I didn’t have the 66 Dodge charger, but I did have a 67 Dodge Charger….. I loved it … It was my baby…..It took me anywhere I ever wanted to go… Drove it all across the country…. Seen days when it was my home slept in it ate in it ….. Some great memories are with that car…. Hated to, but sold it for a more family car…… Lost my true love and the car of my dreams about the same time…. Lost both my best friends at the same time…-..
Innovative body style, Who would have known Chrysler would have the futuristic styles, Awesome cars. I had a 70 GTX, wish I still had it!!
The Charger’s roof line is much more purposeful looking & angular especially in the area of rear 3/4 windows.
marlin was an outgrowth of American Motors show car Tarpon & Marlin was based on Rambler American economy car Charger was based on Dodge Coronet & could be had with engines from 318- 426 Hemi!! ’66 Charger is a true American muscle car. Marlin a curiosity of a failing company.
it is a 66 charger yes it has the turn signals on the fenders I like the look better that’s why I put them oni also thought about the rally wheels but with a 2 inch drop these wheels just fit so much better besides its not stock at all.
69 is the best
Chargers didn’t come out until 1966…..
my first car was a 66 charger but I really like the 68’s.
1967 Dodge Charger, would really look great with factory sport wheels. Those centerlines cheapen the looks of a beautiful vintage Mopar.
I was working at a Dodge dealership during the 66 and 67 years
ahh i was thinking that year too but wasn’t sure. cause it seems like a lot of what they post is a 67 year
1967 because it has the turn signal monitors on the front fenders.
I like the electric headlight covers.
I dont thing it would be a 65 back then the body style was a little more boxy on the roof.. I thinking its more of a 68 to 71 model.
It’s a ’66. Maybe ’67. Only 2 years with this body ’68 was totally different.
Charger ’66 first year.
This fastback roof line resembles a Rambler Marlin’s roofline.
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