ANSWERS: 32
  • Classic muscle cars for me.
  • Classic muscle! A stock V-8 in a mustang will beat a stock 4. My point is that if you want horsepower, why not start high and add to it? Why buy a 4, then dump $10 grand in it to get it where a Mustang (or equivalent) starts?
  • I prefer classic muscle. I'd love to have a GTO.
  • See Avatar, 1970 LS-6 Chevelle SS. 454/450 Cowl Induction. I wish it was in my garage.
  • Rocket. Over 250 HP (sometimes well over) from the showroom for under $30, 0-60 in under 6 seconds (sometimes well under), the ability to actually corner, and I can drive in all five seasons. Ever take a Mustang mud-bogging? If not, you would never make it to my house two months out of the year. I will admit that muscle cars are better looking, but I prefer cars over museum pieces. Driving is more than just doing straight-line runs on dry pavement too.
  • 1970'cuda 440 6pk. 1969 hemi roadrunner(beep beep) 1964 327 fuel injected corvette 1969 Z28 camaro(302) 1968 GTO 389 6ppk 1964 Chevrolet Impala 409 1968 442 Oldsmobile "AND THE BEAT GOES ON..."
  • 68 chevelle SS 427......mommy can i go play.muscle all the way.my friend tom has a 69 roadrunner 440 6 pack.
  • That's easy: Classic Muscle
  • I own a mazda rx7 turbo that will blow away most muscle cars but i also own a mustang cobra that is quite fast, and theres nothing else like the sound of a v8. I would have to say 50/50.
  • Classic muscle is my favorite but who can afford the gas now?
  • ROCKETS. YOU CAN GET A BIG AMOUNT OF POWER INTO A SMALL BLOCK, EXAMPLE: SUPRA, SKYLINE..... JUST GET A GARRET GT60RS!!!!! AND A TON OF MODS.... INCLUDING A BIG SHOT OF NITROUS... AND THERE YOU HAVE A BAD ASS LIGHTWEIGHT CAR WITH 1000 HORSES IN SOME CASES!!!!! ;)
  • ROCKETS. YOU CAN GET A BIG AMOUNT OF POWER INTO A SMALL BLOCK, EXAMPLE: SUPRA, SKYLINE..... JUST GET A GARRET GT60RS!!!!! AND A TON OF MODS.... INCLUDING A BIG SHOT OF NITROUS... AND THERE YOU HAVE A BAD ASS LIGHTWEIGHT CAR WITH 1000 HORSES IN SOME CASES!!!!! ;)
  • I have to go rice on this one. stock costs less, less than half the mass, and with usually just a few upgrades you can send your skeevy neighbors Camaro to the back lot. Ever drive a Lancer Evo VII? try it and give me a call.
  • Classic is muscle usually looks cooler, but it seems like you can get more performance out of a rice rocket for less money.
  • classic muscle
  • you dont ned 8 cylinders to move a 2,000lb vehicle. nor do you need rwd. The weight savings and ease of use makes me stick to smaller cars. @4$/gallon, anyone that can get to 0-100mph in 10 seconds is fast. but doing it at a much lower running cost is better. technology is where its at, and you dont need 300ci to impress me. Well, maybe a domestic, but when you can make all the power you need for the street in a tiny 4 banger. then i say time to live and let go of the old crap. Cuase quite frankly, i slightly worked civic today would run circles around a stock performance racing car of the 60's and 70's. that ace does not just include a 1/4 mile. but drivability, visabulity, throttle response, handling, fuel economy, braking.... i mean seriously, do you brag about having an old 8 track too or just old blocks, OLD LARGE blocks of aluminum? obviously combustion motors are unhealthy, so from a nature point of view it sides with 4 bangers... 2 each his own
  • lmao to the first response. I drive a Honda S2000 and stock for stock a RUSTANG has no chance. unless you start crying and say no no what about a saleen bla bla. its all about power to weight ratios. also id love to see any of those classic cars do anything other than go in a stright line
  • Neither,I like my weinerschnitzel rocket.
