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Transcript of MUSCLE CARS
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congress read MUSCLE CARS Classic Muscle Cars
Gran Sport Grand National
Camaro Chevelle CorvetteEl Camino Impala Nova
Challenger Charger Coronet Dart Super Bee Viper
Fairlane Galaxie Mustang Thunderbird
Barracuda GTX Road Runner
Firebird Trans-Am GTO 2-door rear wheel drive mid-size cars, and sometimes full-size cars equipped with large, powerful, V8s, and sold at an affordable price for street use and both formal and informal drag racing.[ Around 1961 78 million kids reached driving age A vintage '65 - '72 Muscle car can now cost as much as $100,000 and possibly more depending on availability, demand, and condition of the vehicle. #1 1966 427 Cobra 427 cubic V8 425 HP FASTEST MUSCLE CARS The project was technically a violation of General Motors policy limiting its smaller cars to 330 cu. in. (5.4L) displacement, but it proved far more popular than expected, and inspired a host of imitations, both at GM and its competitors - well-known 1960s muscle cars brands like Barracuda, Superbird, Cyclone, Camaro, Firebird, Super Sport, Road Runner, Mustang,Toronado 1969. This year of Charger was used in the show "The Dukes of Hazzard".
The only other country that made muscle cars is Australia and the brands of those were all Australian version American brands. Today, classic muscle cars are valuable collectors items with prices rivaling those of glamorous European sports cars.
The muscle car era: 1960-63, when their popularity began to grow; 1964-67, the time of the intermediate-size super-car craze; 1965-74, when the pony-car wars raged; and 1968-74, when the autos underwent major redesign. The Clean Air Act of 1970 called for pollution control devices that hampered performance. By the time congress passed the Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) rule in 1978 the Muscle Car seemed doomed forever. Muscle cars have been in movies like The Fast and The Furious, Gone in Sixty Seconds and The last Ride, there has been some reference to the good old muscle cars which were immortalized in movies like Bullit, Vanishing Point and of course The Dukes of Hazzard series. In 1982 muscle cars began again then stopped in 2002 then once again they began and are still going today. The Ford 427
390 HP Musclecarfacts.net Hubcapcafe.com/musclecars.index.htmhttp://www.funtrivia.com/en/World/Muscle-Cars-14010.html
By: Zack Krouse When saying certain things like 454 or 427 they stand for the cubic inch of the engine.