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Title: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: dfrazz on March 10, 2015 - 08:17:53 AM
I have a line on a '68 Charger (see pics attached) that I am going to see on Saturday and would like your estimate on its worth.  Here is what I know about the car:

XP29F8B - now has a rebuilt 440 in '08, 727 converted from column to console. Comes with #'s match 318 and trans. Org A/C car but not installed. Paint, body, vinyl top, all interior restored in '05, replaced bottom rear qtrs, trunk pan, dutchman panel. New aluminum radiator with dual fans, suspension 3 yrs old, temp gauge and horn not working, windshield 9 yrs old all other glass org. PS/PB, drums on all 4. Center console lights not working. Body and undercarriage solid. Owner said front suspension vibrates when you hit 55 mph.  Current owner has had car since '04.

I love Chargers but have never owned one so let me know what you think and what are some key things to look for when seeing the car.

Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: brads70 on March 10, 2015 - 10:47:39 AM
I have no idea but..... I'm jealous!  :pullinghair: :wave:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: HP2 on March 10, 2015 - 03:05:15 PM
Based on all the talk I see on dodgecharger.com, that's a $25-30k car, so according to them it is a steal at $16,500. In all honesty, $16,500 seems pretty fair for an XP car with a transplanted 440 and floor shift.

Inspect all the usual areas for shoddy rust repair. Make sure all the electrical items work okay. Dashes are prone to failure. Check the bulkhead pass through on the firewall. A/c cars tended to burn these bulkheads up pretty badly.

Nice looking car!
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: anlauto on March 10, 2015 - 04:06:28 PM
I had a customer about two Summers ago that wanted a 68 Charger really bad, like this one, he didn't care what it started out as because he wanted me to build it "his way".
I shopped around locally and found only one available at the time. It was a complete basket project and they wanted $10K for it. :22yikes: I found out that Chargers bring good money no matter what condition.

This being $16,500.00 is a steal....you could never build something for that price. :2cents:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: roadman5312 on March 10, 2015 - 04:16:57 PM
We watch for these daily, heck just finding one for sale is awesome.  Don't snooze, you might loose.
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: TelisSE440 on March 10, 2015 - 04:52:40 PM
We watch for these daily, heck just finding one for sale is awesome.  Don't snooze, you might loose.

 :iagree: That's how I got my Challenger, it was cheap enough and I got it. If I was in your shoes, I'd go and take a look at it. This car looks awesome!! :drool:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: dfrazz on March 10, 2015 - 05:01:59 PM
Thanks guys.  I'm going to look at it and will let you know.  The price seems good unless there is something really wrong with it.  The shop that did the resto is gone, so that is no help but the machine shop that rebuilt the 440 is there and I'm going to give them a call.  I will keep you all updated!
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: roadman5312 on March 10, 2015 - 05:04:05 PM
:iagree: That's how I got my Challenger, it was cheap enough and I got it. If I was in your shoes, I'd go and take a look at it. This car looks awesome!! :drool:
                             I've missed out on several cars because I hesitated. Is this car advertised for sale somewhere ?  If so please post the info, cash is in my pocket, I'll drive all night.   :roflsmiley: 
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: BIGSHCLUNK on March 10, 2015 - 05:06:19 PM
You wont build that for $16,500..........  :grinno:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: 1 Wild R/T on March 10, 2015 - 05:33:18 PM
Thanks guys.  I'm going to look at it and will let you know.  The price seems good unless there is something really wrong with it.  The shop that did the resto is gone, so that is no help but the machine shop that rebuilt the 440 is there and I'm going to give them a call.  I will keep you all updated!

One bit of advice.. Calling the machine shop will alert other locals that the car may be for sale... If the shop has a good reputation for their work you might want to just roll the dice 16.5 is a deal, hate to see you lose it by stirring attention to the car...
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: roadman5312 on March 10, 2015 - 05:37:52 PM
BEEN DRIVIN ALL NIGHT, HANDS WET ON THE WHEEL   :roflsmiley:  Call in sick, don't hesitate. Good luck.   :2thumbs:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: dfrazz on March 10, 2015 - 05:45:15 PM
You wont build that for $16,500..........  :grinno:
One bit of advice.. Calling the machine shop will alert other locals that the car may be for sale... If the shop has a good reputation for their work you might want to just roll the dice 16.5 is a deal, hate to see you lose it by stirring attention to the car...

