This 1968 Dodge Charger is not only a General Lee replica, but the VIN also tells us it's a real-deal R/T, too. And what will really kick your desirability into overdrive it this has some terrific upgrades, like four-wheel disc brakes and the legendary Six Pack.
While this car's legendary appearance already makes it a superstar, take some time to really look at the details. The orange paint shines brightly so you can instantly identify it from any distance. It makes for a great .....
canvas to add the General Lee's signature graphics and push bumper. Of course, a Charger already has a huge desirability factor that comes from the unique elements like the hidden headlights, extra-wide chrome bumpers, and flying buttress C-pillars. Finish it off with the correct Vector wheels, and this is the General that commands all others when it shows up on the scene.
Chargers are popular because they're fast, but they're also spacious, comfortable, and this one is luxurious, too. While the Duke Boys had to slide through the windows, you'll be happy to open the doors wide - especially because it gives you a chance to show off the special General Lee lettering in the custom door panels. The upholstery is a well-done mix of supple leather and coordinating vinyl. There are some nice factory-style features, like the center console with the stylized wood paneling and bright shifter poking through. These are joined by upgrades like the cup holders, a horn that plays Dixie, and an AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input. There's a wood-rimmed Grant sports steering wheel, and the custom dash houses a full set of AutoMeter Phantom gauges.
The engine bay is filled with Mopar big block power. It's a tidy setup where you instantly gravitate to the famous air topper that announces this has the iconic Six Pack. The triple set of dual-barrel carburetors really lets this 440 cubic-inch V8 inhale deeply. And long tube headers feeding the Flowmaster dual exhaust means this one exhales with a powerful sound. As you look through the whole engine bay, you're going to see the right supporting comments, like the Champion aluminum radiator, separate fuel pressure readout, and MSD distributor and coil. The undercarriage photos show a clean build that was built for performance driving. It includes a thick sway bar up front, traction bars in the rear, and an upgrade to four-wheel disc brakes. Plus, there are great anytime features like power steering and a Torque flight A727 three-speed automatic transmission that's both stout and smooth.
This Six Pack General Lee even comes with an autographed photo of Bo, Luke, Daisy, Boss Hogg, and Rosco. So if you want big power Mopar that's a true Dukes tribute, don't miss this deal. Call today!!!