26. 1973-74 Dodge Charger
After the successful second-generation Charger Dodge made from 1968-70, they introduced a new model for 1971. The car received a new design following the classic lines, but came with more curvy styling. This model didn’t look as good as the model it replaced. It was a classic Dodge muscle car with a big grille and hideaway headlights.
The muscle car era was nearing its end, so the Charger lineup moved towards luxury models. This made its its power. The big 400 and 440 engines remained as optional, but decreased to around 200 HP. The Chargers from 1973-74 model years looked fast, but were disappointing in performance.
This means drivers can get one for around $20,000 to use as a starting point in the modification process. You could install a bigger engine and have the legendary Charger in your driveway for just a fraction of the price of a real 1968 Charger 440 R/T. Sadly, early ’70s Chargers look cool, but most collectors overlook them.