Used Dodge Charger For Sale

1970 Dodge Charger 500

Current Ask
VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$44,999
SOLD

It's the car 'Your mother warned you about,' featured in multiple movies from the Fast and Furious films, Bullitt, and Dukes of Hazzard, the ultimate muscle car in history. Unveiled in arguably the pinnacle of American muscle, the Dodge Charger set the standard of what makes a muscle car. This marvelous piece of American engineering defined its era, featuring a powerful vehicle design, a massive V8, and plenty of character. Now the offer is open to claim an iconic piece of American automotive history for themselves with this 1970 Dodge Charger 500, ready to be welcomed to the garage, driven, enjoyed, and preserved for another generation.

2018 Dodge Charger SRT HELLCAT RW1000HP

Current Ask
VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$114,999
SOLD

One thing America is famous for is their roaring array of muscle cars they have to offer to the world. For a good many years, Dodge has been a serious contender in this lineup. The creation of track consuming vehicles with a twist of amusement in them is the delight of the Dodge company. Well, we don't blame them—we like them too. What Dodge represents with their Hellcat and the Challenger Demon is the modern age of muscle cars. You'll experience firsthand what it's like to be the owner of a racetrack torpedo on steroids when you drive this ferocious 2018 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat. Located in Iowa, it’s only got 2,048 miles on it, and rocks a staggering 1000HP+ to the wheels under its performance division.

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2006 Dodge Charger Daytona R/T

Current Ask
VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$74,999
OFF MARKET

As a nameplate historically associated with two-door muscle cars, it did raise a few eyebrows when Dodge launched the fifth generation Charger after a two-decade absence, as a four-door sedan in the full-size class. However, it still embodied muscle and was marketed as such. Of course, there were some special editions, and the Daytona R/T was one of those. This 2006 Dodge Charger Daytona R/T is a veritable unicorn, as it has just 211 miles on the odometer since it was new. The current owner reports that the car's been garage kept since purchase. It's also numbered #48 out of 4,000 produced. Need we say more to entice you towards it? If so, read on.

2006 Dodge Charger Daytona R/T

Current Ask
VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$15,999
OFF MARKET

The Charger from Dodge has always been an interesting model since its introduction in 1996. Across its seven generations of production, which incidentally is still being produced to date, the Dodge Charger has been a subcompact hatchback, full-size sedan, personal luxury coupe, and of course a one-hella muscle car. Its current iteration is a four-door sedan with the spirit of a muscle car. The sixth generation Dodge Charger was produced from 2006 to 2010 after the model's 20-year hiatus. Up for grabs is #604 of 4000 Top Banana 2006 Dodge Charger Daytona R/T's made, with just 43,000 miles on the odometer.

1971 Dodge Charger RT

Current Ask
VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$54,999
OFF MARKET

The 70s was a time for downsizing and change, but the Dodge Charger stuck to its guns for the third generation. The 1971 model year saw the last time the legendary R/T name would be seen for quite a while and also marked the final years of high-performance machines by Dodge for quite a while. With only a handful of examples being made thanks to the oil crisis and rising insurance costs, the car we have today is a diamond in the rough. Present with all its glory is this legendary 1971 Dodge Charger R/T. With just 200 miles reported since its 5-year restoration journey, this classic performance machine is reported to be a U-code car that also sports a Track Pack making it an actual unicorn.

2016 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat

Current Ask
VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$52,999
OFF MARKET

Making muscle cars is in Dodge’s DNA, and has been for over sixty years. The Charger nameplate in particular is one that can be traced back to 1966, as a two-door muscle car with potency. After five generations, the Charger would see a hiatus from 1987 until 2006, when the sixth generation would gain two more doors and remain such. What we’ve got here is a seventh generation 2016 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat that could well become a future classic, as Dodge plans to retire the nameplate by the end of next year. Having done 26,180 miles to get to you, it’s now vying for your attention.

2022 Dodge Charger Scat Pack Widebody

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VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$67,499
OFF MARKET

Dodge has a whole lineup of historic nameplates, and the Charger is one that was first seen in 1966. As you can imagine, the first generation was a muscle car with a sleek fastback design. We are now on the seventh generation that debuted in 2011, and is still going strong as a full-size sedan. This generation is popularly seen on the silver screen as a police car since Dodge does produce a police variant of this car for several PDs across the country. What we’ve got here is not a police variant, but another special variant called the Scat Pack. This 2022 Dodge Charger Scat Pack Widebody is a brand-new vehicle in essence, carrying just 2,000 miles from the factory. It’s a potent package that can convey the family around in its Jekyll persona, while allowing you to unleash your inner demon when you access its Hyde side. Purchase it now, you won’t regret it.

