28. Dodge Charger Super Bee
The original Charger Super Bee was a one-year-only model for 1971 and was kind of an entry-level muscle car. Selling at lower prices but packing good equipment, wild graphics, and a 440 engine as standard, the Super Bee was a relatively popular proposition. And it especially appealed to people looking for a classic performance machine in vivid colors with tire-shredding performance.
The base 440 delivered 370 HP and in the Six Pack option was capable of 385 HP. The Hemi was the only engine option, but rare since just 22 cars received that engine.