Muscle Car of the Week torque monster

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Muscle Car of the Week torque monster

Hello, I have compiled a very special photo gallery for you. I hope you like it because it took me a very long time 😀 I have to say that no one from any country will object that American cars are the most powerful cars, which are accepted all over the world. This is absolutely true. So why are there so few of these classic cars on the roads?

For example, why doesn’t this rebellious and freedom-designed car appear on every street corner? It should be seen on every street because why have we Americans lost our enthusiasm for these things while the world is jealous of them?

I accept that some models cannot be modernized, but aren’t we hungry for some models?

The world is tired of Renault brand cars and is dying to see American cars in their countries.

You can be sure of this. Our classic cars are a dream for people living in many countries.


So why don’t we keep these magnificent designs alive?

I’m talking about cars, not women 😀

For example, this car. Aahh my friend, if we see this car at the beginning of every street, our day will be much better.


Would you look at the nobility of this car?

The Dodge Charger is a model of automobile marketed by Dodge in various forms over seven generations since 1966. The first Charger was a show car in 1964.[1][2] A 1965 Charger II concept car resembled the 1966 production version.[3] The Charger has been built on three different platforms in various sizes. In the United States, the Charger nameplate has been used on intermediate sized pony cars, muscle cars, and personal luxury coupes, as well as on subcompact hatchbacks; and the current Charger is a full-size four-door sedan.

Tell me the truth right now. Wouldn’t you like to have this car in your garage?

Perfect car..

Of course, there are these women 😀 Women who take care of their husbands and cars are perfect.

This photo is from the production facility!

pffff. Please look at this magnificence. dignity. This car is truly American. And he’s a complete monster.

Comparing old and new cars seems ridiculous to some of our followers, but I must say that for me, nothing can replace old cars. Of course, I am not an enemy of modern cars, but new cars never have the power and design richness of old cars.

Also, this is my style… I wouldn’t trade old people and old cars for anything.

What makes a car a muscle car?

What is a muscle car? Muscle cars are known for their powerful engines and a broad, boxy shape

Think classics like the 1970 Dodge Challenger, 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, and 1976 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am. 

They stood out with long, boxy hoods to contain larger-than-usual engines.