Since the late 1960’s, the muscle car has been loved and enjoyed as a simple and powerful car that is not intended for just any average driver. One of the earliest and most successful companies in the muscle car making game is Chevrolet.
Inside the Camaro, you would have thought you were in a luxury car back then. This unique muscle car sported complete door-to-door carpeting and supple vinyl seats, which gave the Camaro a family ride atmosphere that the housewife enjoyed also.
Ford has had over 30 years to perfect the design of the 2011 Mustang and it shows. By comparison, Chevrolet stopped making the Camaro in 2002 and finally resumed production in 2010. Besides all of the refinement issues, the Mustang is 300 pounds lighter than the Camaro and has better handling, giving it an edge when it comes to speed and maneuverability. The powerful V-6 is excellent on gas mileage at 24/30 MPG considering that the engine boasts 305 HP (which is almost as powerful as previous models of the V8).
The muscle cars wars are back in full force, now that all three of the major American manufacturers are producing one. In most cases, it comes down to personal preference when deciding which one you like the best, and which one you want to own. Below we will discuss the Camaro from General Motors, the Challenger from Dodge, and the Mustang from Ford.
A typical muscle car is the one that pounds the ground, melts the tire and provides a heat racing excitement. The new 2011 Camaro Convertible is one of such cars. It is a treat to drive such an exciting car. If you are passing a dull day and want to cheer up, go drive the new 2011 Camaro Convertible.
The Camaro is one of the most famous muscle cars in the United States that has recently made a come back. Learn how it originated.
The Camaro’s disappearance for eight years beginning in 2002 has quickly being forgotten. That’s because the current generation Camaro has met and exceeded all expectations for this 2+2 sport coupe. This spring a Camaro convertible rolls out, but it won’t be the most sought after model in the Camaro fleet.
Remember the Ford Mustang which is often referred to as the toughest rivals Camaro not long ago official ” undoing ” his latest model, the Ford Mustang is 2015, Josh Byrnes eventually from carscoops (03/04) make the rendering as approximate face Camaro Coupe to model year 2016.
In the 60’s the Big Three auto manufacturers were thinking of ways on how the general public would develop an interest in their cars, so the number of sales would increase. So they produced cars that were bigger, meaner, and more powerful to get a one up against one another. This rivalry then became a competition, and it was called the Muscle War.
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