Genuine and rare, 1 of only 224 E38 Big Tank R/T Chargers ever made. Factory Bathurst Big Tank Charger in hero Hemi Orange colour with original T1 Tan trim.
To add to its uniqueness, this E38 is one of the first 100 built and has the J82 option which deletes the quarter vent windows in the doors and adds the opening rear louvre windows, which is extremely rare in a VH Charger. The change in ventilation was designed for improved distribution of airflow for the racetrack.
The E38/E49s were successful as race cars and now widely recognised as one of the sexiest Australian cars ever built (according to Wheels Magazine).
Bare metal rotisserie restored approximately 10 years ago and still in spectacular condition. Running the famous high compression 265ci Hemi headed six cylinder engine fed by those amazing triple Weber carbies. Original factory 3 speed floor shift manual. Interestingly, the factory records show the engine fitted as D363B00031 whereas D363B00032 is actually fitted to the car.
Immaculate original interior, wheel, dash, gauges all in perfect condition. These were one of the nicest seat/dash/steering wheel combos of the era.
Beautiful paint and panel on a dead straight rust free body. Complete with its legendary 35 gallon (160 litre) Bathurst tank strapped in the boot.
Multiple trophy winning R/T Charger showing 103,247 genuine miles, and signed by Bathurst Racing legend Leo Geoghegan in the engine bay at a WA Chrysler show in 2011.
A rare Mopar classic in stunning condition. Genuine Bathurst bred race car for the serious MOPAR collector!!! Perth, WA car. (Ref: 5345)
RF BERG 4438
A66 - Hood and Fender Dress-up Package
A84 - Track Pack including 35 gallon tank, 16:1 steering ratio, 14x7 alloy wheels, h/duty discs and hubs
A95 - Interior Dress-up Package (Sports) including reclining buckets, carpets, 3 spoke wheel
E38 - 265 CU.IN."6 Pack" (6 cylinder) COMPETITION Engine with Special camshaft: Engine No. Prefix D363 (280 bhp)
G60 - Qtr vent delete and add pop out rear side window
J82 - Homologated for Racing E38 (First 100 E38s built)