We all know that muscle cars of the 1960s and early 1970s are becoming increasingly rare. It’s really hard to find a lot of OEM parts for the machine, especially the parts and interiors, and of course you want to keep this original muscle car. The good news is that you don’t have to drive your car at 140 mph with a set of 60-second tires at 70 mph.
Maintaining your car’s muscle spans correct (from scratch)
Muscle cars are generally considered to be an American car ranging in size between 62 and 73, with a V8 that develops a lot of power and sporty styling, although some large cars like Impalas, Catalinas, Satellites, and Torinos fall into this category. Also.
When you restore a muscle car to a saloon circuit, you strive for the cleanest, healthiest restoration you can handle, with matching transmission numbers, the correct interior details, and the correct paint codes. And all the rest.
Of course, we are now in another golden age of powerful cars, with the latest sedans, Challengers and Camaros producing more horsepower and torque than their 1960s cousins, but that is perhaps a discussion for another time.