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    The Muscle Car

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    Has muscle gone too Far In 1964 Ford released the first iconic muscle car that changed american life style and revolutionized the automotive industry by introducing new style of cars. Such an iconic part of American History didn’t just emerged from the dark or from a simple idea, like an everyday object, everything has a background and purpose being innovated as time goes on. When someone looks at a muscle car they typically think speed, power, and the massive V8 rumbling sound. Yet no one thinks about what is a muscle car, what's the history behind it all, how the evolution of muscle muscle sparked companies rivalry, and the technological advances that have reopened a second age of muscle. Yet in this time and age were automobiles can enhanced…

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    Have you heard about all of the muscle cars from 1960 their great? I chose the Lamborghini, Mustang, and the SuperAmerica. All of these sports cars have strong engines that have a ton of horsepower. Some of them were used to race and some of them are just street cars. They usually have v8, v10, v12 engines and the “v” is for the cylinders. These days the cars on the street only usually have a v6 engine. The first car I am going to talk about is the Lamborghini Miura. This car has the v12 engine…

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    When you think of muscle cars what comes to your mind? In my mind Chevrolets, Plymouths, and Ford and Dodges of the late sixties and early seventies mostly come to mind. Many countries have made muscle cars and they have all failed to rival the American title as the muscle car capitol of the world. This is because America was obsessed with being a country of speed and in many ways till is that same way. Before companies cracked down on performance and safety regulations in the mid 70s companies…

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    Why Muscle Cars Are Dead

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    October 2015 Muscle Cars are dead Out with the old and in with the new. The cars of today are not the muscle cars of yesterday. Why has this phenomenon occurred over the years? Muscle cars are dead. The muscle cars of the past are still around, but car manufacturers do not make them anymore. The term “muscle” car refers to the two-door sports coupes that were manufactured from 1949 to the mid-1970s. These small cars had huge powerful engines that were designed for high performance driving.…

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    Shank Ms. Cooney Period 1 English 10 Final Draft In the “Car World” there is an argument that has been going on for a very long time; Japanese Import cars vs. American Muscle cars. Many people say that import cars are better than muscle cars in many way. Others say that muscle cars are better than import cars. Many people like both types of cars. While others don’t like either types of cars for their own personal reasons. People should choose import cars over muscle cars because imports have…

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    men faster than this one can. Dodge also strategically placed the four-door Charger Hellcat in this short film to show you can still have just as much fun in the four-door sedan as you can in a coupe. Not everyone is in a position to have a two-door two seat sports car, therefore they try and convince you that it is the same experience for either car, regardless of which you choose. Car manufacturers do this in order to try and attract car enthusiasts that still need a car to pick up the kids…

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    Muscle cars are high-performance automobiles, most Muscle cars are fitted with a V8 engine designed for fast acceleration. Muscle cars are for street use, road racing, and sometimes drag racing. A lot of people are into muscle cars, they like to get old, rusted out, ones and fix them up. It takes a lot of work though; buying new parts, and installing them. Many people don’t race their muscle cars, they keep them for show. The muscle car industry took off over the 1950s. The early 70s brought…

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    old, beat up muscle car. You can either one, sell it or store it away and buy a new car. Or you can do it the hard way, restore that old bad boy. Either way, you’re going to need some money in order to do so. And you’re going to need some skills. In this article we will review the pros and cons of restoring an old muscle. It can be a real pain restoring old muscle cars. There can be more problems about it that you didn’t even know about when you start to tear it open. You could even possibly…

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    cold war which evoked americans to experiment with new technology, a market aimed towards the people,and the public's growing unrest about safety. The post World War 2 era gave birth to a new generation of baby boomers, who were car obsessed teenagers in the…

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    AMC Hornet Analysis

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    Representing AMC in the 1970s Things You Didn’t Know About the AMC Hornet When it comes to classic cars you don 't see a lot of AMC automobiles at the local shows. It 's not because the car company went out of business in the 80s or lack of support for the individual models. It 's more about the number of units sold, and automotive styling often described as something only a mother could love. American Motors always struggled to gain traction when competing with the Big Three in the 60s, 70s…

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