The Street Fighters True muscle cars make no apologies. They had one primary job: get the driver from Point A to Point B as fast as law, and the driver's driving ability, would allow. They started off in the early 1960s as mid-size sedans and coupes stuffed with oversized engines - Bel Airs, Catalinas, and Tempests - and it wasn't long before crazy hi-po machines came in all shapes in sizes. Mustangs, Camaros, Chargers, Chevelles, 4-4-2s, Gran Sports ... they all had one thing in common: big engines, and big performance. In Nothin' But Muscle, you'll find 199 of the greatest American performance cars ever built. From the earliest 1964 GTO, to the Shelby-built muscle/racers of the late-a60s, to the ferocious Buicks of the 1980s and 500-plus-hp Viper and Corvette rocketships of today. Nothin' But Muscle brings you the most memorable and beloved pavement eaters ever seen on American soil.As Chrysler maven Cliff Gromera#39;s Mopar Muscle magazine put it, aThe new E- bodies offered a home for ola#39; King Kong hisselfa ... Far more spectacular in terms of rarity was the convertible with only 14 being made, five with a manual gearbox.
|Title||:||Nothin' but Muscle|
|Author||:||Staff of Old Cars Weekly|
|Publisher||:||Krause Publications - 2010-09-10|