Muscle Cars,Cuda,GTO,Roadrunner

By: Travis Eugen Kast

Work Cited

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Black Barracuda. Personal photograph by author. N.d.

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Roadrunner, New Jersey. Personal photograph by author. N.d.


The Roadrunner

In 1974 Road Runner. was, as one might expect, a virtual clone. the Roadrunners had four-speed transmission and car was luxurious for a Road Runner. the roadrunner also they had two doors

The GTO

The 1967 Pontiac GTO stands as one of the most beautiful muscle cars of all time. To their iconic muscle car's pleasing nose, Pontiac designer’s added simple polished "chain link" grille inserts.

The Barracuda

According to Denny von Finn, famous muscle cars were built in the 1960’s and 1970’n (4). This means that muscles cars some are no longer built today. Von Finn also noted that a “muscle car is a two door passenger car. It has room for a driver and three to four other people