The “Charger” moniker has been rather sloppily applied by Dodge to various vehicles over the decades, since it was first appended to a rolling chassis in 1966.

Most people now associate it with a certain redneck sitcom.

In The Dukes of Hazzard, the General Lee was a souped-up ’69 model painted with the stars and bars.

The 1971 version we’re flaunting here is in fact the third generation of the Charger, and perhaps the one with the most balls-out charm.

You can tell she feels the same way, even if she’s facing in the other direction…