2017 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat 1000HP

Current Ask
VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$75,999
OFF MARKET

There are automotive predators on the roads, just like there are feline ones in the wild. One such automotive predator is a car that needs no introductions, for it is built by a company that is a household name in the US of A. The Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat is a ferocious car that you don’t want to try and outrun unless you are in some serious exotica that packs ample power and torque. Introduced in 2014, it has grown into such demand that Hellcat is a moniker that gets gearheads’ hearts racing at the mere mention of it. Our subject vehicle is a garaged 2017 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat from Florida, on sale by the original owner with just 23,800 miles on the clock. This is no ordinary Hellcat as it has been serviced, tuned, and upgraded by Gearhead Fabrications, with paperwork and receipts available for inspection.

1973 Dodge Charger SE 440

Current Ask
VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$31,499
OFF MARKET

Dodge introduced a mid-sized B-bodied sports car as automakers were coming forward with new ideas for the personal, luxury, and specialty car segments. It debuted in 1966 as the Cornet-Based Charger under the stewardship of 'Burt Bouwkamp,' the Chief Engineer for Dodge during the '60s. It was the response to the Ford Mustang, Rambler Marlin, and Plymouth Barracuda. In our inventory is this well-preserved example of 1973 Dodge Charger SE, a proud member of the third generation Dodge Charger. Located in Arizona, it only has 2500 miles on its clock thanks to being fully refreshed in 2015. As a bonus, this Charger SE carries the 440cid engine, the most powerful V8 engine in the third-gen Dodge Charger line.

2016 Dodge Charger R/T Scat Pack

Current Ask
VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$33,999
OFF MARKET

The Scat Pack Charger, although sitting below the Hellcat, features a decent amount of mad-cap performance, coupled with the deliciously aggressive looks of its bigger brother. The 21W package means this Scat Pack features a 6.4-liter V8 SRT HEMI engine from the factory, with our feature car utilizing the 8-speed automatic transmission. The featured 2016 Dodge Charger R/T Scat Pack for sale has been treated to a unique stand-out look that's sure to set it apart from anything else on the road. Located in Florida, with 62,000 miles on the clock and a host of custom parts, it's the perfect muscle car for those wishing to make a one-off statement.

1970 Dodge Charger 500

Current Ask
VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$39,999
OFF MARKET

For sale is the rare and highly-sought-after Dodge Charger 500. With only 392 of these cars built to qualify it for NASCAR participation, the Charger 500 is undoubtedly a Mopar collector’s dream purchase. Designed to compete in the 1969 NASCAR Championship, the Charger 500 won 18 victories around the banked ovals. The Charger 500 then went on to serve as the basis for the now-legendary Charger Daytona. With opportunities to own such a rare example of the Dodge Charger few and far between, this numbers-matching 1970 Dodge Charger 500 could be the perfect opportunity to secure a unique piece of American muscle car history.

2014 Dodge Charger SRT

Current Ask
VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$38,499
OFF MARKET

This 2014 Dodge Charger SRT is up for sale and was built by American Muscle Performance, Hades Performance and Hydra Motor Works. This Hemi is heavily customized and ready for a buyer with the right style. The modern traction control and anti-lock brakes bring a dose of safety to the muscle car lineage. LightingTrendz Custom RGB pre-built headlights and fog lights have over 200 pre-programmed modes. Improved visibility and drivability are just a few of the updates made on this homage to a bygone era. Includes matching numbers and a clean Carfax report.

1968 Dodge Charger R/T

Current Ask
VERIFIED PRIVATE SELLER
PENDING SALE
$99,999
OFF MARKET

Recently upgraded by The Creative Workshop in Dania Beach, Florida, this 1968 Dodge Charger R/T clone packs a modern driveline and luxury interior appointments. According to the VIN breakdown below, the original powerplant was a 6.3-liter 383 V8 which has since been replaced by a fuel injected 392 crate motor. Every mechanical aspect of the car was addressed during that time, but some rust issues are cropping up from a previous paintjob as shown in the photo gallery. A driver-quality car overall, this 1968 Dodge Charger R/T clone is being offered on consignment with a clean title and a clean Carfax.