RE: First Muscle Car
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RE: First Muscle Car



My thought on the definition of a "Muscle Car" as defined generally by the Bid Three Auto makers and their advertising/marketing arm and the general populace (not necessarily the true Hot-Rodder or engine builder) began with the 1964 GTO.  That being said, 1955-1963 higher horsepower vehicles were not marketed with the same hype or moniker as the heavy sixties advertising conglomerates and were truly cars with stunning power; both in their production year and compared with the reputed "first" 1964 Muscle Car; ie 1957 Chrysler 300C, 1962-64 MAX WEDGE...

Gary Pavlovich

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I wouldn’t agree based on the definition of a muscle car, lighter weight, higher horsepower. Higher horsepower and performance upgrades alone does not make a muscle car.......... but I may be biased. lol

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