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Guess This Iconic Car From The Peak of The Muscle Car Era

Here are a few clues to help you.
Top engines were rated at the 335 hp and 366 hp.
The antenna was mounted in the windshield and radios were standard with this model for this year.

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Guess what car this is from the very peak of the muscle car boom.



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24 thoughts on “Guess This Iconic Car From The Peak of The Muscle Car Era”


    1. Nope. They didn’t make a 70 super duty. 73-4 were available with 455 super duty. 71-2 were available with a Ram air 400 or 455HO. 70 had ram air 3 and ram air 4 400 options.

    2. Funny thing is, I questioned myself on that point. I almost said 73. Should have researched a bit. Thanks for the correction.

    3. Last year for the stripe was 72 also. First year for the bird on the hood was 73..

  1. If it’s a 455 it’s an H.O., not a Super Duty S/D (which was only offered in ’73-’74). Also it has to be a ’71/’72 if it is a 455 H.O. because 400 was the largest engine offered in ’70. The 455 became available in ’71.

  2. It’s either a ’70 or a ’71/’72 depending on the engine. The 400 was rated at 335 in ’70 as was the 455 rated at 335 horse in ’71/’72


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