Muscle Cars

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Late 1900’s Muscle Cars
Introduction: How it all started from the beginning. The late 1900’s muscle cars and the great spike in 1900 muscle cars. I. Why are they so expensive?
A. They have gone extinct
B. They aren’t sold now in days
C. There’s only a hand full of them left in the world
II. How much would one cost to restore a 1900’s muscle car?
A. Depends on how bad the car looks
B. The model of the car
C. If the parts of the car expensive to find
III. Why do some late 1900’s muscle cars cost more then others?
A. Some would cost more, due to the model of the car
B. What kinds of parts
C. What kind of motor
IV. Ford Mustang
A. the top favorite muscle car in the late 1900’s
B. Top Selling car in the 1900’s
C. The 1960’s best models
D. Hard to find now in days, especially 1960’s models
V. Chevrolet Camaro
A. 1960’s best models
B. Second highest selling muscle car
C. Copying a model like the mustangs, but not as fast a mustang
D. Great expensive car and hard to find
VI. Chevrolet Corvette
A. Great muscle car
B. The spike of the its year 1960’s
C. 1969 models having the highest peek in sold models for corvette VII. Plymouth Superbird
A. 1970’s highest peek, not min existence any
B. A racing car and also a driving car
C. Great legend in NASCAR racing and overall great muscle car VIII. 1969 Pontiac GTO
A. Great muscle car and expensive parts
B. a high chance in improvement and higher motor
C. Great competition car and muscle car
IX. Shelby Cobra
A. High expensive
B. rare to find now and days
C. Expensive and another great muscle car, great part of race car history

Late 1900’s Muscle Cars
In the late 1900’s the war was over and the production of vehicles bombed. In the beginning of the 1900’s and in the ending of the 1980’s there where some super cars called muscle cars. These muscle cars where very fast and popular vehicles back in the 1900’s. The first car that made this happen come true was the 1966, 67 Pontiac GTO. A muscle car was just a smaller vehicle with two passengers and that had V8 engine put into the vehicle. After the war so many people bought many vehicles and especially the best cars, such as the Mustangs and Camaro’s. There where muscle cars for the young men and for also the mature men in world.

Now in days so many cars in the late 1900’s are so expensive because of how many there were sold and not many left. There aren’t many sold in the world because now in days, these cars aren’t made anymore and have gone extinct. Not have gone extinct but have not made cars like in the 1900’s no more. There’s only a handful of these vehicles left in the world there body work of the cars makes them expensive. In the late 1900’s there where only a handful of vehicles that were made in certain years. That’s what makes these certain muscle cars very rear to high collectors that want to specific cars with exact years. High collectors that want to have specific cars in the late 1900’s find them eventually, but usually these vehicles cost a lot of money. That’s why 1900’s vehicles are rear now in days.

Second of all there are many cars that are still out there, but most cars that are found are very rusty or have been destroyed. The dream of a young kid or a young adult is to built there car of there dreams and they eventually do build there cars. Many people now in days don’t want to buy high expensive cars that have been fixed and ready to go. Many muscle car lovers, will love to build there car of there dreams by finding there vehicle beat up or destroyed. But once they find these vehicles they work on them themselves and love to build these cars from the “Ground, up”. This expression is used as saying that they love to start with an old beat up vehicle and restore it to its original form. But restoring a vehicle is not so easy now in days. This reason is because now in days there are harder parts to find on the year or model car you’re trying to find....
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