Before "hybrids" and "e-cars" were vogue, and when testosterone still flowed heavily through the veins of All American Men, there was a saying … "There's no substitute for cubic inches." Meaning, that the bigger the engine, the badder it was. Not only in terms of sheer horsepower, but more importantly in terms of raw, spinal-fracturing torque.
Bigger was better, in the days of old Detroit … Before the bailouts, before the bankruptcies, before the Unions and the "government" became co-owners, and before the "green" brigade began to dictate to the American People what they should or should not be driving.
Have you noticed that today, any old "pony" car is called a Muscle Car? Apparently, any old Mustang is a muscle car, so is any old Challenger, 'Cuda, or anything else with decals and scoops from the late' 60s and early '70s. It's sort of like the "Woodstock" or the … Read More