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Muscle cars are, by definition, extreme. They’re all about more style and power than is really necessary. This is what it looks like when pro builders get their hands on the most iconic American muscle cars.
’71 Cuda by Salvaggio Automotive Design
Built for and on Forgeline wheels.
’69 Mustang ‘Project Nasty’
Christiana Muscle Cars stuffed an ’07 Shelby GT500 engine into this ’69 classic.
’67 Mustang Obsidian Sg-One
Autoworks International spend $1.3 million building this 900hp Mustang.
’70 Firebird ‘Dark Energy’
Thomas Cronkright and Brian Moat are the masterminds behind this 1020 horsepower, twin turbo chicken.
Ford XC Falcon by Adam Lebrese
LeBrese’s custom Falcon earned the Street Machine of the Year title in 2012.
’73 Camaro by Jim Stehlin
Another Forgeline project, a classic Camaro designed to carve corners.
Furious Bare Metal ’69 Charger
As seen in the last scene of the latest Fast and Furious film, this plain looking Charger packs an insane 2000 hp.