World’s Most Iconic Muscle Cars Reimagined and Restored (Automotive Legends of America)

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The Mustang moniker is now associated with an electric crossover and Chevrolet is working on an electric Camaro. I think it’s clear, the age of American muscle cars can be pronounced dead. But wait a minute, here at Automotive Territory we don’t have to accept this dreadful reality. Lets use our visual time machine and travel back to the Golden era of the most iconic muscle cars and ponies. On today’s menu we have beautiful restomods that elevate the classics to the new heights and pure originals that keep the true spirit of big bore engines!
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00:00 Introduction
00:49 Ringbrothers Caged

In 2022 one of the roofless versions of the 1964.5 Ford Mustang served as a canvas for the Ring Brother’s latest restoration project called Caged. Expectedly, the Wisconsin team replaced almost every component with new inhouse built pieces.

02:14 1987 Buick Grand National by Omaze

04:03 1969 Pontiac GTO 400 by RK Motors

Pontiac GTO is often referred to as the original 1960s muscle car, the model that started the Big 4 obsession with performance automobiles, and the vehicle that actually made muscle cars so popular with buyers. This 1969 example is on sale with RK Motors, boasting a complete 10-year rotisserie restoration.

05:32 TransAm Worldwide The 70/SS

TransAm Worldwide The 70/SS pays tribute to the iconic “coke bottle body” 1970 Chavelle Super Sport but uses underpinnings from the modern Chavy Camaro soft top.

06:57 Dodge Charger SPEEDKORE “Hellucination”

1968 Dodge Charger SPEEDKORE “HELLUCINATION”recreates the original model with a custom frame, lightweight bodywork and a 7L Dodge Hellephant V8.

08:25 1970 Oldsmobile 442

The 4-4-2 came out in 1964 as a the General Motors’ answer to the Pontiac GTO. At first it was a hastily put together option package for the F-85 and Cutlass models, but later became an independent Oldsmobile of its own.

09:40 1967 Shelby GT500 by Revology

This 1967 Shelby GT500 by Revology carries the number 86 and wears JetBlack Metalic paint with SilverFrost Le Mans stripes.

11:19 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda’ AAR by RK Motors:

This 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda’ ARR belongs to the 3rd generation of the model that finally distances itself from Plymouth Valiant, acquires new underpinnings, and boast fresh body design.

12:54 1969 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 “Valkyrja” by Ringbrothers

Originally Chevrolet developed Camaro as a counter to the massively popular Ford Mustang. This custom modification by Ring Brothers pays tribute to the original facelift of 1969 and was named the Camaro ZL1 Valkyrija.

14:14 AMC Javelin AMX by Ringbrothers

American Motors Corporation is one of the few conglomerates of the 20th century that challenged the big three. Their iconic AMC Javelin was manufactured across two generations since 1968. It became the Trans-Am race series winner in 1971, 72 and 76.

15:32 1971 Plymouth Road Runner:

1971 Plymouth Road Runner is a debut model of the 2nd generation Road Runner, that had completely revised bodywork and new V8 engines.

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