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What was the greatest motor of the early 1990s? We're gonna call out GM's LT-series small-block. Mad power for the day, cheap to upgrade, and well, it pulled the magnificent small GM V8 out of the doldrums of the Smog Era, rife with 305s, 307s, weak 350s, Cross-Fire Injection and whatnot. Now, we're not sure that the Buick Roadmaster in the linked clip had an LT1 between the rails, but judging from the 1/4-mile time, it seems about right. Austin's been claiming he wants to build a Roadmastermino, and if he does, Detroit-Metro Dodge boys had better watch their backs. [Thanks to Mark for the tip.]

Roadmaster vs. Charger [Just4TheHellofIt]

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