If we hear the term "muscle car" may arise in our minds the two perceptions of good and bad. Recall the history of muscle cars that started around since the 1960's which begins with the emergence of well-known brands include the classic Chevrolet Camaro, Ford Mustang, Pontiac GTO, Dodge Challenger and Plymouth Barracuda. Muscle cars in the first image is also synonymous with young people who spent time on the street and drove car very fast.
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The muscle cars of the world pioneers in the 1960's recognized that some of their cars going too fast and too strong, so the body is considered less balanced by the force and velocity generated. Many of those who have had an accident because the brakes would not hold the pace car. Because of this inconvenience, and then made some improvements from the aspect of body and muscle car engine.
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More recently the existence of different profiles, the car also appears again in the modern era, including the 2010 Chevy Camaro, 2010 Dodge Charger and 2011 Ford Mustang. Some significant changes in the modern era are the focus development of muscle cars are no longer prioritizing the muscle, but on speed.
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Modern muscle car that comes up is the latest 2011 Ford Mustang GT V8 engine that uses, with the power to 400 horsepower and 5.0 liters, while composed of six-speed transmissions are available in both automatic and manual transmission versions. One advantage of this muscle car is not only prioritizes speed and power, but also features a very comfortable interior.
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