When some people think of muscle cars, they usually think back to American V8s from the 1960s onwards. Those days are gone, and today’s muscle car drivers want some models that have the latest technology.
If you’re in the market for a brand new American muscle car, which one should you choose? It seems that the market is flooded with high-performance vehicles. And that’s not even including the muscle carsbbin十大平台网 that are built in places outside of the USA!
To make your life a little easier, I have compiled a list of American muscle cars for you to feast your eyes on! Don’t worry; you can thank me by sharing this page with your friends. Or buying me a brand new Ford Mustang if you’re feeling extra generous! Read more!
You sure know the 1969 1/2 Super Bee and the Plymouth Road Runner, equipped with the 440 Six Pack. These were the first production cars to feature an all-fiberglass, lift-off hood. “The Six Pack 440 was introduced as a midyear option, and with it came the mandatory addition of the Super Track Pack and its 4.10:1 gears in the Dana 60 rear, either the A-727 automatic or 833 manual transmission, and no wheel covers on the black-painted (regardless of body color) steel wheels with chrome lug nuts. Models ordered as such are commonly referred to as “A12” cars, for the option code, and are a rare find, with only 1,907 Super Bees (and 1,412 Road Runners) built, 29 of which were exported to Canada (and 21 Road Runners). Disc brakes, wheel covers, cruise control, and air conditioning were not available for your 440 Six Pack Super Bee, making the cars true performance beasts from the get-go.” says Brian Stupski.
The innovative fiberglass hood mentioned earlier, finished in non-reflective “Organosol” black paint, the hinge-less, scooped hood was held in place by four chrome bezel-equipped pins, and had an open fresh air scoop. The idea was to make cars even lighter, but the driver had no way to shut out the weather from the air cleaner element. That wide-mouthed scoop was open for business at all hours, in all weather, and ordering a three-speed windshield wipers was considered as a partial victory…. Read more!
Nearly 100 years ago, master car builders John and Horace Dodge introduced the first automobile to bear their name, the famed Dodge Brothers Model 30. To mark the historic achievement, we are introducing two special editions for 2014: the 100th Anniversary Dodge Charger and 100th Anniversary DodgeChallenger.
The Charger gets very special treatment for the 100th Anniversary. You can choose between two fully equipped versions: a Pentastar® V-6–powered model based on the Charger SXT Plus, and a HEMI® V-8 model based on the Charger R/T Plus. Both include all of the following features:
- Beats Premium Audio™ - Molten Red or Foundry Black Nappa leather with brass stitching interior - Custom cloud overprint on the seats, center console and door armrests - Die-cast “Dodge, est. 1914” badges on the seatbacks - 20–inch polished aluminum wheels with granite crystal pockets and “100” center caps
The 100thbbin十大平台网 Anniversary Challenger, also offered in both Pentastar V-6 and HEMI V-8 versions, includes an equally extensive list of features, including:
- Nappa leather trim - Unique stitching and badging - Striking 20–inch wheels - Premium Boston Acoustics audio - Granite Crystal grille surround with script “Challenger” badge
Muscle Cars World is very happy to feature the Equus Bass 770 – a monstrous muscle car hybrid between Ford Mustang GT 1967 and Dodge Challenger 2010. This badass car is born of an abiding passion for genuine 1960′s and 1970′s muscle cars. The rare seductive power of those legendary beauties, brought on by their unique fastback signature, enraptures and enthralls to this day.
bbin十大平台网The EQUUS Bass770 sets a new reference in the international luxury automobile class as a brand-new muscle car bringing together the best of the 21st century american technological savoir-faire. As you all know, the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Corvette are two of the most popular muscle cars ever built.
We are sure that many people are actually into both vehicles, and the vehicle they’re about to see below should pump some serious adrenaline into their horsepower-soaked brains.
Built by , the Equus Bass 770, the power is provided by a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 sourced from a Corvette ZR1 that delivers 640 bhp and 605 lb-ft of torque. Check out the video and high quality image gallery! Read more!
What you can see here is a beautifully restored JH27G0B 1970 Dodge Challenger Convertible. bbin十大平台网This hot stuff is upgraded to a 440 Six Pack, Tremec 5 Speed Manual Transmission with pistol grip shifter and Dana 3.54 Posi-Traction Rear End. Add the power Steering, power front disc brakes and power top, and you get a very nice comfort combo.
Inside, the immaculate stock black interior with bucket seats looks very comfy. You can also see the center Console, Tuff steering wheel, Rallye gauge cluster with tachometer, and …. a hidden JVC AM-FM-CD Changer And Satellite Sound System. We, from Muscle Cars World can’t see the hidden unit, but hey, that’s the point in keeping the original 70′s look. Read more!
If you don’t know XV Motorsports (Xtreme Velocity), then you should definitely check out their 1970 Dodge Challenger XV that comes with XV 440 HP 5.7 HEMI and many more premium stuff! This car has graced the covers of and featured in many magazines, been on TV, displayed at car shows including the BF Goodrich display at SEMA and received truly global exposure. Muscle Cars Worldbbin十大平台网 wants to share this hot show quality car with you, to enjoy “a truly groundbreaking build with global recognition!” And of course, if you want to buy a car like this, visit www.xvmotorsports.com.
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XV Custom Tuned Electronic Fuel Injection
Performance Camshaft and Extended RPM Valvesprings
Race Quality I-Beam Rods CNC machined from 4340 Vacuum Degassed Steel
Forged Pistons w/ Plasma Molly Top Ring
Head and Main Studs
XV Aluminum Oil Pan
XV Hand Assembly of Engine (Balanced and Blueprinted)
XV Custom Aluminum Radiator and Shroud
Package w/ Electric Fans
This 1971 Dodge Challenger was completely restored in the 90s, proudly being one of three different generations of automobiles marketed by the Dodge division of Chrysler. The Dodge Silver Challenger was produced in 1959. From 1970 to 1974, the first generation Dodge Challenger pony car was built using the Chrysler E platform, sharing major components with the Plymouth Barracuda.
“Both the Challenger and Barracuda were available in a staggering number of trim and option levels” and were intended “to compete against cars like the Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Mustang, and to do it while offering virtually every engine in Chrysler’s inventory.”
Original “numbers matching” high-performance 1970–71 Challengers are now among the most sought-after collector cars. In 1971, the backup lights were on the left and right instead of the middle. Muscle Cars World stumbled upon this beautiful Challenger over Vanguard Motor. Read more!