Good thinking R/T. 
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: brads70 on March 10, 2015 - 05:46:50 PM
BEEN DRIVIN ALL NIGHT, HANDS WET ON THE WHEEL   :roflsmiley:  Call in sick, don't hesitate. Good luck.   :2thumbs:

 :bigsmile:   Better  act quick if your serious, won't last long!  :grinno:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: HP2 on March 10, 2015 - 06:04:55 PM
I'm an hour away with cash if you don't want it.

 :thumbsup:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: dfrazz on March 10, 2015 - 06:23:03 PM
I'm an hour away with cash if you don't want it.
 :thumbsup:

I'm showing up with Benjamin's, but I'll let you know HP2.
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: blown motor on March 10, 2015 - 06:23:24 PM
Saw one sell here a year ago for 23,00CDN. Body work was done but no paint, drive train installed but the rest of the car was in boxes.
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: ec_co on March 10, 2015 - 06:23:52 PM
yeah, don't hesitate or it will be gone quick, I wouldn't even wait until Sunday. based on the description it's a steal and you could quick flip it if you wanted.
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: dfrazz on March 16, 2015 - 10:44:37 AM
I got it!  The PO is retiring wants to buy a camper and travel with his wife.  The purchase of the Charger included the original 318 and 904 trans, a new engine lift (used once), bumpers, mirrors, visors, new drivers window, 3 '68 radios (2 Dodge and 1 Plymouth), thermoquad carb, and a trunk load and truck bed load of extra parts.  I will be selling all extra parts.  I'm not sure if I should sell the 318 or not since its numbers match but kind of a boat anchor too.
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(http://i103.photobucket.com/albums/m125/danfrazz/1968%20Charger/IMG_5730_zpsd4eghgbk.jpg) (http://s103.photobucket.com/user/danfrazz/media/1968%20Charger/IMG_5730_zpsd4eghgbk.jpg.html)
(http://i103.photobucket.com/albums/m125/danfrazz/1968%20Charger/IMG_5739_zpsysgmfksa.jpg) (http://s103.photobucket.com/user/danfrazz/media/1968%20Charger/IMG_5739_zpsysgmfksa.jpg.html)
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: roadman5312 on March 16, 2015 - 10:48:10 AM
Congrats  :clapping:  I've been waiting to here the outcome, looks like you hit the mother lode.   :2thumbs:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: anlauto on March 16, 2015 - 10:51:15 AM
Did you get everything for $16500 or even better ?
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: moparman82 on March 16, 2015 - 11:05:31 AM
Way to go dan!! I'm so stroked for you man, you have quite the pair now
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: djais1801 on March 16, 2015 - 11:32:48 AM
That's a steal!  You could sell those parts and probably end up paying around $10-12 in the end!! Great Score :wow:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: ec_co on March 16, 2015 - 12:33:21 PM
seriously great score!! selling the extra parts will make it more sweet. I'd keep the OG drivetrain though. while it's only a 318, it's still original and worthy of keeping it with the car IMO (usually adds a little extra value when it's time to resell it as well. not like you'll make much selling it by itself anyways).



 :jumping: :crazy: :swaying:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: 74 challenge on March 16, 2015 - 02:28:44 PM
wow. What a deal.

I'd keep the engine too. Make a Coffee table out of it.
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: HP2 on March 16, 2015 - 02:33:02 PM
Looks like you picked it up on Colorado Springs based on the background below. I don't recognize the car though.

Nice score, I'm jealous!

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Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: HP_Cuda on March 16, 2015 - 03:07:21 PM

Well I guess I'll have to live vicariously through you now frazz. I've been looking for a 68 charger for awhile now and have only seen buckets of rust for too much $$$.

