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Muscle Car Choices?

Which ones would you select from the past and the present, especially from an investment angle? Classic T/As had style, and the Chrysler SRT8 Core seems to represent modern muscle best.




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Original 426 hemi cars or Motion Big Block Camaros. Also Motion Vettes up to 69. They had a few ZL1's that were sweet
Yenko Camaro
427 Ford Mustangs, Boss 429 is a killer

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There is only one - 69z28 dz302.

I have looked for a 77 Firebird Formula from my hs days - yet to find the one!
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Look great car. I like it
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Very cool car Doug. I really like the livery as well.

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For me, it would have to be the '68 Bullitt Mustang:



It was the only car (IMO) of that period that both looked fast, standing still, and still went around corners without looking like it was trying to come apart.

The chase scene on the hilly streets of San Francisco with the Charger pitted against the Mustang was a classic. The Charger was so out of control it was shedding parts at every turn. (Chrysler/Dodge must have been slightly embarrassed by that.) The 'Stang just sucked it up and kept going. In the end, IIRC, it was the out of control Charger, driven by a pro with "real" driving gloves that killed its occupants. When he (the pro) put on his driving gloves at the beginning of the chase, that was the signal to the audience that this was going to be "serious" stuff, and it was.

Seriously entertaining, that is

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My 70 T/A. had it for over a decade, sold it about two years ago.



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I was fortunate or lucky being born and at a driving age starting in 1962. I watch and drove a lot of them. Camaro's , Mustangs , Corvette's , Nova SS and more. Now at 71 I slowed down and just got this old man fun car. But it still has 510HP of English mussel in it and it is fun.
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I hope I don't get too many boos, but for me I wouldn't have any of them. For me, muscle cars are neither exciting nor beautiful. I've been to drag races and they aren't that interesting to me. To me, an exciting car can accelerate, stop, and turn well. Muscle cars all seem to tick only one of those boxes.

But I have many friends who truly love muscle cars. I'm glad the world has all types!
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