An American muscle car, make it bigger, faster, stronger. Detroit carmakers saw what the hot rodders were doing in the late 60’s and started bringing these ideas to the workingman. Steal a few ideas from Italian supercars and the muscle car was born. Popular culture stole it back and has never let it go, badass rebellion and freedom. We can’t think of a type of car that gets customized more as people express their inner rebel.
A classic heirloom treasure that can be passed on and played with for generations.