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The Best Muscle Cars

Updated on February 1, 2015

Power and Speed

Over my lifetime I have owned some nice muscle cars.

I am putting a list together here of some of my favorites. I only wish that I had owned some of the cars pictured here.

The cars of the muscle era would blow the doors off what is built today with all the hybrids and all.

Scroll down and take a look at some of my favorite muscle cars.

1969 Dodge Super Bee
1969 Dodge Super Bee | Source

Dodge SuperBee

The best of the best; a 1971 Dodge Charger SuperBee with a 426 hemi. Oh, what I would give to have one??? There were only 22 made.

You can go to the site below to see the production figures for the SuperBee.

1969 AMX

One of my favorites!!  We had one we put a 401 in. It screamed.

The link below will give you a bunch of stats on the AMX made by American Motor Company. 

1969 GTO Judge

Wow, Pontiac sure tipped the scales with this car. It was one mean machine.

I would like to see the weenie cars of these days try to feep up with "DA JUDGE"!

The link below will give you more info on the GTO Judge. 

1967 Chevy Camaro

Last but certainly not least is the 1967 Camaro. Came stock with that mean 396.

This is one car that would blow the doors off the Ford Focus of today!

Check the link below for more info on the Chevrolet Camaro's. 

My Favorites

Yep, these are my favorites.

Tell us what you think in the poll below and thanks for reading. 

What are your favorites?

See results

© 2008 Greg Boudonck


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    • bizwin profile image

      Christabel Evans 

      7 years ago from England, UK

      Great list of muscle cars. Voted across and sharing!

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      Richard Ricky Hale 

      7 years ago from West Virginia

      up, useful, and awesome. These are some great cars Froggy. Well done.

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      8 years ago

      I think by far the best musclecar back in the day was the Pontiac 421 Super Duty 4 gear factory drag cars. Bad ass torque monsters!!!

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      8 years ago

      ford thunderbolt , boss 429 mustang , boss 429 cougar elimanator or the motor that made mopars hemi look like a briggs n stratton lawn mower engine the ford 427 sohc those are what i consider true muscle cars

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      Bentley Fan 

      10 years ago

      Muscle cars FTW

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      10 years ago

      nothign beats the 1971 roadrunner!

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      10 years ago from NC

      The judge and super bee are two of my favorites too =) Can't go wrong with a 1st gen camaro either!

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      10 years ago

      out of all the muscle car my 2 favorite are the 67 gto and the 76 trans am 50th

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      Greg Boudonck 

      11 years ago from Returned to an Isla Del Sol - Puerto Rico Will Rise Strong

      Thanks Ryan and all other's. Yea, there are many more muscle cars, but these ones are my favs.

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      Ryan Hupfer 

      11 years ago from San Francisco, CA

      I love muscle cars...looks like they're going to be getting more and more rare in the future, which really sucks. Thanks for answering my Request and keep up the great Hubbing!

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      11 years ago from North Carolina

      The 69 Z28 was my fav!

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      11 years ago from The South, United States

      I'd like to have a 'Cuda! They rocked! Or maybe a Stang with a 429. Something that purrrsss, maybe an original Shelby.

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      11 years ago

      Any chevy with a big engine is good. I have a buddy who has a 68 chevelle with a 383 stroker engine in it. It was built for the drag strip. A very nice and powerful car. ;)

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      Rob Jundt 

      11 years ago from Midwest USA

      Froggy, you left out the 1971 Chevy Chevelle with the 454 big block.

      Passed everything except the gas station.


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