Looks to be a fun ride! Congrats!
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: BIGSHCLUNK on March 16, 2015 - 05:14:55 PM
Looks like you scored BIG time!!!  :2thumbs:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: MirageCuda on March 16, 2015 - 05:34:33 PM
Congrats!  I hope to come check it out sometime.
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: Chryco Psycho on March 16, 2015 - 10:18:32 PM
Congrats  :2thumbs:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: brads70 on March 17, 2015 - 08:13:28 PM
 :clapping: great news congrats! Best deal I've seen in a long time
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: twalker on March 17, 2015 - 10:41:41 PM
What a steal. Sigh.
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: dfrazz on March 18, 2015 - 08:11:50 AM
Thanks guys, I was lucky to be at the right place at the right time.  PM me if anyone has a need for B-Body parts. I'm taking an inventory and will post them on other sites too.
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: 69ChargerRT on March 18, 2015 - 10:38:52 AM
awesome car.  ive wanted a 68 to add to the collection for a long time now
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: jimynick on March 19, 2015 - 10:14:14 PM
Please add my name to the list of guys here who are jealous as hell! Nice car and very nice price. Dash out and buy a lotto ticket since you seem to be on a roll!  :thumbsup:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: mofish on March 20, 2015 - 12:37:50 AM
I'm jealous too. Great car! Congrats  :wow:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: 73440 on March 20, 2015 - 01:39:00 AM
I have a line on a '68 Charger (see pics attached) that I am going to see on Saturday and would like your estimate on its worth.  Here is what I know about the car:

XP29F8B - now has a rebuilt 440 in '08, 727 converted from column to console. Comes with #'s match 318 and trans. Org A/C car but not installed. Paint, body, vinyl top, all interior restored in '05, replaced bottom rear qtrs, trunk pan, dutchman panel. New aluminum radiator with dual fans, suspension 3 yrs old, temp gauge and horn not working, windshield 9 yrs old all other glass org. PS/PB, drums on all 4. Center console lights not working. Body and undercarriage solid. Owner said front suspension vibrates when you hit 55 mph.  Current owner has had car since '04 and is asking $16,500.

I love Chargers but have never owned one so let me know what you think and what are some key things to look for when seeing the car.

Well, speed right past that 55 mph vibration then!!
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: 1970 RT Challenger 1970 on March 20, 2015 - 02:39:33 AM
 :thumbsup:

Sweet! Nice Car.
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: Mopar Thunder on March 20, 2015 - 11:08:39 AM
Great to see you got it!  Sorry I didn't see this post earlier. That is awesome  :thumbsup: Since you have had it have you found anything that you weren't expecting?  I need to replace my tires on mine, what size are on your's?
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: Cudaragtop on March 20, 2015 - 07:15:48 PM
Very nice indeed!  :ylsuper:
I have a neighbor working on one he paid $25K for and I'm pretty sure if I showed him yours he would cry, so I won't...
I've seen a few go for as low as $15K but WOW, nothing that come close to looking like what you found.
68-69 Chargers are for sure one of the all time fave Mopars out there. Awesome score.  :clapping:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: dfrazz on March 20, 2015 - 07:51:45 PM
Great to see you got it!  Sorry I didn't see this post earlier. That is awesome  :thumbsup: Since you have had it have you found anything that you weren't expecting?  I need to replace my tires on mine, what size are on your's?

Thanks!  The Charger is in really great condition. There are a few paint chips but nothing major.  It has drums on all 4's so I need to swap out at least the fronts for discs.  The steering box is leaking (appears to be an O ring), the shift linkage is loose since the PO converted it from a column to a console, and the temp gauge is not working although there is an autometer gauge dangling below the dash so that will get fixed.  It needs new rear spings, I was thinking of getting +1" over stock to give it a nice stance but would like opinions if anyone knows.  The engine is very strong but hesitates around 5500 RPM so it could be a fuel line or pump, not sure. Very minor things.  The tires are 235-70 and 275-60 on 15" Cragar's.
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: 1carhunter on March 21, 2015 - 12:28:47 AM
Congrats.  Sweet deal.  I never find "that" guy.  Only the guy, after the guy, who sold it to another guy.
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: Mopar Thunder on March 21, 2015 - 12:19:24 PM
Do you know if the rear Cragar's are 8 inch ?
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: dfrazz on March 21, 2015 - 12:39:13 PM
Do you know if the rear Cragar's are 8 inch ?

Let me measure and get back to you.....
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: tommyg29 on April 12, 2015 - 11:00:47 AM
Im jealous too so I'll stand in back of the line  :2thumbs:
Saw Furious 7 last night and that steel 68 in the last scene was the prettiest car in the whole flick
You have a steal 68 too  :roflsmiley:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: thedodgeboys on April 12, 2015 - 11:28:16 AM
Nice score and at a great price  :cooldancing:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: dfrazz on April 12, 2015 - 01:48:01 PM
Do you know if the rear Cragar's are 8 inch ?

