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Evolution of the Chrysler 300 Letter Series In 1955, Chrysler introduced the C-300, a homologation special that reshaped the American high-performance market. The subsequent 300B (1956) became the first American production model to achieve one horsepower per cubic inch, marking the emergence of early muscle cars. Despite their power and luxury, the C-300 and 300B...
  In 1965, Dodge breathed new life into its lineup with the reintroduction of the Coronet as a midsize car. This move laid the foundation for the emergence of two high-performance siblings. The iconic Charger made its debut in 1966, positioned as a premium offering. By 1968, it had transformed into a full-fledged muscle car....
The Early Years - Chrysler C-300 and the Rise of High Horsepower Introduced in 1955, the Chrysler C-300 marked Chrysler's entry into the high-performance realm. Sporting a 300-horsepower engine, it set the stage for American muscle cars. The 300B, introduced in 1956, achieved a milestone by delivering one horsepower per cubic inch with its upgraded...
The Discovery Retired from the public roads for reasons unknown, a 1967 Mercury Cougar, a representative of the golden era pony cars, recently resurfaced. Having spent decades in storage without a drop of gasoline, this classic vehicle was fortunate enough to be housed in a garage, shielding it from the elements. Surprisingly, despite the common...
In the realm of affordable and innovative automobiles, Citroen is renowned for iconic models like the Traction Avant and DS. However, amidst their lineup, there's a gem that stands out—the Citroen SM, a luxury grand tourer born two years after Citroen's acquisition of Maserati. Project S and Maserati Collaboration The roots of the SM can be...