Noticed that as well but the author is defining a muscle car as "overpowered iron beasts" and "anything but agile". The 70 Boss 302, for the time, was a pretty agile car (as agile as one could get on Goodyear polyglass tires). Anyway, the survey itself is wrong based on the definition of a muscle car in the article.Half the cars on that list are pony cars rather than true muscle cars. How can the Judge not be on that list. ...
I was gonna make that list, but decided otherwise.....i think the list is fair
the (2) mustangs belong there and we got the Cuda and Charger
the list cant be 10 Challengers
1.1970 426 challenger
2. 1970 Challenger TA
3. 1970 440/6 challenger
4. 1970 Pink Panther challenger
5. 1970 Sublime Challenger
6. 1971 Challenger 426
7. 1972 Challenger 440
8. 1973 Challenger 340
9. 1974 Challenger
10. 1980 Challenger(or whatever year it was)
does that list look acceptable?
Having lived through that era. #1. 427 CI. Shelby Cobra and there is no argument here but this wasn't a true production car. SO depending on how you look at it IMO it was the 1970 HEMI Cuda. You people would of had to see one with nothing more than the right Tires and Wheels and a good exhaust. Nothing but a good running 427 Cobra could touch a Hemi Cuda. I am talking Stock.