Mopar: Dodge Cars Too Unique To Pass Up
So you don’t want a cookie-cutter Dodge Charger with a GT or R/T badge. No problem. If you want a somewhat obscure, undoubtedly collectible modern Mopar, you’ve still got options. Check out one of these Dodge muscle cars that are too unique to pass up, like the Super Bee and 50th Anniversary Challenger.
- Dodge Charger Super Bee
- Dodge Challenger Furious Fuchsia
- Dodge Challenger 50th Anniversary Edition
Is a Dodge Super Bee rare?
The most recent Dodge Charger Super Bee is not only rare, but it also capitalizes on the noteworthy foundations of the golden-age car. The 2007 Dodge Charger Super Bee brought the moniker and angry bee badge back from hiatus on the LX platform. Also, with colors like Detonator Yellow and B5 Blue Pearl Coat, the cars could be quite collectible.
However, unlike the Super Bees of old, the reimagined Super Bees featured four-door sedan practicality with 425 horsepower. Dodge didn’t stop there, though. The four-door Mopar ran from 2007 to 2009 in a limited release and then returned for the 2012 through 2014 model years. Better yet, Kelley Blue Book (KBB) says you can snag a 2012 Super Bee for around $18,500.
Is the Furious Fuchsia a unique Mopar?
Dodge unveiled the 2010 Challenger Furious Fuschia as a celebration of the 40th anniversary of the original Challenger. Also, with its vibrant fuchsia paint scheme and stripes, it’s a veritable birthday cake for the storied Mopar. Still, the Furious Fuchsia isn’t just for show; they pack the same beloved R/T and SRT8 performance fans love.
The interior is just as old-school cool as the car it’s celebrating. Two-tone white and black seats add contrast to the interior, with special edition fuchsia stitching to cap them off. However, before you jump on a sales website to find one, know that it might be tricky to find one of the 400 Dodge made. Still, if you manage to snag one, you’ll have an exceptional muscle car.
What is special about the 50th Anniversary Challenger?
Like the Furious Fuchsia’s celebration of the Challenger’s 40th anniversary, the 2020 50th Anniversary Challenger celebrates the original Mopar muscle car. It’s a fitting tribute, too; nostalgia finds a home in every corner, even the painted shaker assembly. According to Car and Driver, Dodge made just 70 cars in each of the color combinations, including the eye-popping Gold Rush. If you can find one of the limited production cars, you might want to snag it.
Should you buy one of these unique Mopars?
Much like Mopar fans who were able to get one of the 3,300 Dodge Challenger SRT Demons, these muscle cars are collectible. By sheer numbers alone, the 400 Dodge Challenger Furious Fuchsia editions will likely appreciate as time passes. Also, even though Dodge produced multiple model years of Super Bee, those Chargers will probably be collectible, too. Regardless of whether you want to garage them or drive them, you should be on the lookout for these beloved beasts.
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