Boy Things’ top Muscle Car list, introduced in the late 20th century!
Here are the cars that ranks from Ten to One in our list:
TEN : Plymouth Hemi Cuda
The HemiCuda by Plymouth was simply a high-performance version of BaraCuda
NINE : ’69 Ford Torino Talladega
The name Torino came from the name of a city in Italy named Turin (Torino in Italian)
EIGHT : ’71 Plymouth Roadrunner
Plymouth paid Warner Bros.-Seven Arts to use the name of Roadrunner and also to develop the iconic “beep beep” horn
SEVEN :’68 Dodge Dart
Also known as the Hemi Dart, a very limited model from Dodge it was
SIX : ’64 Buick Riviera
It was the first luxury car from GM’s Buick
FIVE : ’68 Plymouth Bara Cuda Formula S
Witnessing the success of the two-door Mustang, Plymouth introduced this model in 1968
FOUR : ’69 Dodge Charger 500
This car was build to compete with the Torino Talladega and a few other cars of similar class
THREE : ’73 Pontiac Firebird
The Firebird is one of the most iconic production from Pontiac
TWO : ’67 Pontiac GTO
The GTO series from Pontiac was a symbolic American Muscle Car
ONE : ’68 Shelby Mustang GT 500
Carrlol Shelby and Ford, together introduced this car in 1968
So, these are the top 10 Muscle Cars that Hot Wheels collectors must boast to have in their collection, from the late 20th Century! This is a list prepared from the perspective of the Boy Things, if you guys feel we have left out a car that should have made to the list, do comment below and let us know!
Suggestions are always welcomed! Cheers.