16: 1969 Dodge Charger
Dodge has brought many different notable vehicles onto the classic car market, but the 426 cu in (7.0 L) 2×4bbl Hemi V8 Charger is the most desirable. You might remember this car as the original Dukes of Hazard General Lee, but there’s more to it than that. The Charger was a defining muscle car for the Chrysler brand and Dodge in general. There were various engine choices for the Charger but the Hemi was the most noticeable out of the bunch.
The design of the Dodge Charger was similar to brand stablemate the Barracuda. But Dodge did a series of small things to make the Charger stand out. Body colors were different and the interior was styled differently. The Dodge Charger was a standout choice in the muscle car market. The B-Body style cars from Chrysler, in general, are noted for being some of the most popular vehicles ever released. They’re also some of the easiest in terms of maintenance.