Dodge Charger, one of the finest muscle cars
All models of the Charger have fascinated the public since it first came out in 1966. During the fastback era, Dodge rode the crest of the wave to bring out one of the most famous muscle cars. Identical in its conception to the Plymouth Barracuda, the Dodge Charger consisted of a B-corps capable of receiving big blocks. Its esthetic attraction would evolve but it would always keep a charm that is inextricably linked to staggering performance.
The hemispheric engine demonstrated Chrysler's talent — its 7 liters developed over 400 horsepower. The 69 model was democratized by The Dukes of Hazzard TV series! General Lee was the name given to the Dodge Charger that became famous for its stunts and skids. Dodge celebrated the big comeback of the Charger in 2006 and every new year has been a consecration in the war between neo-retro muscle cars. In fact, the American police have made it their favorite attribute.
You'll find hundreds of vehicles that answer to the sweet name of the Charger on the site. Choose your favorite and let yourself be guided.