We know there’s only one reason to buy a Dodge Challenger Hellcat; the inexhaustible shit-talking rights that come with 707 horsepower. But now the cat’s been out of the bag for a while, and that jerk you were trying to one-up in the first place went and got a Hellcat of his own. This means war. You need 1,032…
I’m not over lifted muscle cars yet. Especially when they’re as badass as this diesel-powered ’73 Road Runner, and we get to watch them run from wasteland marauders!
It might look like any other IROC-Z, but it doesn’t drive like one.
If there was a way to turn a Dukes of Hazzard chase scene into a race, it would look a lot like this.
Muscle cars have plenty of ride height, beefy tires, and plenty of rear-drive power. Sounds like a perfect rallycross car to me.
How do you fix any problem with a car? The answer is typically just add more power. But sometimes adding more power can bite you in the ass. Here is the evidence.
Is that even a valid question when Classic Recreation’s ‘68 Villain costs $150,000 compared to the Ford Mustang GT’s starting price of $33,125? You tell me.
That trophy goes to a lifted pickup truck from the seventies. But what are these cars doing in Dubai in the first place? Enjoying sand dunes and long stretches of open tarmac. Duh.
The Dodge Dart is the sort of car Al Bundy would have driven if he didn’t mistake a Dodge for his Plymouth Duster. But take another look at it, start smiling, and get a cheap one while you still can.
When you're working as a pizza guy and just got yourself a '68 Camaro that's seen better days, after naming her Lucy, you start to learn by doing simply because pepperoni won't pay for a paint shop. Adam Martin even ended up taking a car restoration course at Mcpherson College because of his car.
SRT isn't completely gone from motorsports. They're still alive and kicking with partner Miller Racing, who runs a sweet lime green Challenger in the Trans-Am series. This short clip of Tommy Kendall's Challenger and another competitor's Camaro proves that Trans Am is now the best sounding race series in existence.
There's hoonage, and then there's capital H, I'm gonna burn this beast until it bursts HOONAGE. This is the latter.
Straight line performance and burnouts are great, but these ten bruisers can actually take a curve just as well.
For every Chevelle SS, Road Runner, and GT500KR there's a host of other muscle cars that don't get their fair share of the spotlight. Let's take a moment to appreciate ten that don't get their due often enough.
From OppositeLock, here's a list of stuff you probably didn't know about America's most popular breed of bare-chested hoon-mobiles, the muscle cars.
Well, what would you do with a bored and cammed 440 and a lot of open space?
Europeans like me can say whatever they want about cornering, but you have to love muscle cars. These ten have dual everything, plus the torque of a locomotive.
Even more than speed, muscle cars are about power.
The new supercharged, 600+ horsepower, 6.2l V8 that you'll be able to get in the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat needs a lot of air. How much air? Enough that they put an intake RIGHT IN THE CHALLY'S EYEBALL.