Here are the most powerful and fastest muscle cars during the late 60s and early 70s. Do you own one of them?
Dodge Charger R/T 440
Who could forget the classic Dodge Chargers? This car starred on the hit TV show called Dukes of Hazzard. This show introduced the most famous Dodge Charger of all time, “General Lee”. Also, this car appeared on the 1968 movie Bullitt and it made one of the best car chases in movies.
|Dodge Charger R/T 440|
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This Shelby GT is the only non-American muscle car on the list. KR stands for “King of the Road”, its engine has 480hp.
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The Chevrolet Camaro was released in 1967 and since then, this car became a popular choice for a lot of muscle car fans. The Z-28 version of this car was packed with 4.9 liter V8 engine that has 290hp and it could reach a quarter mile in just 14 seconds. Also, it’s available with 4-speed manual gearbox, power steering and positraction.
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Plymouth Superbird 440
This car is exactly the opposite of the Plymouth Roadrunner. This car created a scene with the unusual design of its body.
|Plymouth Superbird 440|
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This car was named 442 because it has four-barrel carb, four-speed gearbox and dual exhaust system. In 1971, a L69 version was released and it has 3 double-barrel carburetors with a 360hp. This set up could reach a quarter mile in just 14 seconds. The Oldsmobile 442 could cost somewhere near $85,000 in any auction.
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