Sorry it took me a while but I measured today and the Cragar S/S wheels are 8".

Thanks Tommy, and I agree the F7 Chargers and really sweet.

Thanks DB.  I'm selling off the parts now on CL and dodgecharger.com, so if anyone needs b-body stuff PM me. 
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: dfrazz on October 29, 2015 - 04:26:59 PM
Quick update on my Charger.  I swapped out the Performer 440 intake for a CH4B, installed a Proform 750 carb with Cool Carb shield and spacer, re-routed the fuel line and added a return with a new sending unit, installed a new hi-flow fuel pump and rod, installed a new Firecore distributor, coil, and 8.5 mm wires, changed the rear main seal and added a windage tray while I was at it, swapped front drums to drilled and slotted discs with a new booster, and topped it of with a new Eddy air cleaner. 

The 440 runs SO much better now!   :ylsuper:

This winter its all about suspension and steering: Stage III box from FirmFeel, bigger sway bars and t-bars, new springs and shocks, and installing sub-frame connectors.

(http://i103.photobucket.com/albums/m125/danfrazz/1968%20Charger/IMG_8870_zpsmwd9btvh.jpg) (http://s103.photobucket.com/user/danfrazz/media/1968%20Charger/IMG_8870_zpsmwd9btvh.jpg.html)

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Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: brads70 on October 29, 2015 - 05:28:54 PM
MAJOR ENVY!  :drool:   Car looks great!  :clapping: :2thumbs:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: TelisSE440 on November 07, 2015 - 03:04:18 PM
I'm jealous, I want one too!!!  :droolingbounce:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: Mopar Thunder on November 07, 2015 - 07:18:37 PM
Very nice.....looks great! I haven't done a lot with mine just a few local shows and cruises.  The Cuda' took up most of my time the past 2 years but it is all completed. Maybe next spring I can look at the Charger to see what is needed on it if anything.
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: dfrazz on November 07, 2015 - 11:02:30 PM
Very nice.....looks great! I haven't done a lot with mine just a few local shows and cruises.  The Cuda' took up most of my time the past 2 years but it is all completed. Maybe next spring I can look at the Charger to see what is needed on it if anything.

Thanks.  I think they always need something.  I'm looking forward to see pics when spring rolls around.
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: HP_Cuda on November 08, 2015 - 05:37:06 PM

Dang it Frazz you helped out again.

I just made my own ground for my fuel sender and although it's not super accurate now at least I now know that it works!

The Charger is looking great!
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: dfrazz on November 08, 2015 - 09:43:41 PM

Dang it Frazz you helped out again.

I just made my own ground for my fuel sender and although it's not super accurate now at least I now know that it works!

The Charger is looking great!

Thanks HP. I don't know much but just learning from a lot of you guys and hope to contribute where I can!
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: 69ChargerRT on November 09, 2015 - 10:12:20 AM
no many how many times I see that shape, and I do often since I have one, I just have to stop and stare
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: wantone on November 09, 2015 - 05:19:45 PM
Eff'N sexxxy.   
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: dfrazz on April 23, 2016 - 11:38:53 AM
I tightened up the suspension with subframe connectors, 1 7/8" front sway bar, 1.10 torsion bars, Hemi springs +1", new shocks (Bilstein front and Sensa-trac rear), offset bushings, and new Weld Prostar wheels with M/T Sportsman S/R tires.  Caught a nice sunset last night in Denver for some pics.

