Mopar or no car. Leno's car is a classic with a neat story and history, but is only one of hundreds. Their competitors had some good vehicles, but Chrysler's feats are at the top.
Chrysler had its Hemi V8 before Chevy even had a V8. Some claim the GTO was the first musclecar, but that position was held by the 1954/55 Chrysler 300, so named because it was the first car to produce an honest 300 horsepower. The Corvette and Thunderbird of the day were sports cars. During the succeeding years, the Hemi dominated street, strip, and Nascar. In the competitive musclecar era, the Chrysler engineers rolled out innovations such as the street Hemi, torsion bar suspension, and the 30 inch ram manifold on the wedge.