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60’s, 70’s–What’s You’re Choice For Top Muscle Car….

60’s and 70’s, The Good Ole Days–What would be your choice for the top Muscle Car of that period? Being in my teens, I could only dream of one of the these cars….According to the videos, I would say any one of the cars could be selected in the top tier of cars for that period. Make your selection!

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The 1964 Pontiac GTO was considered the pioneer in muscle cars in the 60s and 70s and was able to go from 0-60 in 6.6 seconds. The GTO also had a trap speed of 99 Miles Per Hour. “GTO” stood for Gran Turismo Omologato; this sleek sports car was the dream of many during the mid-60s.

How about the GTO?

The 1967 Shelby was considered the ultimate in muscle car perfection and was built with race car looks but modified for use on the street. This bad boy has a 427 cubic inch V8 engine and has a top horsepower of 800.

Maybe the Shelby?

The Plymouth Road Runner Hemi was another car issued during the late 60s that had the speed that enthusiasts crave. With 425 horsepower and an incredible power train design, the Plymouth Road Runner is a muscle car that was built solely for performance. This car can go fast despite its rather pedestrian looks.

Remember the Road Runner?

With 500 horsepower, there were only sixty-nine total 1969 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 made. Though few in number, these babies have got some power, topping out at a 5.3 mark in the 0-60 range.

Can't Forget the Camaro...

This addition ushered in a new wave of interest in Mustangs. Although marketed at 335 horsepower, many speed enthusiasts felt that this Mustang could achieve closer to 410 horsepower.

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This beauty boasts a 454 cubic inch engine with a mind boggling 500 units of horsepower. The 1970 Chevelle can go from 0-62 in six seconds flat.

Chevelle!

With only eleven units produced, this 425 horsepower Plymouth quickly became a highly sought after collector’s item. One unit recently sold at auction for a cool $4 million.

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This muscle car was pioneered by Argentinian race car driver Alejandro De Tomaso, who sought to combine American muscle with Italian charm all in one-sports car. This car quickly became a favorite among celebrities, including Elvis Presley.

Elvis Had This One....

The 1965 Shelby GT350 is an example that had upgraded engine parts which combined for explosive power. This is another rare piece; only 500 of these were made.

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This car came equipped with a 289 cubic inch high performance engine. With this option however, Ford knocked nine months off of the warranty; they must have known that customers were going to drive this car pretty hard.

Last but not least:

The 1968 Dodge Charger R/T is truly a man’s car. Featured in such movies as Vin Diesel’s “Fast and Furious” series, the Dodge Charger has stood the test of time in popularity. Everyone during the late 60’s wanted a piece of the action that this muscle car would bring.

Special Thanks to: http://www.odometer.com/rides/5902/top-11-muscle-cars-of-the-60s-and-70s#slide/0

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