Big block engines, lightweight bodies, and a healthy dose of attitude. In the mid-1960s, domestic auto manufacturers used that combination to invigorate slumping sales with the advent of the muscle car. The new breed of the car was affordable, powerful, and fast-becoming an instant hit with the public. Enthusiasts who wanted all the latest news about the horsepower craze turned to Hot Rod Magazine. Muscle Car Files is a compilation of road tests from that memorable era, covering the muscle car heyday from 1964 to 1971. From engine specifications and high-performance testing to evaluating new design features, Muscle Car Files shows how these asphalt burners stacked up when they first started rolling off the factory lines. This issue is in good condition with very minimal signs of wear or age, see photos for reference. From the Editors of Hot Rod Magazine.
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