Jonny Smith | 1968 Dodge Charger
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1968 Dodge Charger

Imported from San Diego ready to be a static wedding car when America’s recession kicked off, the Dodge went through a subtle rustoration in order to preserve the car whilst retaining its patina. Numbers matching big block 383 four-speed manual car, with non servo drum brakes and manual steering.



My ‘Retired ‘Shine Runner’ came to me with mysterious bullet holes in the boot lid and no history. All I know is that it was originally sold in San Francisco in the same year that they made Steve McQueen’s Bullitt. Love the raw appeal of the Charger. It’s a physical car to drive and that’s the way it will stay. One of apparently 259 ordered in this spec. My daughter’s favourite car.