SEMA Battle of the Builders 1970 Chevelle

Only the foolish or ignorant would call modern muscle cars anything less than stunning. They’re quieter, more responsive, safer, and more predictable; even some of the V-6 versions put the best of yesteryear’s muscle to shame.

But there’s one place where technology can’t touch old tin: feel. Some of the things that make modern cars better—the digital interfaces, the sculpted interiors, the safety bumpers, traction control, the antilock braking—ultimately insulate the driver from the experience of, well … driving.

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