Best Dodge model of all time
Old cars make us nostalgic, there’s no use in denying it. Even if you never drove a vehicle from an older, more simple time you can still have an appreciation for an old Dodge. When someone thinks of a classic car, it’s hard not to think of a Dodge model. For example, the legendary 1971 Dodge Challenger or the 1947 Dodge Regent. Even though both of those models are classic Dodge vehicles, we think the best Dodge model of all time is the 1973 Dodge Charger.
This is considered the third generation of the Dodge Charger, as it was first introduced in 1966 as a two-door mid-sized car. It was the revamped and remodeled to be the Charger we know today much later on, but back in the 1960s and 1970s, the Charger was an iconic piece of vehicle.
The third generation Charger was introduced using the B platform and modified to meet new emissions and safety regulations. The 1973 Dodge Charger was available with six different packages that include everything from a split grill, a semi fastback rear window and a ducktail spoiler. The 1973 model year Dodge Charger was very similar to the 1971 model year because Dodge eliminated the Dodge Coronet, thusly meaning the only two-door mid-size car.
After the 1973 model year Dodge Charger, the vehicle underwent many significant changes to its exterior and interior, but none of them would ever be the same as the 1973 model year. What’s your favorite older Dodge model and why do you think it’s the best Dodge model of all time? Or are you more of a fan of the newer model year Dodge Charger, such as the classic 2014 Charger with an intimidating front end and muscular stance?
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