Hellion Turbo kits are making their mark on the market, and here’s the perfect example! Pushing 1420hp, this TT monster (Driven by Hellion Turbo owner’s Wife) has made some serious sub 9 second passes and is still completely Streetable! Imagine dropping the kids off at daycare and make a stop at Starbucks before heading to the local track to embarrass some unsuspecting cars! We love how practically, impractical this car is!
It's pretty safe to say we're living in a fantastic time for American muscle. You can get a 707-horsepower Dodge Challenger Hellcat for less than $65,000, the Chevrolet Camaro SS is pretty much a four-seat Corvette, and the Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R beat out several more-expensive cars to win our 2016 Performance Car of the Year award.
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Which one of these three classic American rides is the Best and which one is the Fastest from 0-60 MPH?
Chevrolet offered two versions of this 454 cubic inch v-8; LS5 and LS6. They could crank up an impressive 360 and 450 horsepower respectively. The LS6 has since been regarded as the last gasp of the muscle-car era and quite an impressive one at that. No other muscle car would match the 4-barrel carburetor, sweeping roof and bulged look of this monster on wheels.
Less than 70 of these were ever built. Not only did it have the most powerful engine, but also became the rarest production car that has ever been made by Chevrolet. The iconic 427 V-8 engine was capable of producing more than 430 horsepower.
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
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