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Remember when gas was cheap, cylinders were eight, and cubic inches meant something? Well, top off the tank, those days are back.
Here are five All-American, street-scorching muscle cars for The Duel. Roll up your sleeves, squint into the sun, powershift down the road.
1963 Corvette Sting Ray "Split Window" Coupe--One of the greatest collector Corvettes of all. Designed to end the racetrack domination of the Ford-powered Cobra, it quickly became the king of the American road.
1969 Dodge Charger Daytona--A street rocket with incredible macho power. Big tires, big engine, big appetite for long, straight blacktop. This muscle was all biceps - the last of a dying breed.
1968 Shelby GT500 Cobra--The Carroll Shelby and Ford Mustang combo that destroyed challengers. On a good road - smooth and fast - its mighty engine bred confidence bordering on arrogance.
1967 Pontiac GTO--Grand Turismo Omologato by birth, but nicknamed The Goat. It was the first American muscle car - a gutsy performer that frequently blew the doors off other production automobiles.
1969 COPO 95620 ZL-1 Camaro--If ever a killer Camaro existed, this was it. Only 69 were built, but its special-option, full-race, aluminum-block, 427-cubic-inch engine made it arguably the fastest American production car of all time.