Undeniably, Dodge cars have a sleek exterior frame that looks as though it was built for a racetrack, and not a morning commute. The safety features are top-of-the-line, the technology is constantly being updated, and Dodge’s main focus is all about the customer.
We can see why our customers love our Dodge cars, but did you know celebrities do, too? Aside from just being popular in film, Dodge cars have been bought by actors following their movies!
In the 1974 crime drama Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry, a car-racing duo robs a grocery store with the intent to use the proceeds to buy a real racecar. In a variety of chase scenes, the duo evades several police cruisers, a helicopter, and a 1969 Dodge Charger R/T.
A similar 1968 Dodge Charger was used in Steve McQueen’s last film, Bullit. The Charger, after being owned by McQueen, was put up for auction earlier this year. Ironically, the Charger in the film isn’t McQueen’s—
The 1971 film Vanishing Point starred a1970 Dodge Challenger in several scenes being chased by—who else?—cops. This action-packed car drama was certainly a hit when it debuted, pushing car-lovers every where to buy a Challenger for themselves.
Finally, the most famous of them all: the 1969 Dodge Charger you probably know as “General Lee.” The orange, Confederate-
What inspired your love of Dodge cars? Was it watching one of these iconic movies as a kid, or riding in one yourself?
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