1969 Dodge Daytona
Equipped with a massive Hemi engine, the 1969 Dodge Daytona was a race-bred driving machine. The legendary coupe truly deserves to be mentioned among the best. From an aerodynamic standpoint, the Daytona was decades ahead of its time. In fact, it boasted a remarkable drag coefficient of 0.28. When speeding around the racetrack, the 1969 Daytona sliced through the wind, and the car’s big spoiler and razor-sharp front fascia definitely served a purpose. With a total output in excess of 425 horsepower, the 426 Hemi engine delivered just the right amount of performance and its top speed of 180 miles per hour made it a legitimate contender.
2015 Dodge Challenger Hellcat
Although the Dodge Challenger Hellcat has a short history, it has already become a living legend. Despite its newness, the big coupe’s retro styling evokes a strong sense of nostalgia. The supercharged Hemi engine pumps out a jaw-dropping 707 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque. When tested at the track, the Hellcat consistently hit 60 miles per hour in less than four seconds. Furthermore, the Hellcat’s manual gearbox comes straight out of the latest Viper. It is definitely an instant conversation starter at car shows.
1968 Dodge Dart GTS
True Mopar fans understand what the 1968 Dodge Dart GTS brings to the table. A 440 cubic inch block transformed the Dart GTS into a thrill machine. By installing aftermarket headers and an ignition kit, owners had no trouble in squeezing out even more power. Other minor modifications enabled drivers to hit 60 miles per hour in an impressive five seconds. Due to the fact that the 440 versions lacked a power steering system, some buyers choose to stick with the standard 383 engine. Aside from its fun factor, the Dart GTS won over a lot of car enthusiasts with its charismatic styling.
While Mopar has produced a variety of thrilling vehicles in its history, these three cars are special in their own unique way, and they’re destined to be remembered for many years to come.
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