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AUSTRALIAN MUSCLE CARS
This website is dedicated to muscle cars. You might be wondering what a muscle car is. A muscle car is typically used to describe a mid –size car that has a large powerful motor. The power to weight ratio is also quite high. Basically the term muscle car is used to refer to a variety of high powered cars.
Most muscle cars originate from the U.S.A and
In the world of Muscle Cars,
Holden produced the one and only Holden Monaro followed by the release of 4 high powered Toranas. The GTR-XU1 (1970-1973), SLR 5000 (74-77), L34 (74) and the A9X (77)
Chrysler produced the R/T Valiant Charger from 71-73. The main distinction of the Chrysler was the Hemi Engines featuring triple Weber Carburetors.
The Australian Muscle Car era some might say ended with the release of the Australian Design Rule regarding emissions in 1976.