This Dodge Charger has a 440 cubic inch Mopar V8 under the hood.

The YouTube channel Uncle Tony's Garage just released a new video that examines what goes into reviving

a 1967 Dodge Charger after it has been idle for more than 18 months.

Aspiring mechanics will like the peek inside, while seasoned technicians will enjoy the quick fixes

Presenter Tony DeFeo walks up to a worn-out first-generation Dodge Charger instead of the other drool-worthy

It's time to examine the automobile after he parked it due to a sliding transmission last year.

DeFeo makes it clear early on that firing up this Dodge would be challenging.

When the hood is lifted, a Mopar 440 cubic inch V8 with an Edelbrock carburetor and corresponding cobwebs are seen

He begins by taking off the air filter and pouring some gasoline into the carburetor bowl.

The engine looks anxious to switch on at startup, but there is no success.

Even after some more gentle prodding, it still doesn't work, so DeFoe rips open the distributor 

But all onlookers see are sporadic radiator fan spins and smoke puffs.

DeFeo tests his diagnostic abilities and determines that the battery is the likely culprit.

Finally, the V8 starts to growl before dying once more. But with perseverance, which is commonplace