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Auto Enthusiast Influences Along an American Muscle Car Landscape

The sort of vehicles that someone gets exposed to in one's upbringing can lead to the kind of cars and trucks that the driving age person wishes to own. If the vehicle is old enough (and the car's would-be caretaker has sufficient spending cash), it could be the sort of car/truck that an auto enthusiast wishes to purchase as a project vehicle to maintain (if it's running), renovate, or resto mod. The various forms of media - a la radio, TV, the movies, the internet, video games, etc., all can contribute in a big way to this sort of automotive exposure and influence.

1968 Charger: Faster than a Speeding Bullitt?

One Last Stop in Surf City for Menacing 1968 Dodge Charger

A Mopar enthusiast from Austria is the proud new owner of this black beauty. However, before this 1968 Charger set off for its new European home, it found its way to the Classic Industries showroom in Huntington Beach, California.

The sharp bodywork and red line tires of this 1968 Dodge Charger create an imposing presence. It's easy to see why the Charger was chosen for McQueen's enemies.

The new owner was on a tight schedule, but fortunately for all of us, he did have enough time for the Classic Industries photography team to get a few shots of this immaculate Mopar icon.