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Jay
Posted on: 2007/1/6 14:09
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My personal "muscle car"
Flame on!


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JMorris
Posted on: 2007/1/8 18:36
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Re: My personal "muscle car"
Foreign = Tuner
American = Muscle Car

Just my humble opinion. Not to disrespect foreign performance. After all, I own a Toyota Corolla.


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Jay
Posted on: 2007/1/8 23:21
Not too shy to talk
Joined: 2007/1/4
From: Earth
Posts: 27
Re: My personal "muscle car"
Technically anything new is a tuner. A new Stang needs tweeking as much as a new Civic. I think theyre all tuners lol. I agree tho the Eclipse fits the tuner bill. RX7's and Supra's ect. are considered muscle cars.


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JMorris
Posted on: 2007/1/15 18:20
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Re: My personal "muscle car"
I would have to agree with you to an extent. The Nissan Skyline, Mazda RX-7, Toyota Supra, and my persaonal favorite, the Subaru WRX STi are all-out factory muscle cars that truly represent the spirit of affordable performance.

I guess what it boils down to is that I wanted to try to keep the subject matter of this site limited to American Muscle Cars, but if I'm truly going to represent the "Muscle Car Scene", I might have to re-evaluate my original plans.


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70skylark
Posted on: 2007/11/20 18:42
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Re: My personal "muscle car"
u kidding?
my personal muscle car: !970 buick skylark 350
few mods
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