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no replacement for displacement haha saw that quote the other day
I believe I was the one who used that quote haha
"Muscle Car - An American performance car from the early 60's to the early 70's. They were generally an upgraded variant of a less powerful family car. Companies such as Chevy, Ford, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Buick, Dodge, and Plymouth joined the game. They all followed the same basic rules: 1. there is no replacement for displacement 2. there is no substitute for cubic inches 3. horsepower sells motors, but torque wins races.
The basic idea was to get the biggest engine and stick it in the smallest car available at the time. The muscle car era was killed by inflating gas prices, emissions, and the cracking down of insurance companies."
Two Stang MF'er
Black 06 GT 5 speed, CAI, tuned, various electronics, scoops, nothing special
Red 06 v6 Vert
Tungsten 2007 v6 - SOLD
Originally Posted by ironh19
totally, if any animal hits my car, I will genocide that species. thats why there are no kids in my neighborhood now.
Originally Posted by Diabolical!
It would be excellent on a presidential ballot: "None of the above. They're all idiots."
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