The late-60s “Fuselage” Dodge Charger represents a high-point in American Muscle Car style. Opinions to the contrary will be disregarded. That said, how do you take something awesome and make it more so? Go topless, of course!
The 1968 Topless Charger’s name earns it both the Most Literal and Most Likely to Horrify a Conservative Executive Titles. Alas, given the pictures we see here, there’s little to suggest they capitalized on the obvious marketing potential of a Statutory Grape Topless Charger. Dense prose aside, the Topless Charger shed its roof, shrank its windshield and covered the back seats with a nacelle-ed hardtop thing to be sheer awesome.
But wait, there’s more! What do you do with the Topless Charger once the novelty’s worn off (feh! as if that’s possible)? You make it Super! The 1970 Super Charger took everything you loved about the Topless Charger (heh) and added an electrically adjustable rear wing and the nosecone from the Charger Daytona. The result was long, wide, pointy and planar all at the same time.
Source: Carstyling.ru; Hat Tip to BJ from the Netherlands