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The Dodge Charger hit the streets in 1966 as a two-door fastback and has had intermittent production runs that saw the car produced on three different platform sizes. Chargers from model years 1966 through 1978 were built on a mid-size B-body platform, 1983 through 1987 saw a subcompact on the L-body platform, and from 2006 onward the Charger is a full-size sedan on Chrysler’s LX platform. Popular variations of the Charger include the Daytona, Super Bee, R/T, and it bore a Shelby nameplate at one point.