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Vintage Muscle Car Test: Motor Trend Wrings Out the 383 Plymouth Road Runner in 1968

In the Dec. 1967 issue, Motor Trend published a comparison test of several of the supercar models that were all-new or substantially revised for the 1968 model year: GTO, Charger, GS 400, Torino, Chevelle, Road Runner, 4-4-2, and Coronet R/T. Of the bunch, the MT editors called the Road Runner “the simplest, starkest, most brazenly pure non-compromising super car

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Buick GS 350-1971 images

The 1971 Buick GS will run on regular unleaded gasoline to accommodate the catalytic converter, with lower toxic exhaust emissions the goal. The standard factory equipment 350 is now a lower compression engine producing 55 less HP than last year. There were 89,1070 of the GS produced in ’71 and 902 of them were convertibles.

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Buick Grand Sport 1965-1970

The 1965 Buick Skylark power option is called the Grand Sport with the largest engine in the GM arsenal allowed for intermediate-sized cars. The engine size allowed at the time was 400 cubic inches, but the Grand Sport actually had a 401-cubic-inch (6.57L) V8, which produced 325 hp (242 kW) and had the moniker “nailhead.”

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