Which of these iconic Mopar muscle cars would you choose?
The Dodge Charger is considered by a lot of gearheads to be the epitome of cool, and we tend to agree. These cars have always had a fan base, but have become a hot commodity in the collector car market over the years as their popularity only increases by the day. Here are some of our favorites you can find in our inventory right now.
Restored Factory V-Code 6-Pack Charger R/T 440
Take a look at this impressive Mopar. It's an authentic Six-Pack Charger R/T that's benefited from a detailed rotisserie restoration. Powering the Charger is a correct 440-cubic inch RB V8 with correct Six Pack induction, which is backed by the correct A833 4-speed manual transmission, and feeds into the correct Dana 60 Track Pak rear axle with 3.54 gears. It has power steering, correct Black vinyl interior with buckets and console. Covering the flawless body is Go Mango paint with a black tail stripe.
1971 Dodge Charger R/T Concept
From 'extremely correct', to highly experimental, this concept is wild! The car speaks the “jet fighter” design language throughout, and is a great nod to what you might call a 1970 1/2 concept, dubbed as the 71 Wing Car of the G-Series Collection.
It only takes one glance to see that this 1970 Dodge Charger Restomod is a serious custom machine. But more than just the bold green, this has a custom body, custom interior, and serious fuel-injected Hemi power. And everything from the five-speed to the suspension tells you they had all the right details in mind, too. So dig into all the features of this awesome restomod.
1970 Dodge Charger 440
This well-optioned Charger has undergone a complete restoration, and has been treated to some modern upgrades along the way. The restoration was done professionally, and was started in 2012 and completed in 2015. Under the hood sits a Dodge 440ci V8, connected to its A727 Torqueflite Automatic Transmission and 8 3/4 Sure-Grip Rear End.
1970 Dodge Charger Daytona Tribute
This 1970 Dodge Charger Daytona replica pays tribute to one of the coolest of the cool. After all, the Daytonas were built to cheat the wind, and Bobby Isaac's #71 car proved it by setting speed records at the Bonneville Salt Flats. So this example has invested heavily to get the sleekness and the power right so that you can really enjoy a taste of muscle car history.
1971 Dodge Charger SE Daytona Prototype Concept
The 1971 Dodge Daytona Prototype Concept was constructed with the idea that if Chrysler greenlit production, this is what the pre-production prototype would look like. Unlike a custom car, which are often personal flights of fancy, Gary and Pam brought what Chrysler designers had envisioned and factory engineers had tested. The difference is in the details and the Beineke's got it right.
1968 Dodge Charger General Lee
This 1968 Dodge Charger instantly grabs your attention because of the full General Lee attire. And between the growl of the enhanced V8 and the sound of Dixie on the horn, you'll find the whole package irresistible. While this car's legendary appearance already makes it a superstar, take some time to really look at the details.
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