Mopar Star ’68 Charger with 5.7 hemi & Tremec 5 Detailed (w/Photos)


This is the Charger that you have seen in all the Mopar Performance displays this past year. The car debuted at SEMA. It has been seen in Popular Hot Rodding Magazine, Mopar Collector’s Guide, and Muscle Car Enthusiast. Starting out life as a real R/T but as most stories go by the time it was found the car’s original 440 and 727 were long gone. The car is from Arizona and is one of the most rust-free chargers ever seen. A complete rotisserie restoration by Time Machines (builder of the new Motion Camaro lot 1290) with all new parts from Year/One or NOS. It has a new 5.7 crate hemi that uses a Tremec 5 speed and a Strange S-60 Dana 4.10 rear to transfer the 360 horses to the ground. They custom made a one-off air cleaner. It has a Hot Rod Air air condtioning system and power Dodge Intrepid seats made to look like original low back buckets and incorporated a Mopar Performance Autometer gauges. It has power windows, and locks and Flowmaster exhaust system. The front end is a tubular bolt-in version by AlterKation complete with coilovers and rack and pinion steering. Baer brakes to all corners. The interior is a custom stitched ultra suede material. The stereo is a Alpine unit with Polk Audio speakers and over 2000 watts of power. No detail was left undone. The car has all new glass in it and is ready to show or go anywhere you want to take it.


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