Insurance pleasure: muscle cars pictures and videos
Driving race cars was an avenue for me to learn how to build my own muscle car,
and that was my ambition all along. – Caroll Shelby –
Muscle cars, classic cars, pony cars, … Many terms to refer to a variety of great and high-performance automobiles. All lovers of fine cars dream to drive one someday, either a Chevrolet, a Plymouth, a Ford, a Mercury, a Buick, an Oldsmobile, a Dodge or a Pontiac. Hall of Cars groups muscle cars in a one place, for your viewing pleasure and without making you pay for a huge muscle car insurance!
Super American muscle cars have been wandering the world for more than forty years. From the groundbreaking GTO, to the rapid pastel Mopars of the late 1960s and early ’70s, to the superfast latter-day Vipers and Mustangs, the American people has been fascinated and captivated by these high-horsepower beasts.
And although the muscle car period was short-lived, it always defined a generation in U.S., and has given us maybe some of the most collectible cars in all of automotive history nowadays.
On Hall of Cars, performance and beautiful car fans will find a huge pictures collection of these spectacular muscle cars.
Muscle cars: the Kings of the Road
According to Muscle Cars, the quid recorded by Peter Henshaw, a muscle car is precisely what the name suggests. It is a yield of the American automotive manufacturing adhering to the hot rodder’s philosophy of taking a little car and putting a huge engine in it. The Muscle Car is Charles Atlas kicking sand in the face of the 98 horsepower weakling.
Henshaw moreover affirms that the muscle car was designed for straight-line rapidity, and did not own the sophisticated chassis, engineering integrity, or lithe appearance of European high-performance sport cars. Yet, judgments differ as to whether high-performance full-size vehicles, compacts, and pony cars qualify as muscle cars.