Dodge's top two-door muscle vehicle is well-known for its prowess on the drag strip and in tight turns. 

Beyond the latest high-horsepower tyre annihilators, the Dodge Challenger has a rich history.

Here is some background information about one of the spookiest muscle vehicles in history.

Dodge debuted the legendary Challenger in 1969, but didn't make it available to the general public until the 1970 model year.

The vehicle, which used Chrysler's E-body architecture, became an instant classic. 

In particular, the vehicle had a traditionally broad stance, a two-door muscle coupe with a short back deck and long front end.