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1968 Charger #2677265
07/14/19 09:10 AM
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Re: 1968 Charger [Re: 65pacecar] #2677294
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In the insane charger world, this comes off as a reasonably priced car.

Re: 1968 Charger [Re: BigBlockGTS] #2677304
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As long as you don't want to "restore "it.probably a decent starting point.
Gen 3 Hemi and better seating and have at it


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Re: 1968 Charger [Re: 65pacecar] #2677320
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Is it my imagination or does the driver's side dash look to be severely deformed as in the last person driving it may have needed some kneecap replacements ?? Also noted the LF fender etc is missing as well whistling shruggy popcorn

Re: 1968 Charger [Re: TJP] #2677330
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Part of that is the center area of the lower pad being pulled away from the dash frame.
One could assume there was a front end collision, due to missing parts & primered rt fender, but the aprons, hood hinges, & upper yoke appear to be straight.
I can see more and worse rust damage than stated, and apparently the poor car was stripped for parts.
Given its condition, it's likely going to take 50-60 grand and a couple years to make into a really nice car.
But you'd sure know every inch of it...

Re: 1968 Charger [Re: BigBlockGTS] #2677351
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Originally Posted by BigBlockGTS
In the insane charger world, this comes off as a reasonably priced car.


Agreed,
I started with worst on this one
Owner has something in the $50K plus range in it. From beginning to end

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Re: 1968 Charger [Re: BigBlockGTS] #2677383
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Originally Posted by BigBlockGTS
In the insane charger world, this comes off as a reasonably priced car.


And will probably resurface on the bay at 2x twocents popcorn


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