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Fast Cars The American Muscle

In the 1960s there was a class of cars presented to the world known as muscle cars. These vehicles contained a robust motor and were smooth and stylish. These types of cars featured a V8 engine which was designed for speed. As these vehicles were made the manufacturers were in stiff competition with one another. We were led into a period of some of the fastest cars of our time, as each manufacturer tried to out do another. Without considered to gas and energy efficiency, Americans seemed to be having the time in their lives. Their vehicles were quick and eye-catching, both on the road and on the race track. Flashy decals and rushing stripes made a statement about both the driver and the car. It seemed the flashier the vehicle the more desirable.

At a time if the luxurious vehicle was the king of the trail for the married set, younger group needed something smaller, faster, and sportier. The 440 Roadrunner and the Shelby Mustang are two of the fast cars that have been built to fulfill the desire for high-performance and speed. There were a lot more fast cars to come back. Camaros, Chargers, GTOs, and Firebirds all tried to group the maximum amount of punch beneath the hood as was possible. Corvettes provided smooth design and speed, but they also had a top price tag. All the other high end cars offered a price which was affordable to the average working-class people.

The Energy Effect

During the 1960s and 70-s automobile manufacturers were riding at the top of a of performance and speed. Then we entered a period where we were told gas was an issue and we were destroying the ozone with our extravagant car emissions. We reluctantly let go of our fast and cool cars and took to the streets with a good V4 and a V6. Fuel consumption and cheaper insurance charges compelled the fast cars onto the race course and off-the highways.

The desire to have speed is going to be with us always. This tasteful porche supercar paper has limitless salient tips for the reason for this idea. We will likely never again see a time when speed and high end engines are sold for your everyday road car but we might get a glimpse of these cars at the raceway o-r at classic car shows. The baby boomers were around to see these vehicles at their beginning and they still carry a for them today. Many will spend a lot of money to restore one of these simple initial rapid cars back-to their former splendor..
Topic revision: r1 - 2014-05-04 - VerlA379p
 
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