Scott Crawford | The Charger

Sometimes there are those cars that stir such passion and favor that they immediately become an instant classic. Such was the case with the 1968 Dodge Charger In 1968 Dodge rolled out a new body style for the popular Dodge Charger muscle car and unknowingly introduced what would eventually become one of the most iconic cars in American history. Sporting curvier front fenders and rear quarter panels, the ’68 model was the first Charger to feature the famous “Coke bottle” styling. The new "Coke Bottle" Look made the 68 Charger one of the best-looking Muscle Cars, Period, with many considering it the best looking performance car of the 1960's. This is my 1968 Dodge Charger R/T (Road & Track). It has the 440 Magnum with an automatic transmission and it is all original and unrestored including the paint (ordered with the "Delete Stripe Option", hence no R/T stripe), vinyl top, interior, engine, and transmission. It is a numbers matching car and I got it from the original owner March 28th, 1977. I don't drive it in the winter and try not to take it out it in driving rainstorms but other than that I enjoy the heck out of it. Scott Crawford | The Charger joined Society6 on November 13, 2013

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Sometimes there are those cars that stir such passion and favor that they immediately become an instant classic. Such was the case with the 1968 Dodge Charger

In 1968 Dodge rolled out a new body style for the popular Dodge Charger muscle car and unknowingly introduced what would eventually become one of the most iconic cars in American history. Sporting curvier front fenders and rear quarter panels, the ’68 model was the first Charger to feature the famous “Coke bottle” styling.

The new "Coke Bottle" Look made the 68 Charger one of the best-looking Muscle Cars, Period, with many considering it the best looking performance car of the 1960's.

This is my 1968 Dodge Charger R/T (Road & Track). It has the 440 Magnum with an automatic transmission and it is all original and unrestored including the paint (ordered with the "Delete Stripe Option", hence no R/T stripe), vinyl top, interior, engine, and transmission. It is a numbers matching car and I got it from the original owner March 28th, 1977. I don't drive it in the winter and try not to take it out it in driving rainstorms but other than that I enjoy the heck out of it.

Scott Crawford | The Charger joined Society6 on November 13, 2013.

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