Old school muscle cars
Here is your delicious A-list of all time best old school muscle cars. A few great muscle cars back in old times is the 1977 Chevrolet Camaro, Ford Mustang, Pontiac Firebird, 1969 American muscle cars, Dodge Challenger, Dodge Ram, and many mores. Although the golden time for muscle cars are short from late 60s to early 70s, there are many great nice cars were built during that time.
First Camaro was debuted in 1966 for 1967 model year and the car becomes a big competitor to the Ford Mustang. One of the most wanted Camaro is the 1969 Camaro Z28 and 1977 Camaro that was used in the movie Transformer. Until today the Camaro has a total number of five generations and the fifth generations went on sale in 2009. Both 1977 and 2009 Camaro appeared in the movie Transformer.
Muscle cars lover will not miss out Ford Mustang as one of their choice especially the Cobras GT350 and GT500. All 65 to 66 models featured with K-Code engine that produces 271 hp. The production of these muscle cars went on from 1965 to 1970 therefore it is one of the most hunted muscle cars.
Chevrolet Chevelle SS
Another popular old school car is the 1960s and 1970s Chevrolet Chevelle SS. Remember the movie the fast and the furious movie car? There is a red Chevrolet Chevelle SS driven by Dominic and apparently the car appear once again in fast and furious 4 for few second.
1970 Dodge Charger R/T
Here comes one of the best muscle car ever build, the Dodge Charger. The 1970 Charger entered the last year of its classic muscle car period with an extraordinary array of tricks. During 1970s, this is one of the best 1970 Dodge muscle cars. A standard engine on the R/T produces 375 hp but it is optional to shell out another $648 for 425 hp 426 Hemi.
1970 Dodge Coronet
Cool outlook, great design, and muscle power engine that make it a successful muscle car. One famous Coronet ever built is the 2-door limited edition model known as Dodge Super Bee produced based on the Coronet.
It is no doubt the muscle cars era has been a success back in old times until today. There are still many car enthusiasts try to buy back and restore old school muscle cars.
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