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10 Muscle Cars That Were More Show Than Substance

Muscle cars run in the blood of every American gearhead, and for good reason. What started out as a distinctly American car segment now has followers and passionate muscle-heads all over the world. Muscle cars are known for their raw, unadulterated power, housing massive engines in light cars that speed like crazy in a straight …

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Here’s What The 1964 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 Costs Today

If you know much about American car history and brands that made many firsts, then you would have likely heard of Oldsmobile. It was founded in 1987, which is way ahead of the likes of other famous American automotive manufacturers like Chevrolet. As early as 1901, the team at Oldsmobile created the first-ever speedometer to …

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The Only ’60s Muscle Cars We’d Buy Over A Mustang Boss 429

With the horsepower wars raging in the late 1960s, many outstanding and powerful muscle cars came to life. Ford was one American automaker that shone well throughout this decade. Muscle cars were faster and more polished than ever before in the late 1960s, and one of the most fascinating aspects of this progression has been …

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5 Muscle Cars We Wouldn’t Touch With A 10-Foot Pole (5 Every Gearhead Should Own)

American automakers have also made their fair share of bad cars, but they have made enough great cars to more than make up for that, most especially sports cars in general and muscle cars in particular. Any large company is guilty, at least to some degree of corporate apathy. Unfortunately, even the precious muscle car …

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Here’s What The 1973 Oldsmobile 442 Is Worth Today

At the time when Oldsmobile put a padlock on its doors, it was America’s oldest automobile brand. Although younger generations may not be that familiar with this iconic manufacturer, most car fans remember and cherish the vehicles that came from its production tracks. Oldsmobile was the mark General Motors used for a line of its …

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10 Reasons Why Every Gearhead Should Own An Oldsmobile 4-4-2 W30

Oldsmobile was mostly seen as a more comfortable alternative to Chevrolet’s harshness, Plymouth’s simplicity, and Pontiac’s speed and power. It was a company to compete with Cadillac but still be the less expensive alternative. While Oldsmobile made some great cars – the Toronado, the Vista Cruiser, and the Starfire, but to name a few – …

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Here’s How Much A 1966 Oldsmobile Cutlass Costs Today

The year is 1966, the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and trips to the moon are all the rage, and General Motors‘ Oldsmobile division puts out the Oldsmobile Cutlass. Oldsmobile Cutlass―named after a type of sword from the Age of Sail―is a range of vehicles produced from 1961 to 1999, and they were Oldsmobile’s entry-level model. People …

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