TopSpeed's Most Popular American Sports | Pony Cars Of 2021 - gallery

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  • TopSpeed's Most Popular American Sports | Pony Cars Of 2021 - gallery
  • TopSpeed's Most Popular American Sports | Pony Cars Of 2021 - gallery
  • TopSpeed's Most Popular American Sports | Pony Cars Of 2021 - gallery
    With EV's making headway this year, let's kick things off with the all-electric Mustang Cobra Jet 1400. Back in June Bob Tasca III broke the 1/4 mile record with a time of 8.12 seconds at 171 mph
  • TopSpeed's Most Popular American Sports | Pony Cars Of 2021 - gallery
    From one Mustang to another, here's another Stang that smashed the 1/4 mile stick shift record
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    Dubbed the Constantine, this orange beast set a top quarter-mile time of 6.956 seconds at 202.00 mph with Joel Steele at the wheel
  • TopSpeed's Most Popular American Sports | Pony Cars Of 2021 - gallery
    Moving onto a classic, the Ford Capri. We aptly called it the European Pony Car and you guys definitely resonated with that title
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    The Capri was Ford Europe's answer to the Mustang back in the '60s. We have gone over every generation of the Capri at length
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    Next, let's talk Mercury. This green beauty was a 1 of 53 1969 Mercury Cougar XR7 Super Cobra that went under the hammer at Barrett Jackson auctions
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    It shared its underpinnings with the Mustang and featured V-8 Jet Big Block mated to a close-ratio four-speed manual under the hood. This pristine example finally crossed the block at $165,000
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    2022 will also see the return of the 572 COPO Camaro. Only 700 COPO Camaro's have been produced since Chevy re-instated the program back in 2012
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    Under the hood lies a truly mammoth 9.4 liter cast iron Big Block V-8 engine that only produces 436 hp but expect the number to be fairly high
  • TopSpeed's Most Popular American Sports | Pony Cars Of 2021 - gallery
    The story of GM mechanic Richard Smith's 1968 C3 Chevy Corvette was a fascinating read according to many of you
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    Drawing inspiration from several Chevy concepts and experimental cars, Richard went to great lengths to make this one his own.
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    Moving on to yet another Vette, this one was dubbed the King Rat and was designed to be a road-going missile by Bruno’s Custom Corvette Shop in Studio City, California
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    The King Rat even appeared on the cover of 1976 Car Magazine and was based around a 1966 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray convertible
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    Our story on Griffin Steinfeld’s LS Powered 1966 Chevelle SS was very popular with readers. In our feature piece, this Chevelle clocked 8.46 seconds at 171 mph
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    The passion that the father-son dup share for this one of a kind LS-powered Chevelle truly was very inspiring indeed
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    Speaking of father-son duo's, here is another track weapon built on that same passion. Okay this isn't a Pony car per se, but we just couldn't ignore this 3200 hp '99 Viper GTS
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    18 years old Milan set a quarter-mile mark of 6.95 seconds at 202.67 mph while his father took the Viper up to 244 mph on the half-mile
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    Now, this Vette was intended to be a Cobra Killer. GM wanted a slice of the Cobra's success and tasked William P. "Bill" Thomas to come up with something. The result was the Cheetah
  • TopSpeed's Most Popular American Sports | Pony Cars Of 2021 - gallery
  • TopSpeed's Most Popular American Sports | Pony Cars Of 2021 - gallery
  • TopSpeed's Most Popular American Sports | Pony Cars Of 2021 - gallery
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