The 1970s and 1960s were truly good days for the American automobile industry with popular brands such as Pontiac, Ford, and Chevy among others ruling the street and the race track. However, there is a new breed of super-fast muscle cars from the 2010s that are irresistible. Here they are; 2017 Dodge Charger SRT
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Extreme automotive engineering, reserved under normal circumstances for high-end automakers like Porsche, McLaren, or Ferrari, is amongst the hallmarks of the hard-to-define umbrella term of “supercar.” Other components, like exotic styling or severe impracticality, are often paired with said engineering, but are not requisites for a vehicle to be a supercar. For an example, look
Hey car buyers, I know you’re feeling left out of the auto industry’s current obsession with trucks, crossovers, and SUVs. How about we offer you something a little extra? Would $500 off do it? No? How about 50 more horsepower? 100? 400hp more? Full article: https://goo.gl/oYIqFT
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On this episode of Engine Masters presented by AMSOIL, we test the long-standing Internet theory that too big of an intake port kills bottom-end torque. Watch us take the mildest of 408 Ford small-blocks and try to make the torque curve dance by bolting on three different heads from AFR. Will the myth be busted,
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Back in the 1960s, Ford and Shelby came together to create what is now one of the most iconic classic muscle cars ever, the Shelby GT350. It’s been half a century since the original car debuted, and now a new one is here. This video puts the two cars together to see just how different