As most of you probably know well, the 1966 Dodge Charger is the first generation of the famous muscle car that we all love so much, so it really would not be a far if we do not spend some time with it, right? This model was known as the leader of the Dodge rebellion because about six months after the model officially got out at the very beginning of the 1966, the new street engine, 426 Hemi by Chrysler was introduced, and it became a perfect match with the Dodge’s new high-performance vehicle.
In the video below, we have one perfect example from this period, the beginning of the Dodge muscle car production, a two-door 1966 Dodge Charger with a hardtop, powered by the 426 cubic inch 4 Barrel Hemi V8 engine, with an automatic (727 Torque Flite) TCI Street Fighter Transmission, going out to stretch its legs a little bit, and of course, leave its signature on the asphalt.
It is one of those videos that are a real treat for every Mopar fan out there, so if you find yourself in that company, then you are really going to enjoy the following nine and half minutes. Check it out!