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Best Muscle Cars of All Time

The Buick GSX is another muscle car that enthusiasts love. This is the car that changed the Buick brand from a conservative and traditional one to something meaner. If the rear spoiler and lurid paintwork weren’t enough to get your attention, the hefty 510 pounds-foot of torque certainly would.

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The Chevrolet Chevelle SS is a classic that’s not as well remembered as the others on our list. Don’t be fooled into thinking that it’s a forgotten car because it’s not a great one. This is a minor classic that offers the sort of power found in the other cars here.

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The Chevrolet Camaro is another car that drivers think of when muscle cars come up in conversation. This 1969 model is a beauty and an extremely quick car. It would have been difficult to handle in the late 60s because its 427 V-8 engine pumped out 430 BHP.

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The Chevrolet Camaro is another car that drivers think of when muscle cars come up in conversation. This 1969 model is a beauty and an extremely quick car. It would have been difficult to handle in the late 60s because its 427 V-8 engine pumped out 430 BHP.

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The Dodge Charger is a classic muscle car. It makes the list thanks to its speed and its great looks.

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Muscle cars like this one used to be an American dream, now they’re desired by drivers all around the world. This is the Ford Mustang. Perhaps the greatest muscle car of all time, depending on your point of view. We’ve pictured a 1967 Mustang GTA Fastback because it’s the classic used in the Steve McQueen movie Bullitt.

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This 1967 Pontiac GTO suggests that that the end of the 1960s was the time to be a driver. This bad boy of American motoring came with a 400-cubic-inch V-8 that delivered 360 BHP.

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This 1967 Pontiac GTO suggests that that the end of the 1960s was the time to be a driver. This bad boy of American motoring came with a 400-cubic-inch V-8 that delivered 360 BHP.

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Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda is another car from 1970 that takes your breath away even today. This was a machine that could be optioned with a six-cylinder motor but no serious driver would consider anything other than the dual-carburetor, 426-cubic-inch Hemi that delivers 425 BHP.

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We’re at the end of our list so it’s time to bring out the big guns. This is the Plymouth Road Runner Superbird. It’s crazy and yet sleek looks were designed to make it fast at Daytona. This was a car born in the days when NASCAR racing cars really were stock.

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We’re at the end of our list so it’s time to bring out the big guns. This is the Plymouth Road Runner Superbird. It’s crazy and yet sleek looks were designed to make it fast at Daytona. This was a car born in the days when NASCAR racing cars really were stock.

Classic American Cars

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