  • classic muscle
  • a 6.4 liter F-250 diesel superduty pick up with about 4k in bolt on mods and a propane shot you can get close to 10's in the 1/4
  • I prefer my vehicles to be made with wrenches not chopsticks
  • now hold on. i agree, some ferraris sound fantastic, especially the older gtb, california specials, super americas, and definitly the enzo but do they sound better than a 800 hp ford small block at redline? or better than a blown 454 idling? the answer is no. its no more a fair comparison than 4x4 trucks to luxary sedans. completely oposite ends of the spectrum. and its not a matter of taste. its a matter of respect for individuality. every car serves its purpose and thats that. remember, many import cars are hauled around by big american v8s, and many tuners have had their butt handed to them on the drag track. dont be so negative
  • Question:If its NOT muscle then why are the Mustang,Challenger,and Camaro(soon) all coming back retro w/ V8's and manual transmissions? Lets see..retro ricer's...B210 Datsun..OK
  • I'll take muscle...I guess. I live in New England and Have driven the following cars all winter long in serious snow so don't give me any of that crap about can't handle bad weather. 88 Mustang LX 5.0, 97 Camaro, 66 Chevelle, 83 Camaro. I drove everyone of those cars in bad weather, never missed a day of work because of it. You just have to have good tires, weight in the rear and now how to drive. The idea that american muscles cars can only go straight is also stupid and incorrect. Unless we're talking about cars from the 60's....you wanna compare them to cars from Japan from the 60's? Didn't think so. I'm not bashing imports though. I like all cars. The bashing of either side just shows your ignorance and usually age. I'm currently thinking of moving on from my camaro, has almost 120,000 miles now. One car I'm pondering is a WRX and an Eclipse/Talon awd turbo....just need to find a used one that isn't beat and modded to hell. That might be tough. Like finding a stock fox body mustang in good shape. The 88 LX i had ran 14.0's in the 1/4 with just exaust, short throw shifter and 3.73 gears. That car was fun as hell. Wish I still had it.
  • Classic muscle...
  • Honda_S are you a lil kid? Seriously....the S2000 is a nice sports car, but if you think its the gift from god...lol right. There are newer Vettes running low 11's in the 1/4 that would blow your s2000 out of the water in a straight line or a road course and guess what...they dont cost that much more than your S2000 did. Get a clue man. I dont know what vette you think runs low 11's that cost as much as an s2k. buddy your missinformed. you might be talking about a z06 but they price is nowere near what an s2k cost and with the diffrence in price a couple of grand will have an s2k spacking your so called vette. get real and id give respect to a muscle car when it can do something other than a 1/4 mile.
  • yank cars dont handle jap cars have no sole euro mettle all the way.
  • American muscle
  • "Rice rockets" cuz first off, they are the same horsepower as a gay a** muscle car, but they have computers to regulate their power.. a mitsubishi eclipse has the same horsepower as a mustang or a vette but the computer chip regulates it's speed and gives it a lower reading.. if you take the chip out, you could whup any american car, especially because the weight of a japanese car is WAY less than an american car.. And face it, the japanese are WAY more experienced in car building than we are, their technology is far past ours... the rice rockets are MADE for tuning, and accept any extra horsepower you throw on em'.. you get turbo for the japanese cars and superchargers for old school american cars.. but nos, weight reduction, computer chips, suspension etc. are harder to find, harder to install, and harder to control on old school bull s**t cars...
  • Classic muscle any day! Second choice is current muscle.
  • Well i drive during the summers and on nice days my '69 mustang fastback and it can smoke any rice burners or any foriegn junk and most American cars
  • Classic Muscle.. I'll take 440 big block, turbo charged, chevy against any rice muncher any day.. when the green drops the bull "peep" stops.

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