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1968 Dodge Charger General Lee Classic Vintage Chrome

1968 Dodge Charger General Lee classic vintage chrome Daisy Bo Luke Duke Edelbrock Hedman Hedders Mopar

$52,995.00  out of stock
Item condition: Used
Ended: Feb 21, 22:17 PST
as of April 25, 2022 9:23 pm

 844-756-2669844-756-2669 Visit eBay Store 1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526272829303132333435363738394041424344454647484950515253545556575859606162636465666768697071727374757677of77 Full size photosVideo Full size photosVideo classic vintage chrome Daisy Bo Luke Duke Edelbrock Hedman Hedders Mopar Stock #: 5481-CHA Exterior Color: Orange Interior Color: Parchment/Black Body Type: Hardtop Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic Drivetrain: RWD Engine: 400 V8 Title Condition: Clear This 1968 Dodge Charger instantly grabs your attention because of the full General Lee attire. And between the growl of the enhanced V8 and the sound of Dixie on the horn, you'll find the whole package irresistible. While this car's legendary appearance already makes it a superstar, take some time to really look at the details. The orange paint shines brightly so you can instantly identify it from any distance. It makes for a great canvas to add the General Lee's signature graphics, CB antenna, and push bumper. Of course, a Charger already has a huge desirability factor that comes from the unique elements like the hidden headlights, extra-wide chrome bumpers, and flying buttress C-pillars. Finish it off with the correct and desirable Vector wheels, and this is the general that commands all others when it shows up on the scene. Just like the exterior color, fans know the tan interior was what we saw on the screen. And while TV cars can often appear used and abused in real life, this General Lee is a hero you'll be glad to meet. In fact, this has a terrific original style, right down to the AM radio that's still on display. The seats even still have that great factory style pattern. Plus, it has Mopar's unique setup where you have two individual buckets, but can fold-up the center armrest whenever Daisy needs to sit in the middle. And there's an added button under the dash for those times when you need to announce your arrival with the proper Dixie horn. The engine bay is filled with...

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