Dodge Muscle & Pony cars are a family of American automobile models developed mainly by Dodge in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. These powerful cars, with their high-performance engines and stylish designs, were some of the first American-made muscle cars. These iconic cars are known for their big V8 engines, sporty design, amenities, and strong performance on the streets or the track. They were often equipped with features like big chrome bumpers, two doors, wide wheels and tires, a sleeker body style than regular cars, and usually either automatic or manual transmissions. The lineup of Dodge Muscle & Pony cars includes some of the most iconic cars of all time, such as the Dodge Charger, the Dodge Challenger, the Plymouth Barracuda, the Dodge Dart, and the AMC Javelin. These cars are sought after by both car collectors and enthusiasts alike, and continue to remain popular due to their unique design, heritage, and power.