Roaring Power and Jaw-Dropping Style: Experience the Unforgettable Ride of a Slammed 1968 Dodge Charger!

1968 Dodge Charger Slammed – Maybe the coolest Dodge Charger ever?

Steve is a very talented man, who followed his dream and opened the Muscle Rod Shop that is a place with different approaches towards car designing and building.

This 1968 Dodge Charger that you will see here is his car, and he has made many modifications on it.

It has a Chrysler 389 ci big block engine with stock pan, melting pump, COMP Cams lifters, Weiand dual-plane intake manifold, Mopar Performance distributor, Doug’s 1.75 inch headers, stock water pump, custom X-pipe and dual 3 inch MagnaFlow mufflers.

1968 Dodge SlamCharger – The Coolest Charger Ever Made

The front suspension of the Charger has a rebuilt stock, and the rear suspension has one too but with raised spring perches.

The wheels of the Charger are Centerline Lazer II 18 x 8 at the front, and 18 x 8, 20 x 12 at the rear, and the tires are Nitto Invo, 245/40ZR18 front and 315/35ZR20 rear.

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