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(http://i103.photobucket.com/albums/m125/danfrazz/1968%20Charger/IMG_0390_zpsexhmgwq3.jpg) (http://s103.photobucket.com/user/danfrazz/media/1968%20Charger/IMG_0390_zpsexhmgwq3.jpg.html)

(http://i103.photobucket.com/albums/m125/danfrazz/1968%20Charger/IMG_0365_zpsh5tso44j.jpg) (http://s103.photobucket.com/user/danfrazz/media/1968%20Charger/IMG_0365_zpsh5tso44j.jpg.html)

(http://i103.photobucket.com/albums/m125/danfrazz/1968%20Charger/IMG_0307_zpsg6zibdbz.jpg) (http://s103.photobucket.com/user/danfrazz/media/1968%20Charger/IMG_0307_zpsg6zibdbz.jpg.html)
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: brads70 on April 23, 2016 - 12:18:59 PM
Beautiful!  :drool:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: AARCuda340+6 on April 24, 2016 - 01:33:55 AM

Great shots.  The rake of the car plus the wheels & rims give your car a very, very mean look.
I pity any car that pulls up beside yours.
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: anlauto on April 24, 2016 - 10:21:45 AM
I like the old school Cragers better...but I agree the new rollers make it look like a race car :grinyes:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: dfrazz on April 24, 2016 - 10:41:05 AM
I like the old school Cragers better...but I agree the new rollers make it look like a race car :grinyes:

Thanks for compliments guys.

The Cragars are nice but I thought I would go with the Prostars for more of an old school straight-line drag car look since I have the road & track look on the Cuda.  I think the Charger being a bigger car looks good with the big tires too.
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: 340challconvert on April 24, 2016 - 10:54:01 AM
I know it's been said, but;
WOW and good luck with a beautiful car!
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: dfrazz on May 27, 2016 - 11:31:38 PM
Finished converting the 727 auto to an 833 4 speed today. (http://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20160528/e340b89a5e803bfb77ad934b4e7e1ec2.jpg)
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: brads70 on May 28, 2016 - 06:40:33 AM
 :drool: :clapping: :2thumbs:   Looks great!
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: djw383 on May 28, 2016 - 08:48:49 AM
Will you take $17,000 for it now?.... ok how about $17,500?

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Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: dfrazz on May 28, 2016 - 09:09:38 AM
Will you take $17,000 for it now?.... ok how about $17,500?

LOL - I'll take your $17,500 and hold it until you come up with the rest.......
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: Cudaragtop on May 28, 2016 - 11:05:16 AM
Sweet!  :clapping:

Finished converting the 727 auto to an 833 4 speed today.
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: 73440 on May 28, 2016 - 11:54:56 AM
Finished converting the 727 auto to an 833 4 speed today. ([url]http://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20160528/e340b89a5e803bfb77ad934b4e7e1ec2.jpg[/url])


Good deal!!!
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: js29no on May 28, 2016 - 12:39:39 PM
I will bet it's more fun to drive now.  :2thumbs:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: HP_Cuda on May 28, 2016 - 01:31:14 PM

Wow Frazz you have done a nice job there!!!

Talk about enjoyment  :droolingbounce:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: Mpdlawdog on May 30, 2016 - 08:36:32 AM
NICE WORK!!!!!!!!!  I still to this day think im my charger had a 4 speed I would still have it!!! 
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: djais1801 on May 31, 2016 - 01:56:16 PM
awesome Dan! i thought you were doing that to the Cuda...is she next?
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: dfrazz on May 31, 2016 - 01:59:02 PM
awesome Dan! i thought you were doing that to the Cuda...is she next?

No plans on swapping the Cuda, she's done for a while.  The next big project is stroking the Charger 440 this winter.  :ylsuper: :bananasmi :cheers:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: Mopar Thunder on May 31, 2016 - 07:32:54 PM
Looking really nice.  I would love to have that in mine.  :2thumbs:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: mofish on June 02, 2016 - 11:11:15 AM
Great job! I love this car.    :drool:
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: slapshot on June 02, 2016 - 08:05:53 PM
Awesome! How do you like it with the 4 speed?
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: dfrazz on June 02, 2016 - 08:10:47 PM
Awesome! How do you like it with the 4 speed?

Thanks guys.  Totally changed the car, so much more fun to drive. A little expensive to do but well worth it in the end.
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: dfrazz on June 05, 2016 - 12:32:01 AM
Beautiful summer night for a cruise in the Charger.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRglx-kAhTM (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRglx-kAhTM)
Title: Re: '68 Charger - WIW
Post by: brads70 on June 05, 2016 - 09:06:21 AM
Beautiful summer night for a cruise in the Charger.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRglx-kAhTM (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRglx-kAhTM)

I have a major case of green with envy!  :drool: :drool: :drool:   :2thumbs: