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Re: american muscle cars culture? does it exists?
« Reply #20 on: May 18, 2008, 07:07:31 PM »
Try http://www.abebooks.com/ for books. I assume they ship world wide. Muscle car - sure. It's a way of life, so much so, we don't even think about it - we just do it.
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Re: american muscle cars culture? does it exists?
« Reply #21 on: January 05, 2010, 12:33:36 PM »
Some classic muscle cars cost more than a Ferrari or Lamborghini today but that was not always the case and you can still find a cheap powerful 3rd or 4th generation V8 Mustang or Camaro for the price of a Golf GTI in Poland.
 Movies and TV series such as "Bullitt", "Cannonball", "Speedtrap", "Vanishing point" and "the Dukes of Hazard" certainly made muscle cars legendary but the opposite happened with movies like "Fast'n Furious" which started the trend of import Asian and European car enthusiasts for the younger generation in North America.

 

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