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Muscle Cars VS Street Cars
Posted 1/30/08 , edited 6/27/08
OK OK OK OK

AMERICAN muscle VS JAPS version of a street car. ok how about that.

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I'm saying to al these mother fuckers quoting me until now. i think i fuckin know the difference now seeing there are so many post in this thread. god damn people use your fuckin heads
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Posted 1/30/08
I'd prefer a street car.
I'm not really one for noise, I drive around cars with exhaust modifications and intake modifications or maybe cars with after market audio stuff all the time and it gives me a headache.
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Posted 1/30/08
WTH? Why does most threads here have drifting mentioned in them? (damn posers.) Anyways a muscle car is a street car....Hope you know that buddy..
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Everyone has their own point of view really. People who loves Muscle will choose muscle and the other way around. As for me I choose Street. I own a Subaru impreza WRX STi which is totally awesome, old street cars are perfect as well. Toyota Supra, Mazda RX7 the FD or FC, Civic Integra's and a lot more. The Nissan Fairlady S30ZX is pretty awesome as well for a muscle. As for speed, it all depends on the engine mod, you can tune your engines like crazy if you have way too much money. So the winners can be both street or muscle.
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Uhhh, most muscle cars can be classified as a "street car". So, in my opinion, this is pointless. Unless you meant "American Muscle vs Japanese cars".....
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Posted 1/30/08
i love muscle cars but their problem is they're only really good at going straight.
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Posted 1/30/08

AWDfreak wrote:

Uhhh, most muscle cars can be classified as a "street car". So, in my opinion, this is pointless. Unless you meant "American Muscle vs Japanese cars".....


Quoted for truth


I was wondering about the topic when I clicked on it, "domestic or import" would've been a better topic title :P




Anyways.. while I appreciate some true muscle cars (having driven the Dodge Polaris with the 383 high performance engine) and ridden in friend's cars, I'll still side with imports, most of the time.
Posted 1/31/08
The only thing I really like about the muscle car other than aesthetics and its roar, is the fact that you repair the bodykit just by welding and using that mold clay.

This topic has actually already been done so i hope a moderator will come and lock/close or delete this thread.
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Posted 1/31/08
Yup.. almost muscle car is known as street car, and besides this is a comparison tread which generate little discussion.
Posted 1/31/08
well it depends what type of racing you are doing cause I'm not a fan of drag myself but the acceleration on american muscle cars and domestics in general is great for the most.

Hell if a muscle car had a better body and was able to be added all these traction modifications easily I bet they'd still be around. Well I haven't seen that new 08 Chevy Camaro SS but it looks hot (not as hot as original muscle) and has better suspension. Also loving that even the newer domestic vehicles are good on a dragstrip like the vettes, camaros, SRT-4,-8 and -10.

Dodge SRT-4 in silver with carbon fiber hood looks hot :]
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/checks both boxes

LS1 FC/S13 ftw. I'll dominate the dragstrip and track on a stock to lightly messaged V8.
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Posted 1/31/08
this topic should really be named Muscle Cars or Import Cars.......and for meh, i love both.....
Posted 1/31/08
Japanese all the way.
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Posted 1/31/08

evin5fwtr wrote:

i love muscle cars but their problem is they're only really good at going straight.


and how wrong you are.
Posted 1/31/08
ehhem...

da japanese street car beatz american muscle in every way shape nd form
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