The only thing this muscle car didn't have was a big price tag. Find out how Plymouth used an inexpensive platform, big engine, and wide array of enhancements to make the 1970 Plymouth Duster 340 a hit.
Pontiac poured on so much performance for '63 that only an order from the highest power could slow it down. Unfortunately, that's what happened with the 1963 Super Duty 421. Learn about this muscle car.
With a new design, the 1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 became an instant classic. Its Corvette engine made it a standout among muscle cars. Check out photos and specifications of the 1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z28.
With proper exhaust systems, Chrysler's 1965 Factory Altered Wheelbase cars, which included the Dodge Factory Altered Wheelbase, would have been almost street-legal. Clearly, though, they were intended for competition. Learn more about this muscle car.
Chrysler's corporate drag racing efforts reached extreme levels in 1965, with the creation of purpose-built drag machines that personified the muscle-car era's "win at all costs" mentality. Learn about the Plymouth Factory Altered Wheelbase.
By 1971, the Ford Mustang was starting to grow out of its muscle car roots. The quick, if imperfect, Boss 351 gave the model a fine finish. Check out photos and specs of the 1971 Ford Mustang Boss 351.
Pontiac may have broken late from the gate in the pony-car derby, but it quickly makde up ground. Carefully considered alterations made the Firebird 400 perhaps the best sporty compact of 1968. Learn about this muscle car.
Reliable and affordable, the 1968-70 Chevelle Super Sport outsold every other true high-performance machine of the day, and beat its share, to boot. Learn about the Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 in this muscle car profile.
The 1966 Ford Fairlane 427 was built to rival its competition. Ford developed an all-new 221-cubic-inch V-8 and a bored-out 260-cid engine for the Fairlane. The Fairlane was also used in NASCAR racing during the 60s. Learn more about the Ford Fairlane 427.
The 1971 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am eclipsed the GTO as the automaker's premier performance offering, and sent the rest of the pony field scurrying. Find out about this muscle car, and see photos and specifications.
Car and Driver called the 1966 Plymouth Satellite 426 Hemi "the best combination of brute performance and tractable street manners we've ever driven." Learn more about Plymouth’s ultra-supercar in this muscle car profile.