The 1970 Plymouth Superbird was produced to allow its sleek super aerodynamic shape to be used on the NASCAR racing circuit. It had Mopar’s best engines under the hood to go with its wild exterior design. Is the Superbird a Rotten or Golden Egg?
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As a classic muscle car enthusiast, it can be frustrating trying to own your dream car while on a tight budget. However, maybe the problem is that you are looking for in the wrong places. Here are some of the best drivable, interesting and more importantly, affordable classic muscle cars. 1970-1971 Ford Torino GT and
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The Mercury line-up only uses a 410 (6.7 L) FE engine from 1966 through ’67. The 410 combines the 4.05 inch bore of the 390 with the 3.98 inch (101.09 mm) stroke and a 10.5:1 compression ratio of the 428 which comes into production for 1966 as well. The 427 cu in (7.0 L) FE engine was a top
Before your Mustangs, Vipers, Chargers, and Cobras, there was the Oldsmobile Rocket 88. Although less popular than its later Ford and Dodge counterparts, it was the world’s very first muscle car originally manufactured in 1949. The Rocket 88s were one of Oldsmobile’s more popular models and remained in production until 1999 with a vast number
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In the early days of NASCAR, some significant cars went missing. This Superbird that belong to The King was one of them. Full article: https://goo.gl/fKrMWA
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