18: Dodge Charger 500
The Dodge Charger itself was one of the most popular cars of the muscle car era. The Charger 500, however, not as much. What exactly was the Charger 500? It was a stripped-down version of the popular Charger Daytona. The Daytona 500 was the first production vehicle to reach speeds of almost 200 mph as a NASCAR vehicle. Although the model didn’t sell well on the NASCAR circuit, there weren’t many cars that could match it.
Some exterior features of the Charger 500, such as the flush headlights and grille, were unlike the Daytona. The interior was also stripped down when you thought about it, but most buyers focused on performance. These days the Charger 500 is a popular option on the classic car circuit and will routinely fetch a good price at auction.