10. Dodge Charger
The first Dodge Charger went on sale in 1966, but it is the second generation that is admirable. Produced from 1968 to 1970, the second-generation Charger is one of the most iconic muscle cars in the history of American automotive industry. The V8 engines helped the Dodge Charger to compete against the likes of Ford and GM on the street, but the car would gain glory on the NASCAR circuit after the engineers discovered that it was all about aerodynamics. This model was both stylish and powerful, and today its modern iteration can be found in the form of a four-door sedan.