Lights, Camera, Action – 2010 SEMA Show Fires Up!

As the workers hurry to finalize all the touches at the Mopar SEMA booth, Red Letter Dodge is at ground zero to offer you a behind the scenes look of the high-horsepower and cool customs from Dodge.  
From Road Racing Vipers to Drag Pak Challengers to a modern take on a classic 1964 Dodge Hemi Super Stocker, SEMA offers something for every enthusiast.

 



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1966 Dodge Charger: The Insurrection Begins

On January 1, 1966, the “Leader of the Dodge Rebellion” (and eventually the entire muscle car segment) was launched. Based upon the Charger II Show Car that debuted the previous year at the 1965 North American International Auto Show, the ‘66 Dodge Charger was the brand’s first purpose-built muscle car. While it wasn’t the first such vehicle to hit the scene, its menacing proportions and enormous engine quickly placed it at the top of the…

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1966 Dodge Charger: The Insurrection Begins

From The Archives: “Coke Bottle” Charger Introduced


In 1968, two years after production officially began, Dodge rolled out a new body style for the popular Dodge Charger muscle car and unknowingly introduced what would eventually become one of the most iconic cars in American history. Sporting curvier front fenders and rear quarter panels, the ’68 model was the first Charger to feature the famous “Coke bottle” styling and was widely praised by the automotive community for its eye-catching design. Today, this particular generation…

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From The Archives: “Coke Bottle” Charger Introduced