5 Of The Coolest Muscle Cars Ever Made
There's nothing in the automotive world quite like an American muscle car. While the definition used to very specific, it's become quite broad over the years, even sparking heated debates at the Motorious offices. However, we generally agree that these are some of the best examples ever made.
AAR Cuda Barn Find Pulled From The Dust Of Years Of Neglect
Classic ‘Cudas are the American automotive community's most prominent icons for their incredible engine options, aggressive Mopar design, and powerful Plymouth road presence. But, ask Joe Dirt, ain't nothin sweeter than a "426 Hemi 'Cuda in Plumb Crazy Purple!" These ridiculous cars are stables within the car community as they represent everything that the younger car culture stood for at the time. Nowadays, these things go for millions of dollars for good reason as they have become scarce in all forms, Hemi or otherwise. Like many popular classics from the early '70s, many of these precious automobiles can be found in a barn or abandoned warehouse, but it is infrequent. So how do you go about discovering one of these beautiful vehicles?
Huge Barn Find Is A Treasure In Disguise
American classic cars are top-rated within the vintage vehicle community, focusing on power and performance over mere style and prestige. Ironically enough, there isn't anything more iconic and attention-grabbing than the design of a classic Hemi ''Cuda, Firebird, or Camaro. This has made these cars subject to many members of the car community dreaming of one day owning one of the aforementioned American beasts. Unfortunately, most of these incredible vehicles came from half a century or more ago means that their numbers are dwindling. This brings forth the goal of classic car collectors such as this one, protecting and restoring the beautiful cars that brought so many smiles to car enthusiasts everywhere.
Here's 6.6 Fun Facts About Smokey And The Bandit
Here are 6 facts and a bonus about America's favorite movie about a bootlegger and a second-generation Trans Am, so let's jump right in.
6 Of The Coolest Hugger Orange Muscle Cars That Actually Exist
When you think of true orange color, Hugger Orange is as pure of the color as you can find. GM introduced the Hugger Orange (72) paint as their version of the orange found on race cars during the 1960s and 1970s. Many GM muscle cars sported the color, and it’s a very distinctive color due to its lack of metallic flecks. Here are some of the coolest muscle cars that sport the iconic color.