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Chevrolet Corvette 1993 front

1984 to 1996 Corvette

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This fully redesigned and sophisticated Corvette was produced from 1984 until 1996. This generation the convertible returns in 1986, as well, the high performance engines come back later in C4 but the ‘vettes loyal fan club never left. The ZR-1 sets a new twenty-four hour and 5,000 mile (8,000 km) speed record doing over 175

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1932 Ford Phaeton Coupe (2)

Ford1932- The Little Deuce Coupe Model-18

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Henry Ford had been busy alongside his favorite engineers designing a new V8 engine since 1926. The timing is perfect for offering the American public an inexpensive, but reliable V8 engine in the 1932 Ford Model 18. This proves to be the third and possibly the biggest success for the industrialist. The development of the flathead

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Plymouth Fury Evolution

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Plymouth Fury actually came into being in 1958 as an option package for the Belvedere and became its own model in 1959 with the introduction of the Sport Fury. It was the top model for that one year and was available as a convertible and a two door hard top. The Sport Fury was dropped

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Chevrolet Corvette 2011

Corvette C6 2004 to 2013

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The C6 Corvette is all new from the body styling and interior to the drive chain and suspension. No hidden headlights on the C6 –they are exposed; this feature has not been used since 1962. The passenger compartment is larger but slightly narrower, the overall length is shorter but the wheel base is longer than

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Chevy Big Blocks-the Mark IV and a new 427

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Light duty trucks and some larger vehicles used a 366 cu in (6.0 L) version of the Mark IV from the mid 1960’s until the mid ‘90’s. A 396 cu in (6.5 L) version of this V8 was available for the Corvette in 1965 as the L78 option as well as for the Z16 Chevelle.

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1972 Hurst Oldsmobile Indianapolis 500 Pace Car

Hurst/Olds 1972 to 1974

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Shift king, George Hurst, offers to provide a pace car for the Indianapolis 500 in 1972 and the next generation of the Hurst/Olds muscle car is on the road again. After a serious accident in ’71 with a Dodge Challenger there was no automobile manufacturer willing to offer a pace car for the event so Hurst

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1967 Corvette Sting Ray plus the L88 option(’67-68-69)

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Corvette Sting Ray in 1967 is the last and most refined of the line and has  a less bulky, more streamlined look than the previous models of the second generation.  This version carries a unique set of five small louvers on each front fender instead of three with the big block bulge in the hood

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Ford Galaxie 1962 and 1963

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The body styles offered in 1962 are the Sunliner convertible, two door sedan, and two door hard top – the latter two models are available with four doors as well. . The buzz words this year are “The Lively One” option which is buckets seats and a console if you chose it for your “500”

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Plymouth Superbird 1970

Early Muscle to the 1970 Plymouth Superbird

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People have wanted to go faster since the beginning and 1949 Oldsmobile Rocket 88 was built in response to that long standing tradition. This is arguably the mid-sized car that was the start of the evolution of the muscle car. © Randomshots | Dreamstime.com – 1951 Oldsmobile 88 Photo The Rocket 88 is powered by

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