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Bigger Better Newer this used to be the tag line of every auto salesman I ever met but in todays world it should read smaller smoother slower Americans have a love affair with the automobile but the love may be dying a slow death as the latest technology electronics and smaller engines make todays cars slower and more expensive to service In the early 1970s the cars did not have some if any of these new features Older cars have larger engines making them faster stylish frames and bodies that project a presence and reliable non-electronic technology that keeps repair costs low The muscle cars of the 1970s are better than the newest models of today due to these features Ask your favorite Gear Head to compare the repair costs of new and older cars his answer might shock you Tools such as diagnostic computers that are required to figure out what the problem is and precision parts designed and built overseas add up to a large repair bill on newer cars Even though it is true to say that one does use some tools on both new and old cars such as wrenches and screwdrivers the older cars are easier to maintain due to the lack of modern electronics and high-end technology Very little beyond those wrenches and screwdrivers are ever needed to repair a muscle car Why is it that muscle cars are so popular The power of course Older cars were built for speed and acceleration performance to use a key word in the automotive world Todays newer fancier cars are being built with smaller and smaller engines Small engines are fine for a typical drive to the store but pale in comparison to the large block powerhouses of the late 1960s and early 1970s Larger engines last longer They turn many fewer RPMs revolutions per minute than smaller engines Thus the wear and tear on them on a daily basis is
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