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Old 12-04-2018, 10:15 AM
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Hello, I am new to the MOPAR world. Just picked up a new Challenger and love it! Always wanted a 68 - 70 Charger and hope to add that to my stable one day.

For knowledge sake, what are the Plymouth equivalents (sister cars) to the line of Dodge muscle cars in the late 60's to early 70's. I know some, but not all. Also I was unaware of some of the different trim lines within models, such as Plymouth GTX is also a Plymouth Road Runner (and Superbird). So lets get a comprehensive list going!

Dodge Challenger - Plymouth Cuda
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Old 12-10-2018, 05:35 PM
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They don't match up year to year. And from a "Purist" point of view the Muscle car era was from 64-71. But here is my take.

Dodge. Plymouth

330/440. Belvedere
Monaco. Fury
Charger. Roadrunner
Superbee. GTX
Daytona. Superbird
Challenger. Cuda
Demon. Duster
Dart. Valiant
Polara. Savoy
Coronet. Satellite
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The Barracuda, which started the muscle car era (even ahead of the Mustang), had no real Dodge equivalent...

It was based on the A-body and while you could get a Dart with two doors, nothing like the fastback rear on the original Barracudas existed in the Dodge lineup.

Would you not also say that the Dodge Polara was the Plymouth Fury II, III?
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