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20 Best Classic Pony Cars Detroit Has Ever Made

Vukasin Herbez October 13, 2018

  1. 1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

The 1970 model year marked the arrival of a new, second-generation Camaro that featured a radical restyle. The modern semi-fastback roofline was the main feature, as well as the new platform. There was also the absence of convertible option. But the early 1970s Camaros were proper muscle coupes with power and style to back this claim.

With a revised suspension, braking and four-speed manual transmission, the Z/28 was once again a sharp and precise sports car. And it could accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 5.8 seconds. Better yet, it handled like an expensive European exotic.

  1. Pontiac Trans Am 455

The 1971 Firebird and Trans Am were practically identical to the 1970 models. But they still represented one of the best muscle cars on the rapidly changing market. And sadly, 1971 was the last true muscle car model year when buyers could get those high powered. legendary engines.

The 455 V8 delivered 335 HP. However, most muscle car enthusiasts argue they underrated the engine, so the numbers were conservative. In fact, even with higher compression in the Trans Am H.O. version, that 455 V8 had the same horsepower figure. So, the real output was closer to 400 HP with a powerful performance and top speeds.

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