The 1968 Dodge Charger 383 was a muscle car produced by the Dodge division of Chrysler Corporation. The Charger was built on a mid-size platform and was available in a wide range of engine options, including a 383 cubic-inch V8. The engine was rated at 300 horsepower and produced 425 lb-ft of torque. This powerful engine, along with the Charger’s sleek and aerodynamic body style, made it a popular choice among car enthusiasts.
The 1968 Charger featured a number of updates over the previous year’s model. The front grille and tail lights were redesigned, and the car featured a new “coke bottle” shape that gave it a more aggressive, sporty look. Inside, the Charger was outfitted with a sporty interior that included high-backed bucket seats and a center console.
The Charger 383 came with a 3-speed Torqueflite Automatic transmission as standard equipment, although you could order it with a 4-speed manual as well. The Charger was also made famous in the 70’s tv show “The Dukes of Hazzard” with the iconic black and orange “General Lee” driven by Bo and Luke Duke.
If you are looking to purchase one of these cars, they are considered as classic cars now and the prices may vary on their condition and modifications. However, they can be quite valuable, especially if they are well-maintained and in good condition.
This beautiful classic blue 1968 Dodge Charger 383 did a few pulls on the dyno at the Mopar Car Show in Avondale, Arizona.Beautiful car. This Charger was very loud and sounded amazing on the dyno.
This gorgeous blue Dodge Charger is strapped to the rollers on this mobile dyno to see how much the 383″ power plant is producing, and when the driver goes to the floor with the loud pedal, it’s pure auditory bliss!
The Charger lays down three pulls, sounding as healthy as the day it rolled off the assembly line. According to the comments on the video, the car put down 383 HP to the wheels, which puts the engine’s output somewhere in the neighborhood of 450-500 horsepower. Not bad for a naturally aspirated pushrod V8!
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