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About Muscle Cars
Muscle car is the term referring to American 2-door rear wheel drive mid-size cars and full-size cars equipped with large, powerful, V8 engines. Muscle cars came in many shapes and sizes.
The term muscle car wasn’t used as much back when these cars were first hitting the show rooms, the car magazines used the term supercar. Many say the 1964 Pontiac GTO was the first muscle car but others say it all started with the 1949 Oldsmobile Rocket 88 which was created in response to a growing public interest in speed and power. Classic muscle cars have been around for decades now, from the Mopars of the late 60’ and early 70’, to the modern muscle car such as the new Mustang, Camaro and Challenger, the car enthusiasts have always been drawn to these horse power machines. Today people are going to the car shows around the country by the thousand to look for rare parts and muscle car memorabilia. Even with higher gas prices than in the early 70‘s and with new modern muscle car models showing up in car dealers show rooms, the muscle car is as popular as ever.