Hot Rod Magazine: Muscle Car Files

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Motorbooks International, 2003 - Transportation - 192 pages
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Big block engines, lightweight bodies, and a healthy dose of attitude. In the mid-1960s, domestic auto manufacturers used that combination to invigorate slumping sales with the advent of the muscle car. The new breed of car was affordable, powerful, and fast-becoming an instant hit with the public, so enthusiasts who wanted all the latest news about the horsepower craze turned to HOT ROD Magazine. Muscle Car Files is a compilation of road tests from that memorable era, covering the muscle car heyday from 1964 to 1971. From engine specifications and high-performance testing to evaluating new design features, Muscle Car Files shows how these asphalt burners stacked up when they first started rolling off the factory lines.

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