The Atlanta Showroom is offering this 1968 Dodge Charger. This Dodge powerplant is the 383 four-barrel and it pushes this muscle car through a 3-speed automatic transmission. This Sub-Lime green MOPAR is just the ticket the local car shows and getting nods at the red light. The only 1968 car which comes close to challenging the new Charger for styling accolades is the Corvette, which is remarkably similar to the Charger, particularly when viewed from the rear quarter. Dodge stylists have shown that they can create a car in the current idiom with originality, combining just the right amount of tasteful conformity with that novelty and freshness which attracts attention. Originality takes guts, but the Charger's aerodynamic wedge theme is not only distinctly new but it is very like the new breed of wind-tunnel tested sports/racing cars. Third, while the Charger is a vast improvement over its predecessor. Let's all try to forget images of lurid orange Chargers sliding, jumping, smashing, and crashing their way through Hazzard county and replace them with respectful images of a classic muscle car you would like to have in your garage. Options include: AM/FM radio, power steering, vinyl interior, seat belts, raised white letter tires, and rally wheels. To view the car in greater detail, including 100+ HD photos and HD video, please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information please call the Atlanta showroom at 678-894-4833!
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