Classic timeless: Top 20 Greatest American Muscle Cars

With the power and bravado these beasts exude, Americans have developed an affection for muscle cars. From vintage models to the newest versions, car enthusiasts are taken. A number of popular models originated in the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. Muscle cars have become icons of American pop culture.

We’ve decided to showcase some of the most iconic muscle cars over the years, including those known for their power and torque on short track tracks.

20. 1969 ½ Dodge Super Bee A12

Based on the Dodge Coronet, this muscle car was built from 1968 to 1973 and is pretty much a rebadged Road Runner with similar looks.

The biggest difference is the longer wheelbase and additional 65 pounds in weight. A bumblebee tail stripe, an enhanced grille, chrome plated medallions of the Bee along with a few other differences are visible.

19. 1971 Baldwin-Motion Phase III GT Corvette

It was first presented to the world in 1969 at the New York City International Auto Show as the Baldwin-Motion Phase III GT Corvette. Air conditioning was offered as a luxury item along with an LS6 big block engine with an open chamber, aluminum heads, and headers as well as an over 500 horsepower Holly four barrel engine. There was a lot of drag racing on this car, and it was very fast.