Tag: Charger Daytona

Charger Daytona 426 Hemi Stands Out Among the Baddest of Mopars

dodgeforum.com Dodge Charger Daytona with 426 Hemi

An army of cool modified Chargers congregate at a Texas tuning shop, including this not-so-mellow yellow Charger Daytona.

  Comments | By - May 10, 2019

Classic Power Wagon Hauls Daytona to Track

Does that thing have a Hemi? How about the truck?

  Comments | By - April 17, 2017

A Brief Aerodynamic History of the Dodge Charger

The 1960s Dodge Charger is a classic American muscle. You can use a variety of superlatives to describe its design – “badass”, “solid”, “worth-selling-a-kidney-just-to-have-in-your-garage”, etc. In technical terms, the word “slick” is not one of them.

  Comments | By - March 14, 2017

Stolen 1,000 HP Dodge Challenger

Let’s be honest, a Dodge Challenger isn’t the best platform to break the 200 mile per hour barrier in a standing mile. Or is it? Pictured above is Joel Highsmith’s custom Dodge Challenger. This monster of a machine sports a Kenne Belle supercharged 426 HEMI making an astonishing 1,012 rear wheel horsepower.  Combine that with […] More »

  Comments | By - February 6, 2014

2013 Mopar Nationals: the Dodge Charger Daytona and Plymouth Superbird

The 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona and the 1970 Plymouth Superbird are arguably the most sought after and most famous of all of the Mopar muscle cars.  These cars were originally designed to race in NASCAR but due to production qualification rules, the Chrysler Group built a limited number of the “wing cars” in 1969 and […] More »

  Comments | By - August 19, 2013

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