all original 1968 Coronet R/T [Dodge]

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  • Kenneth Paul says:
    3 years ago

    1968 Coronet R/T. I had one a long time ago.

  • Brenda Sue Taylor says:
    3 years ago

    lol

  • Richard Fones says:
    3 years ago

    1968 Coronet R/T.

  • Grover Lipkins says:
    3 years ago

    I was close…

  • Roger Fetterolf says:
    3 years ago

    1968 Dodge Cornet RT.

  • James Francuz says:
    3 years ago

    This is a great vehicle that got a full restyle done during this particular year (1968), but it tended to be overshadowed by the internal competition from the Super Bee and Charger. Nonetheless, the ’68 Coronet R/T is still legit and it meant business. The Coronet has a race-bred V8 engine, and for the time period, was a fearsomely high performance ride to have the keys to.

  • Jeff Sicklesteel says:
    3 years ago

    Oops, try again

  • Jeff Sicklesteel says:
    3 years ago

    Sorry Mike but it was the other way around. The R/T like the GTX were 440 and Hemi cars. The Roadrunner and the Super Bee started with the 383 and went up from there.

  • Clifton Nelson says:
    3 years ago

    Coronet R/T first came out in 1967….Super Bee followed in 1968…FACT

  • Clifton Nelson says:
    3 years ago

    Mike,haven’t you got that mixed up a bit

  • Morgan Winter says:
    3 years ago

    Coronet R/T, not a Charger

  • Mike Sybrant says:
    3 years ago

    Drove one of these to Highschool. Only mine was a 68 Plymouth satellite sport.

  • Morgan Winter says:
    3 years ago

    Not.

  • Morgan Winter says:
    3 years ago

    ’68

  • Morgan Winter says:
    3 years ago

    ’68

  • Mike Hinrichs says:
    3 years ago

    1968 was the only year for the round sidemarker lights.

  • Mike Hinrichs says:
    3 years ago

    Correct, there was a 68 Super Bee. The Super Bee was the counterpart to the Plymouth GTX (nicer trim, etc.) and the Coronet R/T was the counterpart to the Plymouth Roadrunner (stripped supercar)

  • Kevin Patrick says:
    3 years ago

    While this is definitely a Coronet R/T, the Super Bee was introduced in 1968, not ’69.

  • Michael Holden says:
    3 years ago

    1968 Dodge R/T Coronet.

  • Grover Lipkins says:
    3 years ago

    69 Dodge Cornet?

  • Junior Burchett says:
    3 years ago

    68 Plymouth roadrunner

  • Ronnie Cox says:
    3 years ago

    This was the forerunner to the Super Bee that followed in 1969, basically a Dodge Coronet with a wicked big block and a bullet proof tranny. One Mean Machine, I saw 155 miles per hour on the speedometer of one of these running down a section of highway that was not yet open to the public and the white lines became a blurred straight line.

  • David Bellamy says:
    3 years ago

    68 Dodge Coronet R/T.

  • Jeff Sicklesteel says:
    3 years ago

    3 clues, body = Coronet, round side marker = 1968, R/T on front fender = R/t. Answer = 1968 Coronet R/T.

  • Michael Gigi Pucci says:
    3 years ago

    1968 Dodge Coronet R/T 440.

  • Bob Piscopo says:
    3 years ago

    1968 dodge coronet r/t.

  • Brent Tyler says:
    3 years ago

    68 coronet R/T?

  • Dave Ilbery says:
    3 years ago

    1968 Dodge Coronet R/T.

  • Harold Phillips says:
    3 years ago

    68 was the first year for the little round side marker lights on the front fenders and rear quarters.

  • Stuart Els says:
    3 years ago

    Coronet RT. Not a Roadrunner or a Superbee. The Roadrunner was on a Satellite chassis. If it was a Superbee, it’d have the decals. Since I’m not a Mopar aficionado, I’d guess this is a 68, and that the Superbee model came after an original RT designation.

  • Harold Phillips says:
    3 years ago

    Its a 68 Dodge Coronet R/T.

  • Cliff Johnson says:
    3 years ago

    1967 charger r/t.

  • Nicholas Henry Zimmerman says:
    3 years ago

    1967 dodge charger.

  • Eric Schmidt says:
    3 years ago

    1968 dodge coronet r/t.

  • Brenda Sue Taylor says:
    3 years ago

    road runner or super bee.

  • Craig Strong says:
    3 years ago

    68 Dodge R/T.