13. Ford Country Squire Station Wagon
Ford’s luxury 1966 Country Squire station wagon was the perfect example of a muscle car disguised as a family long roof. To an average person, this car looked like a big, old station wagon that could haul nine people, carry a lot of cargo, and cruise highways. But to experienced car enthusiasts, just one glance under the hood revealed the true nature of this car.
For 1966 and 1967, Ford offered the 428 V8 engine as an option on its station wagon model lineup. The 428 V8 in question was not the famed Cobra Jet, but the engine from the Thunderbird with 345 underrated horsepower. So, with over 460 lb-ft of torque, the Country Squire could go fast, despite the size and weight.