It’s common for people to refer to any rear-wheel drive American performance car with a V8 as a ‘muscle car’, but is that always the case? Some would have you believe that ‘pony car’ is in many instances a more appropriate description. Since this is probably the lesser-known term, let’s look at its history.
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Out here on the West Coast, Southern California to be exact, we aren’t accustomed to putting away our cars for a given amount of time due to inclement weather. At least that was the case until the winter of 2017 when the skies opened up and gave us the wettest rainy season we’ve seen in years. It was highly unusual, hitting up the local weekend morning coffee cruise sites and seeing large numbers of empty parking spots due to low car counts. And it was even worse on cold, partly cloudy days with just a slight threat of rain.
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If you’re looking for a twin-turbo setup, Fathouse Fabrications of Martinsville, Indiana is a shop you should definitely check out. One of the tuner’s latest creations is an excessively brutal Shelby GT350 Mustang.
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