Hemmings Muscle Machines

An Enduring Era

“…that old saying, all good things come to an end, but I think we may have finally proven that wrong.”

Recently, I have heard several comments from middle-aged car enthusiasts, stating that the muscle car era, as we have known it, is over. WHAT? They pontificate that the current bevy of new factory muscle machines are lighter, more fuel efficient, more powerful, better looking, and overall, better optioned… as well as much, much faster!

Okay, we all know that

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