Muscle Car Era

Timeline created by presley peeraer
  • the begaining of the muscle car era and the most famous muscle car in 1965

    the begaining of the muscle car era and the most famous muscle car in 1965
    the muscle car era started with the 1965 Pontiac GTO.Featuring a 376 horsepower, 421 cubic-inch (the most powerful GM engine produced that year), high output engine, an all new all-synchro four-speed manual transmission with Hurst floor shift, Positraction, heavy duty springs and shocks, dual exhausts, chromed air cleaner and rocker covers, bucket seats, full carpeting, the 1965 Pontiac 2+2 was a fierce beast on the road.
  • 1966 Chevy Chevelle

    1966 Chevy Chevelle
  • 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby Gt500 Fastback

    1967 Ford Mustang Shelby Gt500 Fastback
    This 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500 is powered by a proper C6ME 428 engine with the correct Holley BJ/BK carburetors, manifolds, air cleaner, and heads. It has a freshly rebuilt, date-correct RUGS-1 transmission with the 1967-only 3.50 Traction-Lok rear end. There is a date-coded radiator, correct braking system including the KH calipers and drums, a louvered hood, inboard driving lights, optional 10-spoke wheels wearing period-correct Goodyear tires, date-correct seatbelts, Carlite glass and a rare
  • middle of muscle car era

    middle of muscle car era
    Plymouth Barracuda
  • 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona

    1969 Dodge Charger Daytona
    The Daytona was a high performance and limited edition version of the Dodge Charger car produced in the summer of 1969. The main purpose of the Daytona is to celebrate the winning NASCAR races in 1969. Other than that, 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona is also the replacement for the 1969 Dodge Charger 500.
  • 1970 plymouth roadrunner superbird

    1970 plymouth roadrunner superbird
    The short-lived Plymouth Road Runner Superbird was a highly modified version of the Plymouth Road Runner with well known graphics and horn. It was the factory's follow up stock car racing design for the 1970 season to the Dodge Charger Daytona of 1969, and incorporated many engineering changes and modifications (both minor and major) garnered from the Daytona's season in competition on the track
  • Muscle Car Era

     Muscle Car Era
    1971 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda
  • 1972 Mustang Srint

    1972 Mustang Srint
    Mustang celebrated the 1972 Olympics iwith the Mustang Sprint. Sprints were white with blue rocker panel paint, hood stripes, and seat inserts and a USA shield on the rear quarter panel. All of the cars came with the standard "dog dish" hubcaps, but most owners have replaced them with Magnum 500 wheels. Ford made 800 Sprint fastbacks, and 50 convertibles were made for the Washington, D.C. Cherry Blossom Festival. It was recently learned that 6247 Sprint coupes were also offered. Ford also offer
  • end of muscle car era 1973 Barracuda

    end of muscle car era 1973 Barracuda
    The six-cylinder engine option was dropped for 1973 and would never be available again in the Barracuda.
    Black rubber bumper guards were added to the front and rear of the cars.
    A new 360 CID V8 was introduced as an option in the middle of the production year.