21. Dodge Coronet Super Bee
The Coronet was always an intermediate sedan in the Dodge lineup. Before the muscle car era, it was an ordinary, dull car. However, in the late ’60s, the Coronet got a powerful engine and turned into a fast street fighter. Dodge presented the Super Bee model in 1968 as their answer to the Plymouth Road Runner.
The Super Bee had a lighter body and wild graphics. Buyers could choose between the standard 383, the optional 440, or the mighty 426 Hemi engine. Although less popular than the Charger or Roadrunner of the same vintage, the Super Bee is one of the most recognizable Mopar muscle cars.