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    Hehe That Is My Cherry — 383 bored out new piston 710 drag cam straight pipes on it b&m shifter. 2500 stall on it 750 cfm carb. rised intake street scoop no seat belt so just hold on. she has been times at 12.1 in the 1/4 all stock part of the body

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: she will scream like a no other

    Cons: gas is gone like that

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    Sweet! — She is a ground up restoration. Came out of the factory with a 383 and now sits with a 440 out of a 1970 Superbird. Does it rattle? Hell yes! I rattled too at 43 years old! Color is Viper Red. Appraised at $50,000, we have $45,000 in to it. She is fun to drive and yes, I brag every chance I get!

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: THe color, the fun, the beautiful ass end!

    Cons: Always on edge when at car shows when bicycles are present!

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    A Very Fast Loud Car That U Can See A Mile Away In The Dark — i like everything about my car i mean i go to 155 yesterday. its a 1968 dodge charger with a long nose its bright yellow with its orginal 315 rebuilt and borley exaust system wiht racing tranny and performance cams

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: performance cams with racing tranny

    Cons: color bright yellow

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    Best Looking Car Ever. — Brutal engine. Not so good handling. Great sound! Tire smoking car!!! Nothing can beat this in visual design. Remember it is a 68 model. Easy to find performance parts to this car and new types of suspension and brakes. if you are thinking of gas milage on this car, dont bother buying it. it is thirsty as hell!!!!

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: Power!!!!!

    Cons: no reasons!!

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    It's The Real Thing, Baby — Big, heavy, beautiful, powerful. Classic American muscle. Compared to modern cars it gets dreadful mileage and has mediocre brakes. I don't care. Mine is a 440 4-speed. It's a blast to drive and turns heads everywhere it goes. I can't imagine ever selling it.

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: great looks, massive torque, awesome sound

    Cons: low mpg

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    Ya've Jus Gotta Hav Un. — amazing performance, has breathtaking acceleration but handles like a battleship. loads of wallowing and cant take corners at more than 30 mph. dont even ask about the brakes, lol. no need for any repairs but, everything squeaks or rattles. exterior styling is all muscle while the interior is quite basic for equipment but very spacious and comfortable. cost of ownership - around town is 10 to the gallon but almost double that on a motorway, maintenence can be costly, depending what you need and whether you can do it yourself or not. the fun factor is unbeatable - the best way to laugh while something empties your bank account for you.

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: a whole lotta fun

    Cons: expencive 2 run n repair

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    It Sure Turned A Lot Of Heads When I Drove It. — It was a 440 4sp with a 3.55 dana rear end with bucket seats and console which made for interesting shifting as the shifter handle came up through the center and over to the driver.Had a 150 mph speedo and i managed to see 135 mph

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: The style was like no other

    Cons: The Hurst shifter on a console car was aweful.

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    Not For The Faint Of Wallet — This was my first car, knuckle-dragging brute horsepower. steered like a boat on jell-o, needed an arrestor hook to stop but boy did it go fast in a straight line a real throttle monster. Mine was a 383CI Magnum with a 4 speed transmission (manual natch'). It went to heaven via a concrete telephone pole. It was a my first love and was a rust bucket as they all were from the factory, but boy was it fast.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: adrenaline rush

    Cons: hole in the pavement into which you throw money

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    1968 Dodge Charger R/t —

    This is the start of the three best years that Charger had for looks. Sexy,sexy! Granted it's now a 40 year old relic from the past that wasn't the greatest in first place. Flawed design, Poor air flow, horrible brakes and the steering was worse! 6 1/2 turns from lock to lock! Evasive driving wasn't thought of then. Today, still not the best car, but, with suspension and brake kits these cars can probably be built to out perform a modern Mustang GT. This car was a rocket, point it straight, hammer down and hope you don't run out of road, because you can't turn! The recessed grille trapped air causing the car to be light on the steering tires at higher speeds, get going too fast on a bend and you better know how to drift. Gas mileage,hmm 6-8mpg maybe 10 with a tail wind. Brakes were four drums which got hot after two hard stops, then stopping required a lot of time and distance, transmission down shifting and possible heel dragging. Handling, well, it's 4000lbs, with no power steering, enough said. The fun with this car is just starting it! When she barks over and the comp cam barely keeps it idling..... that's the symphony of muscle car music!

    Pros: High hp, great looks, classic muscle.

    Cons: No brakes, no higher speed steering, $$$$$$$$$

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    Charger — I built it, Its fast and fun to drive! I started the project when i was 16, and have been continuing to mod it today. So far it has ran a best of 11.70@113 mph. Next year the car will be a new monster! The only thing i dislike about it, is when it breaks, means more money out of the pocket!

    Pros: Fast, Good looking,

    Cons: When it breaks

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2014 Dodge Charger Reviews

    Great Daily Driver And Highway Cruiser By magnumforc

    The 2014 Charger R/T was the last generation of this vehicle with the massive front end. Combined with the "Blacktop Package" which blacks out the entire trim to a monochrome body and trim color gives... Read More

    The Heart And Soul Of What American Muscle Should Be. By r33inpa

    Dodge went all out with the new styling of the 2014 Dodge Charger R/T. Big V8 that has plenty of room for the family and ample storing in the trunk. I'm 6''1 and 240 lbs and can sit comfortable in the... Read More

    2013 Dodge Charger Reviews

    Pleasant Surprise By Canar

    I was looking for a 4 door luxury car in the middle 30K range. I drove a lot of different cars and at the time was stuck on the Avalon. The dealerships by me did not want to give me a fair deal on an ... Read More

    Great Bang For Your Buck By Flex

    Love this car lots of aftermarket accessories and very reliable small things dodge need to fix but overall I'm satisfied. I'm 6'5 and have 2 toddlers and its enough room for us. might need an SUV next... Read More

    2012 Dodge Charger Reviews

    Love At First Sight By Andrew_Molina

    I liked the whole look of it and how it drove. Especially all the room the car has. It truly is what a full size sedan should be like and nothing less. It drives very smoothly and is easy to manuver. ... Read More

    I Like It. By charlene0147

    I like the handling, the sound of it after I installed the CAI, looking for more take off power. I like the look of the car, the space on the inside, and when I got it, it didn't have many miles on i... Read More

    2011 Dodge Charger Reviews

    Big Comfortable Cruiser By Indulgenceiniowa

    Great car, even the gas mileage has exceeded my expectations. The car is incredibly smooth on the highway. Very fast, color combination of billet silver/camel interior is great. This car has an inc... Read More

    Nice Old Guy Car By pwalker321

    Comfortable ride and good gas mileage. Looks cool but shoulda got the v8! Great for the money even though interior was a little on the cheap side. If you want a charger, go with the nicer trim, not ju... Read More

    2010 Dodge Charger Reviews

    2010 Dodge Charger Sxt By kbarger

    I love the muscular look of the car as well as the ride but I wish mine had leather seats and a sunroof. The auxiliary jack makes it a breeze to listen to music stored on my phone. The spoiler on the ... Read More

    Sporty By johnrnolte

    Looks good, but poor long term car. I have had the entire steering system and struts replaced twice. I like the low slung windows and very supportive front seats. Radio has satellite radio, but it wil... Read More

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