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View Poll Results: What is the coolest muscle car?
AMC AMX 1 1.18%
Pontiac GTO 7 8.24%
Dodge Charger 15 17.65%
Dodge Viper 4 4.71%
Cheverolet Camaro 15 17.65%
Cheverolet Corvette 2 2.35%
Plymouth Barracuda 9 10.59%
Plymouth Superbird/Dodge Daytona Charger 6 7.06%
Plymouth Road Runner 1 1.18%
Other car (post what it is) 25 29.41%
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Old 05-15-2005, 12:38 AM   #61
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I am partial to the 71 roadrunner, double the leafs and extra heavy front suspension and it made for an incredible road car, not bad on the longrun either, topped at 145 mph before the curves slowed me down and the new mustang took an exit.
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Old 05-15-2005, 10:56 PM   #62
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I have to agree with you thouhg to weapon, that mustang is a nice car.

undesputed georg car and its got the muscle to bac up the looks
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Old 05-16-2005, 07:42 PM   #63
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The Viper is up there but nothing beats the oldschool muscle cars like the Charger's, Cuda's, Fury's, etc. On this one I had to go with the Charger because thats the first actual muscle car I ever really learned anything about.
wtf is a fury???????? who makes what year or era it was in????????????
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Old 05-16-2005, 10:09 PM   #64
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Plymouth made the Fury and it was made in the later 60's and i think earlier 70's. They also had a Fury II and Fury III if i remember correctly. Not bad cars really.
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Old 05-22-2005, 06:20 PM   #65
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I hav a question... what car does triple X drive (vin dieisel)? the purple muscle car?

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Old 05-22-2005, 08:47 PM   #66
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Plymouth made the Fury and it was made in the later 60's and i think earlier 70's. They also had a Fury II and Fury III if i remember correctly. Not bad cars really.

http://allpar.com/model/fury.html

fury's were around in some form or another from '56 to '89.

'56 to '58, they were just "Fury"s available only in "buckskin beige" w/ gold trim and were a HP 2dr fullsize car meant to be a counterpart to the chrysler 300 and dodge d500's. christine was a belvedere in the movie.

'59 to '74 they were just plymouth's full size car, 2 or 4 doors available as well as wagons... they had fury I, fury II, fury III, sport fury, VIP, fury gran, and suburban wagons, depending on year (fury I-III '65 to '73, VIP '66 to 70?, fury gran '74, SF '59 to '71?)

'75-'78 gran fury was the fullsize and fury was the midsize (for '75, the roadrunner package could be had on the midsize fury)

'79 fury took a break

'80-'89 gran fury's were plymouth's fullsize once again. look for them as police cars on some 80's movies & tv shows...

just in case you really wanted to know...
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Old 05-23-2005, 02:00 AM   #67
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I hav a question... what car does triple X drive (vin dieisel)? the purple muscle car?

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'68 GTO A sweet ride
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Old 05-23-2005, 03:01 AM   #68
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Does anyone know what the LS6 Chevelle is???

I'm surprised that no one said the 1970 454 LS6 Chevelle. I like all musclecars all the same but this one really sticks out to me because it is the strongest base stock RAW car to ever come out of Detoit. Sure the Z-L1 Camaro would beat it by a little bit in the quarter mile but it had aluminum block and heads. The LS6 was a 4000 pound car that can run low 13's like 13.3, 13.2, now thats real "balls". New cars just don't have it, they may be fast, light, good handling, but they don't have the grunt that musclecars do. The Chevelle had 450 underrated horsepower which means it really put out just over 500 and that big bock, the MK IV, could run up to 6500 rpm and still stay cool. The LS6's quartermile times would be 13 flat or in the high 12's if the tires actually hooked up i mean with 500 lb. ft./torque, its hard to get them to hook up unless you have slicks, but i'm talking factory wide ovals. With a 4:10 4spd trans. and someone who knows how to launch a car and shift at 6100, then awesome.

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'68 GTO A sweet ride

http://ultimategto.com/cgi-bin/showc.../67xxx-997gto1

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Old 05-23-2005, 12:42 PM   #70
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Ford Falcon GT (pick your own year, but esp the XT)

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Old 05-24-2005, 01:04 PM   #71
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1 1969 Super Camaro Yenko

you cant beat it the shelby is close but the yenko is beauty and the ebast. Beauty on the outside and the beast under the hood. Next though if i was going for a spefic one it'd either be the concept shelby in gone in 60 or the charger from fast adn the furious both sold for like over a million i believe(like ill ever really get those)
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1966 427 Cobra...some might say its not a muscle car because it only has 2 seats...118 mph 427 8V engine...it is quite beastly
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Old 05-26-2005, 12:41 AM   #73
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Sticking with the 'Cuda. Hemi 'Cuda= amazing.
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Old 05-26-2005, 12:56 AM   #75
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1966 427 Cobra...some might say its not a muscle car because it only has 2 seats (they are stupid)...118 mph 427 8V engine...it is quite beastly

it has 2 stupid seats?
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