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    The new Dodge Challenger has allowed Dodge enthusiasts a
    chance to buy a new “muscle car”, with the definition of rear wheel drive,
    front engine, V8s.  However, models like
    the Charger SRT-8 and Dodge Viper SRT-10 have filled the gap in Dodge
    performance, although in other segments, and both have proven to be very

    In speaking with a handful of performance enthusiasts (both
    Dodge, other domestic, and import enthusiasts), I found that the following
    models were the most commonly mentioned in the question of “what is the best
    Dodge muscle car of all time?  There is
    no right answer, so here are the 8 models that were mentioned when I was asking
    people the same question, so I present to DodgeForum a tail of the tape for
    each of the following 8 cars for your consideration in what you would pick as
    the greatest Dodge muscle car. 

    I know, the Viper isn’t technically a muscle car, and the
    Charger SRT-8 is a sedan, but I felt that they deserved to be in the
    discussion, as did several other people as well.

    Now, for the competitors…


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    2008 Dodge Charger SRT-8

    6.1L Hemi, 425hp, 420 lb-ft torque, 5-speed automatic transmission



    2009 Dodge Viper SRT-10

    8.4L V10, 600hp, 560lb-ft torque,6-speed manual transmission


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    2009 Dodge Challenger SRT-8

    6.1L Hemi 425hp, 420lb-ft torque,6-speed manual transmission


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    1969 Dodge Charger R/T

    426ci Hemi 425hp, 490lb-ft torque,727 TorqueFlite automatic transmission


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    1968 Dodge Hemi Dart

    426ci Hemi, 425hp (NHRA Rated at 500hp), 490lb-ft torque,727 TorqueFlite automatic transmission


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    1971 Dodge Hemi Challenger

    426ci Hemi, 425hp, 490lb-ft torque,727 TorqueFlite automatic transmission


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    1969 Dodge Charger Daytona

    426ci Hemi, 425hp, 490lb-ft torque,727 TorqueFlite automatic transmission


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    1969 Dodge Coronet Super Bee 440 Six Pack

    440ci “Six Pack” Wedge, 390hp, 490lb-ft torque, 833 4-speed manual transmission


    So, above is a quick rundown for each of these fabled Dodge
    performance cars, and if you were given the chance to own one…Not to sell it,
    but to own and drive it on the street and the track if you are so inclined,
    which would you pick? 

    Vote on your favorite here!!!