The super Duty – “Muscle Cars”

Desperately Car companies needed to update their last step as“innovation”California Digital Photography California Digital Photography California Digital Photography California Digital Photography
But that didn’t last long. By 1949 American Automakers had the “what to do?” already in the ropes of designing all new concept about classic cars with nice fenders and low budget to their drivers. Hiring Industrial designers to reshape their stock models with a clear appearance was the answer to the question.
Rolling it all the way forward, transforming the concept to flight to fancy into reality leaving the giant gap with the new line of American cars and the era of “classics” forced Japanese automakers to change their models into more modern designs as Family sedans and work wagons.
Properly equipped cars boasted a new personality of “Muscle Cars” with performance engines like R1, a high compression 289 V8 produced 240 hp supercharged and cranked 280 and 300 even with a light throttle, but blip the accelerator and that noise is bundled with a surprising kick.
With their Everyday shine on these cars still catch everybody’s attention and passion for those flaming colors, hot chrome fenders and wheels.

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