Making A Trashed '68 Charger Awesome Again

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The first step is to clear out all the rat poop.

For many, the original Dodge Charger is a favorite partly because of its long-running stint on the TV show "The Dukes of Hazzard." Unlike the General Lee before its wild stunts, this particular 1968 Charger is completely trashed, as in it has no motor, no transmission and no, well, anything. It’s pretty much just a rusted hunk of metal that’s been sitting outside for years. That’s all about to change as the crew from Roadkill attempt to bring this old hunk of junk back to life.

Of course, there has to be a bit of a twist to this; the guys plan to swap a big-block engine out of an old motor home for the Charger’s use. And we’re not sure which is more disgusting in their current states: the motor home or the Charger.

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