1968 Dodge Charger Apparel and Accessories by Legend Lines
To counter the 67’s slide of sales, Dodge debuted a newly styled Charger for the 1968 model year that did away with the earlier model’s fastback roof in favor of a more conventional flying buttress design with a recessed rear window. The Kamm-style rear opted for four taillamps over a full-width panel, and to give the car an even sportier look. The powertrains were the same as the ones used in the 1967 Charger. The design was a success, the demand was high and 96,100 Dodge Chargers were actually produced. The R/T package was a popular option with 17,665 buyers. Standard on the R/T performance package was the 440 Magnum engine producing 375 horsepower. Many argue that the 1968 was the most appealing muscle car of all 1960's era. The Charger’s new emphasis on performance over personal luxury helped land it a starring role in the 1968 Steve McQueen film Bullitt, and consumers once again gave the car a second look.
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