Muscle Cars

Muscle Cars: While Uncle Sam had his eye turned to Southeast Asia, the “Big Three” plus AMC and Studebaker had their eyes turned to the race track. Plugging big engines in mid-sized cars and marketing them in bright colors with racy names such as “GTO” and “GTX” and “The Machine” electrified a generation of gear heads that could now buy a fast car out of the box. Find news and feature stories on the hottest big- and small-block-packing muscle machines of the 1960s.


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More Muscle on the Beach

The new Muscle Car City Museum in Punta Gorda, Fla., that opened March 1, 2009 features the 200-car collection of Rick Treworgy. More »

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Vintage Muscle: the ’57 Thunderbird F-Code

The 1957 Ford F-Code was a formidable bird. More »

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Vintage Muscle: the Rambler Rebel

The Rambler Rebel was one of the fasted cars on the road in 1957. More »

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Huge muscle car stash found!

Larry Fisette had no idea whether he was buying King Tut’s tomb or Al Capone’s vault when he agreed to buy 21 trailers said to be full of Corvettes and Chevrolet muscle cars and parts. Luckily, all of the rumors he had heard whispered around his northeast Wisconsin home turned out to be more true than he ever dreamed. More »

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S.S. Chevelle?

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