The Dodge Charger from 1968 was the second most popular version of the concept of an affordable sports car Dodge. The sleek fastback body create a dynamic look, even when he was standing still. Under the hood made motorcycles to an output of 425 bhp and a capacity of 7 liters for a breathtaking drive. This made him a guaranteed winner at every stoplight race. Many of the 1968 Charger named the most beautiful American coupe of that decade. The success was reflected also in figures: a total of some 96 100 vehicles were delivered to satisfied customers. The Dodge Charger gained international fame when it drove in the movie Bullit against Steve McQueen's Ford in a chase scene through San Francisco.
- Lifelike replica bodywork with fine surface structure
- Separate, take off hood
- Multipart detailed engine
- Twin exhaust pipes
- Detailed interior with authentic instrument panel with structured chairs
- Detailed chassis in one piece
- Truthful replica wheels
- Many chrome parts, including rims, bumpers, mirrors and radiator grille
- Authentic transfers
|Additional accessories required|
| Needed paint |
|50, 51, 78, 94, 99, 302, 365, 371, 378|
|Tools Required||Glue, paint, thinner, knutselmes|
Also available as model-set. Including paint (51, 94, 302, 378) + adhesive + brush.
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