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This iconic muscle car brand was founded as The Dodge Brothers Company at the turn of the twentieth century as a parts supplier, then began selling vehicles under its own name beginning in 1914. In 1920, founding brothers John Francis Dodge and Horace Elgin Dodge died and by 1928 the company was acquired by Chrysler. Post-World War II, Dodge became well known for trucks such as the Ram series of pickups, and for sportier, more powerful vehicles including the Dart and Challenger models, and of course the famous Charger and Super Bee muscle cars. Dodge’s tradition of performance continues to this day under new management under Fiat with the Viper and the retro-styled Charger and Challenger.