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The Dodge Charger is one of the most iconic muscle cars of all time. Featuring Dodge’s HEMI engine, two-door and four-door body styles, and aggressive styling, the Dodge Charger is known across the world as being a symbol of American horsepower. Whether you’re looking for Dodge Charger parts or just looking to learn a little more about the car, you’ve come to the right place.
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The Dodge Charger first debuted in 1966 as a two-door coupe that could hold 4 passengers. It had an attractive fastback design with a boxy and bulky front end. The Charger featured a lot of the same parts that its cousin, the Coronet, also carried; thanks to both cars being built on Chrysler’s B-Platform. The ONLY engines that came in the Dodge Charger’s first-generation were V8s, meaning these cars were ready to cause some trouble.
Throughout its lifespan, the Dodge Charger stayed true to its roots, always featuring an aggressive 2-door design, rear-wheel drive, and a powerful engine. The popularity of the Dodge Charger only grew over time and its 2nd generation, from 1968 to 1970, became one of the most well-known American cars of all time mostly thanks to being featured in the popular series, The Dukes Of Hazzard. This generation is by far the most sought-after and most valuable generation of the Dodge Charger, so if you’re trying to pick up a Charger of your own, you might want to try to get your hands on a second generation.
Today, the Dodge Charger can only be found in a four-door configuration, but can still be optioned with some of the most powerful factory engines to date, including a 6.2L Supercharged HEMI V8 that puts out over 700 horsepower in the Dodge Charger Hellcat.
Arguably the rarest Dodge Charger in the world is the historic Dodge Charger Daytona. Dodge originally developed the Daytona to perform in the Daytona 500. After its development for racing, Dodge brought the Charger Daytona to the streets with the same huge rear wing and front nose cone. This car was the first car to break 200 MPH in NASCAR’s history and the guys at Dodge let the general public have the opportunity to own a Daytona for themselves. A lot of the Dodge Charger parts that were on the Daytona racecar were carried directly over to the street car, making the Daytona one of the fast street cars in the world at the time.
The value of a Dodge Charger depends greatly on the model year and the specification of the car. We’ve done some research and decided to break down a range of values based on generation:
1966 - 1967: $15,500 - $64,000
1968 - 1970: $18,000 - $150,000+
1971 - 1974: $19,000 - $110,000
1982 - 1987: $3,000 - $25,000
From what we’ve found, classic Dodge Chargers have been appreciating in value over the last year, particularly in the model years of 1968 - 1970. The lowest we’ve found is a non-running 1970 that sold for $45,000 while we’re seeing some Daytona models sell for upwards of $250,000. A lot of this cost increase comes from the lack of availability for most Dodge Charger parts in good condition.
Luckily, the generations of the Dodge Charger vary greatly by design as do most of the Dodge Charger parts. The first generation has a fastback design and is quite a bit shorter in length than the second generation. The second generation is the most recognizable thanks to its fame from the series, The Dukes of Hazzard. It’s a long-bodied car with a boxy design that has become the most popular muscle car design of all time.
The third generation was shortened a bit compared to its prior design and took a more subtle approach to the muscle car styling. It still featured the massive front grille but unlike the second generation, the body became a lot more rounded.
The fourth generation is easily recognizable compared to the other generations because it took on a totally different look. This car was targeting the luxury segment now and somewhat resembles the body shape of a Pontiac LeMans. It’s a boaty, luxurious, and subtle design that looks nothing like the previous generations.
Finally, the fifth generation of the Dodge Charger comes in. This is definitely the oddball of the group as it took on a compact shape that was meant to compete with cars like the Ford Capri. It featured a 4 cylinder engine and a very European design that almost looked like the car should’ve come out of Japan.
If you’re looking for parts for any Dodge Charger generation prior to 1990, we have what you need. From headliners to ball joints, everything you need to make your Charger look like new is just a simple search away. Here are some of the most popular Dodge Charger parts we carry:
Nobody likes the look of cracked weather stripping or the sound of a bad seal. We carry all of the Dodge Charger weatherstripping and seals you need to bring your Charger back to showroom condition.
It’s time to make that Dodge Charger road-ready again. We carry all of the Dodge Charger parts for suspension and systems needed to make your Charger perform better than ever before. From ball joints to camber bolts, we have it all!
Let’s face it, the interior of most classic cars is pretty worn out due to age. Luckily, we carry a ton of interior parts for the Dodge Charger so you can do a complete overhaul on your interior. You’ve found the best place for Dodge Charger interior parts.
From sound-deadening materials to insulation, we have all of the Dodge Charger parts you need to make your car quieter than before! Use some of our trunk liners or interior sound deadening to reduce vibrations and make your Charger a lot quieter on the inside!
We all love the look of the Dodge Charger. But what if you need just a little more to make it perfect! Dodge Charger parts can be hard to come by, but we carry a lot of exterior options for just about any Dodge Charger. Ready to finish that build yet?
The small details matter when it comes to Dodge Charger parts. Find all of the smaller pieces to complete your project here. Whether you need some new hardware or just some extra supplies to help with the next project, everything you need is here!
Our classic Dodge Charger restoration parts are designed to meet the original manufacturer's specifications and guidelines for a perfect fit. This combined with today’s advances in modern technology and production, ensures that you will enjoy the highest quality reproduction Charger parts for your car restoration project.