9: 1968 Dodge Charger 426 Hemi
Drivers had the Plymouth Road Runner and then its corporate cousin the Charger. Long before Dodge was in the business of Hellcats and Demons, the company was building brute-force muscle cars. The Charger 426 handles business on the track and backroads with a fierce rear-wheel-drive design. The powerful Hemi V8 was one of the best creations to come out of Mopar to this day, even inspiring Dodge to bring the powerplant back later on a few decades down the line.
The values of these Dodge Charger models have gone through the roof and for good reason. If you wanted a car that was a little more then your average pony car, this was it. The Charger was one of the first real muscle cars to come out of the 1960s, taking on vehicles like the GTO and the Cutlass.