Dodge is one of the gods in the firmament of muscle car history. Not only did Dodge produce some of the most iconic muscle cars of the 1970s, it produced cars with such dramatic style that they continue to influence how cars are built and styled to this day. Back in the 1970s, Chrysler didn't need its SRT division, because it had Dodge. The 1970s saw a proliferation of muscle cars. Just about every American car brand had a muscle car. Ford had the Mustang. Chevy had the Camaro. Some brands that disappeared, like AMC and Plymouth, produced muscle cars so iconic that, aside from the serious enthusiast, no one remembers their regular cars, and who would be an AMC enthusiast anyway? Dodge didn't have that problem because if you squint a little, the Dodge of the 1970s only made muscle cars.
Today's Dodge is evidence of the brand's past glories. Dodge's 21st century cars are to the Dodges of the 1970s what a Led Zeppelin tribute band is to the real thing. Sure, new Dodges can be obtained with 700 horsepower, airbags and air conditioning that works, but part of the joy of the old muscle cars was the vague sense that they wanted to kill you, the care that went into the painted-on racing stripes, and the carelessness that went into the design of their seat belts. Today, Dodge skates by on its laurels. So kick back in your leather bucket seat, because now's your chance to prove that when it comes to 1970s Dodge muscle, you put Smokey and The Dukes to shame. Take the quiz and see how you do!