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Ever Ask: What Does Richard Hammond Think?

Posted in muscle cars, Pop Culture, Popular Cars, Television, Top Gear by MrAngry | October 6th, 2010 | 4 Responses |

Richard Hammond Top Gear

If you’re any type of car guy worth your salt then you know who Richard Hammond is. I could go on about how he is one of the hosts of Top Gear, the greatest automotive show ever created, or how he is a rabid muscle car nut who loves vintage American iron. I think however that in this instance I’m just going to tell you about his top 10 favorite muscle cars. As most of you know America’s muscle cars were produced from 1964 to 1973. Back then the manufacturers had a very simple formula. Take a nice mid-size sedan and stuff in the biggest, baddest and most powerful engine you could to create a tire shredding beast that all others would fear. It was a simple concept really and one that until recently was all but lost in the American auto industry. The Hamster though, he’s decided to take us back in time by providing us with a list of his top ten favorites.

• 1970 Plymouth Superbird

1970 Plymouth Superbird

• 1968 Plymouth Barracuda

1968 Plymouth Barracuda

• 1969 Chevrolet Nova

1969 Chevrolet Nova

• 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

1969 Chevrolet Camaro

• 1968 Ford Mustang

1968 Ford Mustang

• 1969 Dodge Charger

1969 Dodge Charger

• 1970 Dodge Challenger

1970 Dodge Challenger

• 1969 Dodge Coronet

1969 Dodge Coronet

• 1971 Ford Capri (UK Version)

1971 Ford Capri

• 2008 Dodge Challenger

2008 Dodge Challenger

Source: TopGear.com

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4 Responses

  1. SNAK3 says:

    Wow I’m surprised the new Challenger made it. It is a sexy car though

  2. a says:

    i thought the 1968 ford mustang was nice until i saw the 69 charger, then i was like woooh when i saw the next one in pu**y magnet yellow.

  3. eddie_327 says:

    capri WTF! a chevelle should be on that list i can tell you that right now

  4. Dave Dean says:

    My I mention a little car called a GTO?