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Mustangs, Chargers, Motorcycles, and Steve McQueen
Dodge Charger muscle car
The first generation B body Dodge Chargers were probably the most popular cars to carry that nameplate, but there have been other lesser-known Charger models through the years, most of which were factory lemons, IMO.
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The American Cool
From James Dean to Dodge Chargers to Steve McQueen, and everything in between, this is vintage Americana
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Pictures and information about the Ford Mustang from 1964 / 1965 through 2006
The 1966 Dodge Charger was the first in the series, and it was a bonafide muscle car, made to compete with the likes of the Pontiac GTO and Ford Torino. Although it was a 2 door coupe, it was a full size car, not meant to match up with cars like the Mustang. Despite this, the 1968 Dodge Charger became famous for a scene in the movie "Bullit" starring Steve McQueen, when it was driven by the bad guys as they try to escape McQueen's 'Stang. Car enthusiasts have long questioned how the Ford managed to keep up with the Charger, as the Dodge would have been much faster, especially on the straighaways outside the city (San Francisco). Some of the engines available for the Charger were the 426 HEMI, 440 Magnum, and a 440 Six Pack in 1970. The model went downhill after that, and by 1978 it was little more than a large econocar with an underpower engine. The line has now made a comeback, and you can find new Chargers in Dodge dealer lots. Look for some special edition models coming out soon, as Dodge tries to appease America's appetite for speed. The older models are highly sought after and can be found on eBay, among other places.
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