Last post on Feb 22, 2009 at 10:11 PM
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Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Camaro, Dodge Challenger, Classic Cars, Coupe, Convertible, Truck, Sedan, Wagon
Jan 10, 2009 (3:53 pm)
This car has NOT changed since the 70's. Great job, Dodge!! Oh, and this car has a hemi, right?
#30 of 34 Re: WOW!!!!!!! [mustangman911]
Jan 10, 2009 (9:32 pm)
Hey what's with the dodge hemi thing here in mustang world but it's ok if you have nowhere else to go. We stangers will talk to you " well for right now anyway.and why would I have a 5.7 when I can have a 5.8 and for us common folk that's a 351W
#33 of 34 Hi performance... then and now
Feb 16, 2009 (1:36 pm)
Rack and pinion steering, 4 wheel independent suspension, electronic engine and transmission controls even fibre optic terminations are the norm everywhere in life today. These advancements DO PERFORM. Cars today are safer and faster and more comfortable than they were 40 years ago. I drive an 09 VW EOS daily for commuting. BUT I love my 475 HP convertible 69 Camaro with 3 inch exhaust and the fact that i feel wind blown and oily after driving it all day. A roller coaster is thrilling too just like modern hotrods. But you just sit down and get taken for a ride. In an older hot rod you have GIVE yourself a ride.
#34 of 34 Re: Hi performance... then and now [gpm2001]
Feb 22, 2009 (10:11 pm)
Some of what you say is true but there so much more to a classic muscle car. We are not just talking Hi performance, anyone can drive a car that is computer controled and electronics, fibre optics or what ever else is used to assist in driving the car. Do you know the sounds of each gear by RPM, can you tell when you have a low tire by how the car feels. How do you feel when others talk about your car. Can it be said that you know every nut and bolt in you car well most od us true classic car lovers can. And theres so much more!