Clean General Lee 1968 Charger Reproduction!
The complete B-body lineup was redesigned for the 1968 Dodge Charger model. A double-diamond, unique coke bottle side profile was developed by Richard Sias. The front fenders had stylish curves. Harvey J. Winn designed the rear end and front sheet metal. The car’s rear-end had a “kick-up” spoiler look that got its inspiration from the Group-7 racing cars.
However here we are going to take a closer look at a 1968 Charger General Lee tribute car. Painted in shiny Hemi Orange with all decals on place and riding on a nice set of American Vector wheels this Dodge Charger has absolutely stunning exterior.
This General Lee Tribute packs a Hensley Performance built 440 engine. A well balanced motor mounted to a 727 TorqueFlite and dressed with Holley carburetors and Aluminium valve covers from Mopar Performance. A custom built Flowmaster dual exhaust system complete this high performance muscle car with a beautiful V8 sound.
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