Straight line performance and burnouts are great, but these ten bruisers can actually take a curve just as well.
The Javelin was AMC's Trans-Am road racing hero. You could buy one with a "Go Pack". Enough said.
Coil overs and disc brakes in all corners in 1971. Handled just like a ballerina!
Suggested By: Vracktal
A luxurious '60s Mustang with better suspension, more power, stripes, wings and a nice handling package.
Independent rear suspension in a Mustang before it was cool.
Australia's drift machine of the 2000s.
Homologation specials always make things right, and the Trans Am-sourced Challenger T/A was no exception. Faster, harder, cooler.
A big Cadillac shouldn't handle, but it's better than you'd imagine.
A handling package that actually makes a huge difference.
Suggested By: SasquatchElvis, Photo Credit: GM
It's a German muscle car that also came with a wagon body, get over it.
If the 2015 Mustang wants to be the best-handling modern Mustang, it has to beat this one to succeed.
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