1969 Dodge Charger: NASCAR Warrior
Produced during the total dominance of the Ford Mustang, the Dodge Charger managed not only to become a proper rival to the latter but also to win its bold place in the popular muscle car market.
1973 Dodge Charger
The Charger had become one of the most popular vehicles of the 1960s thanks to its svelte, swoopy sheet metal atop midsize B-body underpinnings, as well as a range of trim levels and appealing engine choices, and Dodge was not ready to let it go until it had to.
1960 Dodge Dart: The success story of America’s favorite compact sedan
For the Dodge brand, the Dart was a real success story. Launched in 1960, the brand's most compact model remained one of the most successful compacts ever to appear on the American automobile market.
American power: 1966 Dodge Charger
At the peak of the muscle cars fever, the legend of the American auto industry Dodge Charger was born - the iconic car of Chrysler Corporation, designed to compete with Pontiac.
1967 Dodge Coronet: History of the legend
The iconic Coronet, which was one of the best Dodge models, was so popular in the USA that the company released as many as 8 generations of this model between 1949 and 1980. The machine had serious updates several times, which made it even more popular.
1967 Dodge Charger – а gem of Мuscle cars
The 1967 Dodge Charger is a prominent example of the Chrysler empire, produced in the heyday of the muscle car era - from the mid-60s to the early 70s.
1972 Dodge Challenger – late, but definitely not the last
The Dodge Challenger was the last to enter the power race in 1970, but that didn't stop the machine from making a name for itself. Debuting with engines ranging from the straight-six to the mighty 440 Six Barrel and the divine 426 Hemi, it has become a power and speed lover's dream. Other pony cars could only dream of it.