Special Sub-Topic: America Muscle Car Mania !
|In 1969, AMC released a muscle car based on the Rebel platform. It was called 'The Rebel _______'|
Machine. All 2326 of The Rebel Machines had a 340 hp 390 V8, fat tires, hood scoop, Hurst 4 speed & a Patriotic paint job as well.
|Which one of these cars does not belong with the others? ...( hint - off to the races)|
Mercury Cougar Eliminator. The Talladega, Superbird & Charger 500 were specifically designed with NASCAR in mind (low drag designs). The Eliminator is just another sweet 'Muscle car'.
|In 1971 Ford used some stripes, scoops & a 302 to 'muscle' up their Maverick. They called it a ...|
Grabber. Maverick Grabbers, (with a little tweaking) make a substantial compact muscle car.
|Which one does not belong? ...(hint - size IS important :)|
Pontiac GTO 'Ram Air' III 400. Believe it or not... the Dart, Nova, Rambler, Falcon etc. were 'compacts'. The Road Runner, GTO, Javelin, Torino etc. were classed as 'midsize'. :D
|Was 'Hurst' actually crazy enough to convert a 'full size' Chrysler in 1970 ?|
y. The Chrysler '300-H' was converted by Hurst, 501 hardtops & 2 convertibles.
|The 'Cyclone Spoiler' was built by ...|
Mercury. I said Cyclone not Syclone ...lol
|The 1970 Monte Carlo shared the same platform with Pontiac's Grand Prix, who came first ... The _____ ____ |
Grand Prix. The re-styled Grand Prix made its debut in 1969, The Monte Carlo showed up in 1970.
|These engines were so huge, Ford had to farm these puppies out to get them stuffed under the hood!|
Boss 429 Mustang. Drag racing fodder :)
|The 1970 Olds 442 W-30 came with a 455 cubic inch mill. The W-31 came with a ___ cubic inch mill.|
350. Just what the 'Doctor' ordered !
|The Mopars had 2 'wing cars'. One was the Plymouth Superbird, the other was the ...|
Dodge Charger Daytona. These 'winged warriors' dominated the 1970 NASCAR races. 1920 Superbirds were built, along with 505 Charger Daytonas.
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