This is just a question of preference, over the decades cars of numerous makes and models have been manufactured, roamed and ruled the roads only to vanish from production lines as changes in demand resulted the cancellation of their production. Awesome cars that were once common, that now seem to be lost relics of an era that has ended, and was characterized by a variety of iconic muscle cars, and numerous other vehicles that are no longer in production. If you could pick a certain vehicle to have back in production, in our modern automobile industry, which would it be and why? What did this particular vehicle mean to you that made it special, what did this vehicle represent?
1962 Chevy 409, 4 on the floor sycromesh,
dual posi-traction rear end, dual points,
dual Carter 4 barrels. Only it was bait and switch. The fast one as 60 in first, 90 in second, 130 in third and four gears, was specially souped at the factory, one per county in the US, always sold to a high school kid. Any other version was a dog. By accident I had the souped version.
by Christa Swope 4 years ago
Why are they called "muscle" cars?
by wetard 9 years ago
Muscle Cars - AMCI am very interested in Muscle Cars, what about everybody else. I really like old "AMC's and Ramblers".Anybody have any information or pic's.
by jkchandra 6 years ago
My favorite is Chevy Camaro from '87.
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