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60s 70s Muscle Cars Part II
"Detroit is finally starting to build vehicles to equal the performance and styling of this era of special cars. Unfortunately the blatant racing connections are long gone."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
What Chevrolet muscle car had a factory installed 302 cid motor, during its first generation?
Chevy II Nova SS
Chevy never made a 302 motor
Chrysler's 426 Hemi engine is legendary.
It commonly refered to as what nickname?
Which color is NOT a Mopar "High Impact" color?
They are all Mopar "High Impact" colors
Sassy Grass Green
In 1969 Dodge started advertising their complete line of muscle cars as the _______ ?
This 1969-70 Ford V8 was called the "Blue Crescent" by FoMoCo engineering, but is better known as "The Shotgun Hemi" or the "Semi-Hemi" among enthusiasts. What is the only FoMoCo car it was made publicly available in?
Boss 429 Mustang
Cyclone Spoiler II
Boss 302 Mustang
AMC collaborated with Hurst Performance to produce 1500 of these light in weight muscle cars. Painted red, white, and blue, all had 390 cid motors, Hurst 4-speeds, Sun tachometers, and a snorkle hood scoop that had "AIR" printed right on it as well as a big arrow on the hood to show the air where to go.
Hurst SS AMX
Hurst SC/ Rambler
In wind tunnel tests it was determined that the 69 Dodge Daytona's and the 70 Plymouth Superbird's rear spoiler actually worked slightly better if lowered. Why did they keep it so tall?
Rear spoiler casting mold was already made
Downforce from the shorter spoiler was too great for street use
Extra height needed to match driver's ego
To clear the trunk lid when it was opened
Canonburg Pa. Chevy dealer, Don Yenko, is famous for the 427 Camaros, Chevelles, and Novas he sold nationwide. Each car has the letters "sYc" adhered to the head rests. What do those letters stand for?
Yenko Sport Chassis
Yenko Super Charger
Yenko Sports Car
Yenko Super Car
In 1969, Pontiac introduced a new GTO called the "Judge". The Judge name was inspired by a skit from what TV show?
(1968-70 comedy show. Two words)
In 1963-64, you could walk into this car manufacturer's dealerships nationwide, and order a brand new "Challenger" with the R3 option, which included, among many other speed items, a Paxton blower, and hand finished head work on the 289 V8. Capable of low thirteen ET's. Name the South Bend Indiana manufacturer.
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