Life has been good for the Chevrolet Camaro for the last two months. It has been America’s top-selling muscle car, beating out the Ford Mustang by a slim margin in September and blowing it out of the water in October. After last month’s sales numbers came out we wondered if the Camaro was set to go on another lengthy sales winning streak. Turns out that’s not going to happen. The sales numbers for November are hot off the presses and the Ford Mustang has regained the title of America’s top-selling muscle car.
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John Longfield was a pre-teen when the 1970 Chevrolets were introduced. "I can remember them on the showroom floor, as my dad worked at a Chevrolet dealership," Longfield says.
The muscle cars were still on the streets, although priced out of Longfield's reach upon his driving age. He settled, instead, for a 1949 Ford convertible, which was fine, but it wasn't a muscle car. Many years later he remembers, "I put the word out that I was looking for some muscle. What I wanted was a 1970 Chevelle SS big block. I wanted a red SS396 with white stripes."
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TEN: The Enthusiast Network announced today its new Motor Trend OnDemand show, The House of Muscle, will premiere December 1, 2016. The House of Muscle takes a deep look inside the world's continued obsession with muscle cars. Each month, the show's host, YouTube sensation Mike Musto, will travel the U.S. and beyond showcasing how these automobiles—and their die-hard owners—help shape the face of today's automotive culture. Every car has a past, and every owner a story. From homebuilt customs to priceless rolling works of art, Musto not only profiles the cars and their place in history, he takes these amazing machines on a no-holds-barred testdrive.
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With 560-hp to the rear wheels and a weight of less than 3,500-lbs with a full tank of fuel and the driver, this pro-touring Camaro is set to scoot. But don’t let the power fool you, it’s capable of more than just a straight line. Thanks in-part to a carbon-fiber front end, this Camaro has a 50/50 weight distribution, and is capable of competing in autocross and road course racing. Despite having a slew of performance goodies, the car’s setup is still capable of performing well on the streets.
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