Some of the world’s most well-designed cars came from the sixties. The bulk of today’s vehicles are boring and lack character compared to the sixties, which was a high point in regards to outstanding car designs.
The era brought many significant changes in automaking. Not only did muscle cars, economy vehicles, and pony cars make their way into the auto scene, but a number of luxury cars were developed. That would help redefine the decade and the meaning behind owning a car.
1968 Dodge Charger R/T
The 1968 model is one of those muscle cars that has withstood the test of time. It’s the type of car that imposes an image of fear and star quality all in one incredible package.
With a fascinating design that features the now famous hidden headlight grille, the curvy body, the refined tail, and the prevalent use of chrome on the car, the Charger R/T was in a class of its own. While other muscle cars at the time came out with a dynamic profile or powerful engine, nothing could compete with the Charger R/T.