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Ask any avid Camaro or Mustang fan about the original ponycar era and youre bound to feel their pain Theyll describe cars that lit the tires on fire floor it and hang onto the wheel excitement When people utter the words American Muscle Car two distinctive cars come to mind The Camaro SS and the Mustang GT Both of these cars have been around for generations on end and loved by all types of people It has been only recently that both cars have battled head to head so fiercely You are either a hard core Chevy fan or a hardcore Ford fan most everybody picks either Chevy or Ford There are many similarities and differences in both of these cars The Camaro SS has leaps and bounds of muscle car DNA Its there in numerous ways overhead valves V-8 and a stick shift transmission to get you where you want to go just like the Z28s and SSs of thirty years ago No gizmo-actuated variable-valve timing no overhead cams and no independent rear suspension just a 320 horsepower monster V-8 The SS turns 0-60 times in the low five second range with 0-100 approaching in the low thirteens There has been little change in the SSs from last year to this The addition of audio controls on the steering wheel an optional 12-disc CD changer new interior fabrics and new alloy wheels available on all Camaros The Mustang GT is also a great American Muscle Car The GT produces a low but above average 260 horsepower this will you from 0-60 in 55 seconds and 0-100 in 141 seconds The base price of the Mustang is a respectable 22870 but can be built up to a 25000 kick-ass sports car easily A 2270 in essential options is a must if you are really after the all American Sports car 17-inch alloy wheels with high performance rubber black leather sport bucket seats stereo upgrade all
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