The Charger Daytona was produced when Dodge decided to quit Nascar and build a Nascar-inspired streetcar.

Some of the most well-known muscle and sports automobiles are produced by Dodge. 

Since 1960, when manufacture of this car began, the moniker "Charger" has been closely linked to Dodge. 

The racing tradition of the Daytona brand is built upon in the 2013 Dodge Charger Daytona.

In 1969, Dodge unveiled the Daytona, a vehicle that would go on to claim the NASCAR Championship. 

It possessed a jewel of a Hemi V8 engine, making it an immensely competent machine. 

The race vehicle from which it took its name, the Daytona, pushed the Charger to proudly carry the moniker.

The Charger Daytona was produced when Dodge decided to quit Nascar and build a Nascar-inspired streetcar. 

The 2013 Charger Daytona was limited to just 2500 production units, making it a super rare car on the streets. 

Although it did not have the long nose and the five feet tall rear wing, 

which was seen on the 1969 Daytona, the vehicle was still cosmetically inspired by its ancestor.

An Overview Of The 2013 Charger Daytona

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