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The argument could be made that Chrysler’s most drastic stylistic heel turn from one model year to the next came in 1968. Budget-friendly bruisers like the Road Runner and Super Bee were coming online as the 1967 Charger’s sloping hunchback was hurdled in favor of the now-famous coke bottle shape. While sheet metal changes outside were certainly something to behold, interior updates were almost as big and bold. Few things changed more than the Charger’s instrument panel and it was a major step in the right direction.

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