In its second generation (1968-70) the Dodge Charger transitioned from fastback luxury car to brute-force muscle car. Wearing new Coke bottle-inspired body lines, the Charger continued to step away from its Mopar B-Body cousin, the Dodge Coronet. Under the hood, Charger buyers had a range of options that included the venerable Slant 6 and legendary 426 Hemi, plus 318, 383, and 440 Magnum V8s—with some later 440s being equipped with the “six pack” carburetor setup. The Dodge Charger carried several trim levels too, like the Scat Pack and R/T. When Dodge took the Charger to the NASCAR track, the result was the Charger 500 and the radically-restyled Charger Daytona. Alas, the Charger’s second generation lasted a mere three years, making good examples few and far between—so if you’ve got one in your garage, here are some aftermarket parts to keep it looking right and running well.