There’s nothing like driving a muscle car. As the rumble from a potent engine travels through the steering wheel to your hands, visceral reflexes make your heart pump fast and your right foot heavy.
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Dodge Durango: Part SUV, part muscle car
No longer a traditional SUV, today’s Dodge Durango is trying to be something unique in the marketplace: half utility vehicle, half muscle car.
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Photo Gallery of “Day Two” Muscle Cars and Street Freaks From The Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals
Back in the day, most muscle cars never stayed stock for too long. Almost immediately the owners threw away the restrictive cast iron exhaust manifolds and shelved or sold off the factory wheels and what was left of the tires.
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These 5 Badass Muscle Cars Are NOT American
The term “muscle car” no longer only applies to American cars.
According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, a muscle car is “an American-made two-door sports car with a powerful engine.” The dictionary also mentions that these powerful engines are “designed for high-performance driving.” We would tend to agree with this definition, although we feel that the term “muscle car” has expanded over the years to encompass more that it has in the past. Four-door models like the Charger Hellcat can qualify as “muscle cars” and we believe that cars that aren’t even American can be categorized as such.
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Quick Take: 2016 Dodge Charger R/T Scat Pack
Essentially, this is Dodge’s cheap thrills package, combining the R/T-level interior with the 6.4-liter V-8 ripped from the SRT 392. The naturally aspirated mill thumps out 485 hp and 475 lb-ft of torque and remains one of the best sounding V-8s on the market, emitting a caramel-thick lub-lub-lub lope at idle and an American Graffiti warcry at full throttle. Alas, like every other Charger flavor on the market, it’s only available with an eight-speed automatic.
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