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Muscle Car Models You've Never Heard Of

Here are some obscure muscle cars that have been forgotten by time, but are still beautiful in our book.

Chrysler 300 Hurst

The 300-hp Hemi V8 in the Chrysler 300 debuted in 1955, making it arguably the first muscle car. Although discontinued in 1965, it made a brief comeback in 1970 with the Hurst Edition. Combining luxury and performance, the Hurst was very special.

De Tomaso Pantera

The car is Italian, but under the hood is all Detroit. With a 330-hp Ford 351 V8, this muscle car looks like a Ferrari or Lamborghini, but roars like a grizzly.

Ford Galaxie 7-Liter

Following the success of the GTO, Ford decided to follow the same model- plop a really big engine into a full-sized coupe. The 428 engine allowed for air conditioning and power steering, great luxuries for the time. It still produced 345-hp and 462 lb-ft of torque at 2,000 RPM, making it a comfortable and enjoyable ride on the open road or in town.

AMC Javelin

The AMC Javelin is largely forgotten, though its 325-hp 6.4-liter V8 engine could compete with the more recognized muscle cars of its time. This one is a true beauty.

Mercury Marauder X-100

A 360-hp 429 V8 powered Mercury's flagship sedan of 1969 and 1970. It combined luxury with muscle power in a unique and beautiful way. Weighing two tons (and more with options), it is amazing that its top speed was 126 mph.

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