Dodge Charger

America’s automotive evolution

The Dodge Charger started life as a show car in 1964. While the Dodge Charger fits into many categories, the very first time the moniker was used, the car is showed up on was unlike anything made up to that point. The Dodge Hemi Charger concept was a purebred muscle car with a 600 horsepower engine and three-speed manual transmission. Inspiration for the original design of the single show car was based on the Polara and fitted with a 426 Wedge engine. The name then showed up in 1965 on certain Dodge Darts as a “Charger 273” as a hardtop or convertible, all yellow with black tops, and options like Crager wheels and the 273 engine.

2022 Dodge

Charger Wide Body Scatpack


$65,900

1974 Dodge

Charger SE


$32,900

1971 Dodge

Charger Super Bee


$114,900

1973 Dodge

Charger


$25,500

1975 Dodge

Charger


$7,950

1970 Dodge

Charger R/T Tribute


$99,995

2021 Dodge

Charger GT AWD


$47,750

1971 Dodge

Charger R/T


$76,998

1970 Dodge

Charger


$79,900

1976 Dodge

Charger Daytona


$21,995

1970 Dodge

Charger


$220,991

1974 Dodge

Charger SE


$34,900

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1971 Dodge

Charger SRT Serpent Concept


$225,000

1971 Dodge

Charger Daytona Prototype Concept


$325,000

1969 Dodge

Charger


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