Asking Price: $49,500 Questions

1966 Dodge Charger

383 big block V8 - Automatic

Lot # 6861
Location Fredericksburg, TX 78624
Seller Dealer
383 big block V8
Asking Price: $49,500 Questions

The first generation Dodge Charger (1966-1967) was an attempt to produce a larger, upscale pony car based on Chrysler’s B platform which was shared with the Coronet. Seeking a niche market between the pony cars and personal luxury coupes like the Thunderbird, the Charger was also Dodge’s answer to the fastback craze of the late 1960’s. With its unique styling and choice of powerful engines the first generation Charger earned its place in the pantheon of all-time great muscle cars.

This striking 1966 Dodge Charger is a fine example of these legendary muscle machines. Lift the hood and you’ll see the 383 big block V8, a well-respected engine among the Mopar faithful. Additional features include power steering, a TorqueFlite A-727 automatic transmission, an unusual 4-bucket seat interior with full length console, dual exhaust, original AM radio, and 205/75R14 tires wrapped around steel wheels with correct covers.

These cars really set themselves apart with their unique bucket seat interiors and relatively low production numbers, which tends to increase their collectability. In this era of cookie-cutter grey SUV’s, this uniquely styled and historically important classic stands out like the maverick that it is.


1966 Dodge Charger

1966 Dodge Charger

1966 Dodge Charger


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