The Dodge Charger is an American icon, but these modified versions take it to a whole new level.

Numerous powerful and quick sports vehicles were introduced to the market in the 1960s. 

It is difficult to dispute the fact that American automakers were engaged in a significant horsepower battle,

even if one ignores all the superb vehicles produced on the old continent and simply looks at homegrown monsters. 

The Dodge Charger is one of the muscle vehicles that grew older like excellent wine.

Dodge's prized possession is, by definition, the Charger. The Charger is actually one of the best Mopar vehicles ever made. 

It was once among the most intimidating two-door muscle cars of the 1960s and 1970s. 

It is currently one of the most terrifying muscle sedans ever produced. In the previous 15 years, 

no American automaker has been able to produce a muscle sedan as reliable as the Charger (but Cadillac has come surprisingly close).

1). 1967 Dodge Charger Restomod The majority of uninformed auto enthusiasts are unaware that the original Charger was introduced in 1966. 

Drivers weren't particularly hunting for the first-generation Charger. Despite having a fastback shape and respectable engines, 

it was not very appealing. Due to poor sales, the original generation Charger was only offered for a year before getting a makeover.

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