Dodge Charger Information:
Dodge Charger History:
Dodge's R/T performance history dates back to the late 1960s. A time when Mopar powered Hemi, Big and Small Block muscle cars ruled the street and the drag strip. The first R/T which stands for "Road and Track" was a Hi-performance version of the 1967 Dodge Coronet. Offered in both hardtop and convertible form, the standard R/T featured a 440 cubic inch V-8 powerplant, heavy-duty suspension, beefier brakes, larger tires, and R/T badging. If that wasn't enough you could option for the legendary 426-cubic inch Hemi engine rated at 425 horsepower.
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