Posts tagged Dodge Charger
Never let it be said that Dodge doesn’t know how to make competitive racing machines. Average consumers have been falling in love with models like the Dodge Challenger and Charger for decades, and with unparalleled specs and performance, the high-end Viper sports car speaks for itself. This June, Dodge’s engineering genius was confirmed yet again, when two breathtaking vehicles with Dodge branding achieved great things on the racing circuit.
Dodge’s speedy, powerful cars and Chrysler’s famously versatile vehicles have been popular with U.S. shoppers for a number of years. The reasons are clear. They look good, they handle even better, and they can do a lot more than simply get you from point A to point B thanks to their myriad cool features. They’re also rock-solid vehicles in the eyes of J.D. Power. The company just released its 2016 U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study which ranks all companies based on their vehicles.
If you’re a Dodge fan, chances are you’re inspired by the muscle-car glory days. With aggressive looks and racetrack-worthy power and performance, these cars were as unique as they were exhilarating. That’s why the gearheads at our Dodge dealership near Boston and that’s most of us) are pretty excited about the brand-new “Muscle Cars (Forever)” stamp series produced by the U.S. Postal Service.
The series will feature five iconic cars, including the incredible 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona with its signature two-foot-tall rear wing. With a 375-horsepower engine and a number of aerodynamic modifications designed to help the Daytona dominate on the track, it’s a car that still stands out in the memory muscle-car fanatics.
Other cars featured in the series include the 1966 Pontiac GTO, 1967 Shelby GT-500, 1970 Chevelle SS and 1970 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda. Sheets of 20 are available now at your local post office, so if you love these cars as much as we do, get down there and pick some up to add a little style to your everyday mail.
Which classic muscle car was your favorite? Would you have picked different models to go on the series?