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1960 Chevrolet Chevy Impala Convertible in White & 348 Engine

We're looking at a 1960 Chevrolet Impala Convertible in Ermine White Paint with a 348 Tri-Power (3 2 barrel carburetors) engine. A great one!!




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  1. The ones with the 4 speed stick with the overdrive were bad to the bone. I remember one.


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Was the Original ’70s Dodge Challenger a Failure?

The Dodge Challenger is one of the most beloved muscle cars from the Golden Age of American performance. It looked great, had racing pedigree, and could be optioned with everything from a thrifty slant-six to a fire-breathing Hemi V8. But there’s another reason why the Challenger looms large in our collective automotive imagination: It died young. The Challenger was around for just five model years, from 1970 to 1974, just long enough to experience the peak of the muscle car movement, and disappear before things got really bad.

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6 thoughts on “Was the Original ’70s Dodge Challenger a Failure?”


  1. The timing was off and the A body Duster and Demon offered 95% Of the thrills for a fair bit less money. The duplication of efforts was where they went wrong. The Barracuda should have been the Challenger (cuda is a bit shorter) and the Duster should have been the Barracuda. That would have differentiated the lineups better.

    Biggest mistake was abandoning the pony car after ’74. The camaros and mustangs were a mixed bag in the coming years but if you’re going to be an American automaker, you HAVE to have a serious performance car. There was always parts in the bin to put something competitive from ’75 to ’04 but Ma Mopar just chose not to.

  2. Challenger and cuda were conceived to rival mustang camaro and amx for road racing. Amx being the most competitive. The Ebodies were dead last :( That’s when they became muscle cars rather than pony cars. Mopar was a monster in Nascar so they didn’t even bother with making the Es more competitive. And…I’m ok with that.


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The Easiest Classic Muscle Cars To Be Restored!

Owning a classic muscle car is an investment not everyone can achieve. Yet if you want to live the American dream you owe it to yourself to own one. One of the most important aspects of owning the muscle car of your dreams is to be able to restore it when necessary.

 

Ford Mustang 1965-1970

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If your muscle car is a classic 1965-1970 Ford Mustang, you'll find it is one of the easiest to maintain. Restoring this car means you may need to purchase the exact same sheet metal it was originally built with. Don't waste your time running from auto shop to auto shop searching for the parts you need, as you can get them online.

 

Chevy Camaro 1967-1969

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The 1967-1969 Chevy Camaro is also easy to restore, since you can get a full interior set for it in the colors that we all loved in the 1960's.


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