In a country where protesters still regularly chant "death to America" and burn our flag during rallies, you might think that American muscle cars would be extremely unpopular. You'd be wrong! The Iranians can't get enough of the Chevy Camaro and its muscle-y brethren.
Reuters reports on the surprising and growing popularity of American muscle cars in the Islamic Republic, which will be increasingly significant as both Iran's newer, more moderate-ish leaders and the West seem interested in thawing their relations and lessening trade sanctions. If that were to happen, American automakers would surely want a piece of the Iranian pie; this is a country with 75 million people and a considerable appetite for new cars thanks to decades of sanctions.