Facts about America’s Muscle Cars of all time

Pretty sure that you love to drive your muscle cars at a top speed. Do you know that in America, car enthusiasts love driving automobiles with a very high performance and that is what they call a muscle car? In my own opinion, these people like to drive fast and surely likes joining car racing competitions. I said so because most muscle cars are sports cars designed for drag racing.

The reason why muscle cars are known to have high performance is due to the fact that these particular cars comes with a very powerful engine. Aside from using it for drag racing events occasionally, you may also have it for street use as long as traffic jam does not exist in your town.

Anyway, you may be amazed about how cool muscle cars are. We don’t want to keep you waiting. We have here a list of the muscle cars that you can find in America.

The Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 of 1968

This is a really cool and amazing muscle car of the sixties. Before the release of the 1968 GT, the Ford Mustang Shelby was light with simple style and really works well for race tracks. But, later on these machines are optionally customized. Of course, you will do that if you are determined on winning a drag racing competition. So, there goes the Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 comes with a 355-hp with a 428-cubic inch power.

The Chevy Corvette of 1984

The third generation of sports cars in America runs from 1968 to 1982. The next generations started with the release of the Chevy Corvette in 1984. They said that all prototypes of the Corvette were already destroyed, except for one model, which is in Bowling Green, Ky at the National Corvette Museum. So, they believe that this Corvette model of 1984 was an all-new automobile.

The Dodge Charger Daytona of 1969

Do you know that the Daytona is not really designed for street racing? Instead, it was designed for winning a Nascar racing event at superspeedways. That is actually the longest and so with the fast racing tracks. This muscle car has a sibling that was released in 1970 and it was called the Plymouth Superbird.

Several aerodynamic modifications were made to the big Dodge, including the two feet rear wings, a longer sloped nose cone and a flush rear window. This is actually the very first car breaking a 200-mph in the history of Nascar.

The Oldsmobile 442 of 1970

This muscle car comes with a carburetor with 4 barrels, 4-speed manual and two exhausts. This muscle car was designed, basing on the Cutlass, making it a hot muscle car under the Oldsmobile division. This automobile actually shared its platform with the Pontiac GTO and the Chevy Chevelle SS.

Do you know that James Garner used this car during the NORRA Mexico 100? With such celebrity and a famous individual, pretty sure that many car enthusiasts during the 70s would love to have this Olds 442 as a collection and as a street car.

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