Super Rare Muscle Cars Built For Quarter Mile



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  • That Catalina engine was all business.

    Mike Rieck December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • See Mr.Peabody

    Mike Croly December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • Wow donate to people with exotic cars while I'm on the bus 🤔🤔🤔🤔

    Raymond Walker December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • The only problem I have with this video is that they put "liters" in the size of these engines. America is not a metric country, especially when these cars were made.

    James Smith December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • SORRY TO BE A WET BLANKET . BUT THE Z16 1965 WAS NOT BUILT FOR THE 1/4 MILE . IT WAS TO GET READY FOR THE 1966 CARS WHEN IT WOULD BE A TRUE RPO . AS FOR THE CAR IN THIS VIDEO IT'S NOT A REAL Z16 CAR . AS THE ENGINE HAS A VERY LUMPY CAM IN IT . PLUS IT DOESN'T HAVE A 396 ENGINE IN IT . CHEVY BUILT 201 OF THESE CARS 200 OF THEN WHERE HARD TOPS ONLY 1 WAS A CONVERTIBLE . IF YOU CAN FIND A REAL Z16 CAR IN MINT SHAPE IT WILL BRINK ABOUT $100,000 DOLLARS . BUT NOT THIS IT'S NOT A REAL Z16 CAR .

    ALAN YEAGER December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • i owned and raced a 1969 hurst amx one of two sent to canada.i also owned a 1967 mercury comet with the 427 engine.my last performance car was a baldwin/motion chevy vega. jim

    jim l'esperance December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • The timer @6:13, 63 Chevy Impala, Super Sport 409/425 4 spd. Mine was white w/red interior, this brings back many wonderful memories.

    Bobby Tucker December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • And then, there's the almost coulda should woulda, the 1969 Pontiac Ram Air V. IIRC, the 303 was to be the road race version, a 366 for NASCAR, the 400 the street version, and a very special 428 with dual quads and splayed main caps as the drag race version.

    Kevin Clark December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • Didn't see a 68 Hurst Olds

    Gary Dreyer December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • So where is the KING of this era, the AFX427 Side Oiler Fairlane?

    cavscout62 December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • —- ("M O P A R") —-

    V Max December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • Best car video ever.

    verdiablo December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • Honda today run faster than "muscle" of the day

    Jason Adams December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • I'm sure the neighbors just love hearing an old, open piped, Mopar pro stock, lighting up their street….

    M T December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • Love it 󾓦

    Doc Holiday 41 Colt December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • Cool video, but, Please don't speak to me in "liters".

    Saint Buenaventura December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • I wish all these shallow YouTube car videos would get off their global-socialist high ground and refer to those old engine displacements as they truly were – CUBIC INCHES. A 396 was a THREE-NINETY-SIX. A 413 was a FOUR-THIRTEEN. And if any dirt-bag would have come up to me when I was in my old '70 Roadrunner and said, "Hey; is that a SEVEN LITER?", I would have answered "It's a FOUR-TWENTY-SIX HEMI", and then I would have blown his head off. If I was building a 440-6V and installing the cam sprocket bolts, I would reach for my FIVE-EIGHTHS-inch socket, not a idiotic 15.875 mm socket. Stop with the idiotic revisionist COMMUNISM. Marxism is everywhere on YouTube.
    There, I feel better. HAVE A NICE DAY, GOD-DAMMIT.

    Easy Going December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • Dig those funky pizza slicers.

    James Connelly December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • 1:39 barracudas and cudas were different cars all together.

    GRAVEROBBER HQ December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • Nothing beats the sound of a healthy sounding American V-8. Doesn’t matter which manufacture made it, they ALL sound badass!!! Today’s ricer/tuner crowd has NO idea. Something that sounds like my Stihl weed-eater, no matter how fast it is , just isn’t the same.

    Chester Swing Jr December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • Boss 429, Yenko Camaro

    David Janowski December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • When I was a teenager my dads friend had a alcohol funny car. He also had a Hemi Dart that my dad called a factory drag car. He said it had an all aluminum body, Lexan windows, a 5-speed Lenco trans. The guy bought it strictly for the Hemi engine. One of my dads other friends bought the Dart and dropped a 10,000 RPM Cleveland in it with the Lenco trans behind it. He would launch at about 9000 RPM and pull the front tires off the ground. The guy worked in the west Texas oil fields and when they crashed in 1985 he pulled the Cleveland and Lenco and tires/wheels and moved off and abandoned the car and left it in a pasture full of weeds. I bet someone scrapped the car not knowing what it was! Sickening!

    trailerpark cryptoking December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • I grew up in the passenger seats of a 1969 1/2 RoadRunner 440 6 Pak & a 1968 Charger 383 Magnum.
    Todays idea of a muscle car is a $100,000 Demon.
    Kinda feel bad for the kids today riding in the passenger seat of a V6 4 door Charger.

    Frankly Speaking December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • Where do you live ? 1963 Pontiac not 1962.. if you don't know the please don't show it just be quite and let the rest enjoy the clip

    brian rhoads December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • Am 15 again !

    Luc Desaulniers December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • How do you spell performance?

    HEMI DART!

    Mark Dubois December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • Nothing sounds as good as American muscle!

    killa mime December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • you dont need 840hp to be quick

    Gary Johnson December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • The Pontiac you show is a 63, not a 62. My dad had a 62 Catalina Swiss cheese aluminum wonder ordered, 2 door post 421 dual 4s and a 4 speed. Mickey Thompson was building the engines at the time and unfortunately my dad ordered it too late in the year and couldn't get it. Dealer told him he'd be first in line for a 63 and he told them to stuff it, didn't want a 63. Now he kicks himself for not getting it, they are worth big $. Last one I saw, some years ago went across the auction block for almost a quarter mil. He also had a 61 Ventura that he ordered new, 425-A engine Wich is the 348 hp 389 also with a 4 speed. Currently he and my mom still have the very first car they bought together after almost 60 years of marriage,62 grand Prix, 303 hp 389 with the old roto hydromatic auto in it.

    John Asbach December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply
  • 69 SS AMX

    MegaJavelin1970 December 8, 2020 1:27 pm Reply

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