This R/C Dodge Charger Has A REAL Miniature V8 Engine!
How cool is this? This is sure to make any Dodge Charger and muscle car fan proud! It’s amazing that real miniature versions of actual engines are being produced for R/C use, especially such a classic like this.
The Dodge Charger is one of the most famous and legendary muscle cars of all time, especially during the 1968-1974 years which is what people recognize the most.
The second generation Dodge Charger was produced from 1968-1970. The 1968 model year Charger saw increased sales from the previous Charger generation. It came with a standard 318 cu in (5.2 L) V8 engine, until it was eventually replaced with a smaller 225 cu in (3.7 L) slant-six engine.
The third generation Dodge Charger was produced from 1971-1974. 1971 is also when Dodge decided to merge its Coronet and Charger lines. Now, all four-door B-bodies were badged as Coronets and all of the two-door B-bodies badges as Chargers. Due to increasing insurance rates and high gasoline prices, the sale of muscle cars began to decline. 1971 was the last year for the 426 Hemi “Elephant engine” and the 440 six-pack engine.
People still love the Dodge Charger today, the old and new ones. Who wouldn’t?
What do you think about this awesome R/C Charger? Would you buy one?