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Posted on: 3/11/2015 by Car Guy
The Ford Mustang is a very popular car. Ever since the first one rolled off the assembly line in 1964, people have seen Mustangs as a workhorse--even the car's logo in a running horse to symbolize its strength, speed, and power. But the Mustang isn't necessarily one of those cars that's reserved only for people who like to drive fast. Many types of people drive Mustangs--students, mothers, doctors, teachers. It's a very assessable car. Since its introduction, the car has greatly influenced the automotive industry.  Read More
Posted on: 1/16/2015 by Car Guy
Corvettes are usually considered one of the most stylish and expensive cars on the market. Even the classic Chevrolet Corvette, the first corvette to roll off the production line, was sleek and sexy. Corvettes are known for their speed, too, which is why it's often used as a pace car in races. The history of the corvette is quite interesting, especially if you don't know much about it.  Read More
Posted on: 9/9/2013 by Matt Robertson
The cars from 1970s are most often remembered more for their lack of power. This was an era accompanied by high gas prices and escalating insurance premiums, unlike today's car insurance. Old car models from 1970 represented the the peak of the muscle car era (1964-72). Muscle Cars of '70s were an emergent group, as most manufacturers shifted performance away from the old school power-to-weight ratio, to an emphasis for more balanced, well handling touring machines. This set the tone for well into the '80s, however, most manufacturers still offered up a performance platform for most every enthusiast and most every budget, while insurance companies still provided car insurance. Old car fans rejoice, here are the Top 10 muscle cars of the '70s:  Read More