One of the most adored V8 muscle vehicles in the world is the Dodge Charger. 

 It is also one of the few religious vehicles to fulfil its original purpose, which was to serve as a ridiculous

 It is only appropriate that we pay homage to the history of the Dodge Charger after more than fifty years of this

Great American automakers began developing V8 muscle vehicles in coupe and convertible body styles in the middle of the 1960s.

When Ford unveiled their pony car, the Mustang, as a 1964 1/2 model, it stunned the world. 

 Additionally, Chevrolet had a leader in the form of the Chevelle, and Pontiac had achieved notable success with its GTO.

What then did everyone's preferred Mopar muscle car manufacturer do? On a Coronet chassis, Dodge built the 1966 Charger.

The vehicle's four V8 engine choices and sleek, sloping fastback roofline made it an instant popularity. 

The first-generation Dodge Charger had a variety of engines, including a large 7.0L Hemi V8 with 425 hp,

According to Mopar Connection Magazine, Dodge adopted Ford's strategy of using sporting victories to increase sales.

 In NASCAR, the Dodge Charger would go down in history.

With the Charger, Dodge's 1966 entry into NASCAR, the large muscle car won 14 races and captured the Grand National