Personally, we find it easy to appreciate everything with an engine under the hood. With that said, there’s just something about old school American muscle shaking the ground that you just can’t replace.
This Dodge Charger that rolled off the assembly line in 1968 is basically the poster child for everything that is great about American muscle produced in the late 60s. This time, after winning a couple of Meguiars awards, the car rolled out of the show and celebrated appropriately with a nice smoky showing of burnout supremacy.
Check out the video below that shows off the burnout up close and personal. This 683 supercharged horsepower classic with 345s out back gets the job done quite appropriately.