Dodge had a very successful year in 1964. Performance V-8s ranged from 265 to 425 horsepower, and the option list in 1965 provided '426 Hemi V8s, floorshifts and consoles. Model output for that year was more than 475,000 cars. In 1969 big styling changes were reserved for the Polarna/Monaco full-sized models which had smooth, convex body sides and curved ventless side window glass. By 1970, Dodge continued to emphasize sportiness and performance by introducing its all-new Challenger.
This portfolio includes 32 articles covering the Polarna, Dart, 880, Coronet, Monaco, Charger, Super Bee, Daytona, Challenger, & Demon. Includes road & comparison tests, model introductions, specification data, and racing. 136 pgs (including 15 color pgs), plus many b/w photos & illus