The second generation, 1968 -70 of the Dodge Charger is the most famous one. Based on the Chrysler B platform, it was styled to be distinctively different than the mid-size Coronet. Fully restored examples command the highest prices on the auction car market. Top of the line was the R/T model, with distinctive striping and the “High Impact” colors. The distinctive ‘68-‘70 Charger was a combination of Richard Sias’ “coke bottle” side profile and Harvey J. Winn’s treatment on the ends. Then, from a San Francisco chase scene to a “good old boy” TV show, the Charger became instantly famous. Now almost 50 years later and spanning 7 generations, the Dodge Charger has really made its mark. Level 5, Age 14+ 117 pieces, paint, glue and tools required 1: 25 Scale Kit includes detailed Hemi V-8 Engine, separate reverse side scoops and printed red line tires.