They’re known as Mopar’s winged warriors, and the story goes they were considered so ugly when new that many of them sat on dealer lots for months. Now, they’re iconic classics that fetch big money at auctions. I’m talking about the 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona and the 1970 Plymouth Superbird, a pair of homologation specials designed with NASCAR racing in mind.
Produced by two different divisions within the Chrysler Corporation, these winged muscle cars were very similar on the outside and under the hood, but not exactly identical. Here’s how you can tell them apart beyond their badges and decals… read more >