized pony car. American Motors had already built a very similar vehicle in 1965, the Marlin, which was positioned as a personal car, an emerging market niche. Mercury was more successful in its execution in introducing the upscale Cougar, which was both considerably larger and more refined than the Ford Mustang that pioneered the pony car concept in 1964 - yet still had badly compromised rear seating. The Charger was intended to up the ante to an even more expensive and luxurious coupe that featured all-bucket seating for four. In 1968 Dodge introduced its second generation Charger. Along with door scallops, the iconic dual circular taillights were introduced and ONLY available in 68. 1968 also marked the introduction of the High Performance R/T or Road/Track Package. With the 440 Magnum producing 375HP, the charger was a muscle car to be reckoned with. To add to its legend, the 1968 Charger was part of the one of the most influential car chase scenes in Film History as it raced through the streets of San Francisco in the 1968 film Bullitt.