The classic American muscle car. 470 HP, intense handling and a lean, low profile make this the car for people who love cars.

Dodge Challenger Through the Years: 1978 to 1984

 

Discontinued in 1974, the Challenger name returned to the Dodge lineup for 1978 in a completely new form—as a compact import coupe manufactured by Mitsubishi in Japan.  With slight variations in trim and options, the same package was branded by Mitsubishi as the Galant Lambda, by Plymouth as the Sapporo, and by Chrysler Australia as the popular Sigma.

 

With no V8 available, this Challenger was marketed not as a muscle car but as a compact personal luxury vehicle.  Two four-cylinder engines, a…

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Dodge Challenger Through the Years: 1978 to 1984

Mod Monday Gallery: Round 6

Round 6 of the Mod Monday series here on REDLINE Dodge is now over. We’d like to thank all of our awesome fans who submitted photos of their favorite modified Dodges. It’s been tough to narrow it down to a top 10 this week, but without further ado, here are some of the best mods from Round 6!

 

 

WestCoast Challengers

 

 

Augie Rodriguez

 

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Mod Monday Gallery: Round 6

Dodge Challenger Through the Years: 1970 to 1974

 

Dodge was the final entrant in the Detroit pony car wars in 1970, but the Challenger was worth the wait. Pundits declared the Challenger’s clean, elegant styling the best of the breed, and they raved about the wide variety of available powerplants, from Slant Six to 426 Hemi.

 

Like all pony cars, the Challenger was based on modified compact/intermediate architecture, which in Dodge’s case it also shared with its pony car sibling at Chrysler, the Plymouth Barracuda. Dodge designer Carl Cameron styled…

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Dodge Challenger Through the Years: 1970 to 1974