1968 Dodge Dart 426 CI Hemi V-8 engine


Description


426 CI Hemi V-8 engine
Mopar Cross Ram intake
Two Holley 4-barrel carburetors
Automatic transmission
Cheetah SCS shifter
MSD ignition
Headers and dual exhaust
Matte Black fiberglass hood
Blue bucket seat interior
Rear seat delete
Pro-Comp Monster tach
Caltracs rear setup
Color-keyed steel wheels
Mickey Thompson ET Street Radial tires
The engine is backed by an automatic transmission, which uses the factory-recommended Turbo-Action Cheetah SCS floor shifter. Unlike the original model, this car is based on the hardtop body like the GTS; it has a bucket-seat interior in blue, though the rear seat has been deleted like the original Hurst edition. The windows still use crank-mechanisms for ease of operation, including the rear quarter windows. In clear view of the driver is a big Pro-Comp Monster tach equipped with the shift light. The body is finished in white with a black 1968-correct dual scat-stripe in black around the tail, and the word HEMI was custom-applied to the scoop. Riding on a set of color-keyed steel wheels with poverty-type hubcaps and Mickey Thompson ET Street Radial tires, this is a Mopar ready for the cruise-in or car show, or perhaps even a little Saturday night stoplight acceleration.
1968 Dodge Dart 426 CI Hemi V-8 engine
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426 CI Hemi V-8 engine
Mopar Cross Ram intake
Two Holley 4-barrel carburetors
Automatic transmission
Cheetah SCS shifter
MSD ignition
Headers and dual exhaust
Matte Black fiberglass hood
Blue bucket seat interior
Rear seat delete
Pro-Comp Monster tach
Caltracs rear setup
Color-keyed steel wheels
Mickey Thompson ET Street Radial tires
The engine is backed by an automatic transmission, which uses the factory-recommended Turbo-Action Cheetah SCS floor shifter. Unlike the original model, this car is based on the hardtop body like the GTS; it has a bucket-seat interior in blue, though the rear seat has been deleted like the original Hurst edition. The windows still use crank-mechanisms for ease of operation, including the rear quarter windows. In clear view of the driver is a big Pro-Comp Monster tach equipped with the shift light. The body is finished in white with a black 1968-correct dual scat-stripe in black around the tail, and the word HEMI was custom-applied to the scoop. Riding on a set of color-keyed steel wheels with poverty-type hubcaps and Mickey Thompson ET Street Radial tires, this is a Mopar ready for the cruise-in or car show, or perhaps even a little Saturday night stoplight acceleration.

Additional information

Make: Dodge
Model: Dart
Year: 1968
Doors: 2
Mileage: 28977
Transmission: Manual
Interior Color: Blue
Exterior Color: White
Vehicle Identification Number: LH23B8E133954
United States, South Carolina, Charleston
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