American Muscle Car

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  • 2004
  • 3 Seasons

Cars are among the more popular types of interest for many people. As a result of this, there are shows that cover various topics pertaining to cars. One of these shows is American Muscle Car. The show known as American Muscle Car is a television show that appears weekly on the station called Speed. This show has episodes that last for 30 minutes and the show has been airing since 2003. As far as production goes, this show is produced by the company known as Restoration Productions LLC. On this show the main focus is on muscle cars which ia another term for high performance and durable sports cars. When viewers watch the show they will get a comprehensive look at all of the most famous and popular muscle cars. During the show viewers will get a look at a particular vehicle's history. The show will go over a car from its first year to its most recent year of production. When viewers watch this show they will learn about a variety of vehicles such as the Chevy Camaro, the Ford Mustang, and the Dodge Charger. Later on in the show's syndication, they began to add coverage of other vehicles such as the Chevy Corvettte, the Corvette Stingry and the Shelby Cobra. In the years of 2006 and 2007 the show began to add new focus on other topics. These topics included coverage of designers and engineers of muscle cars along with vintage races and powertrain components. With this part of the show, people will be able to learn more about how these muscle cars were designed and constructed. This aspect of the show will also allow viewers to check out the first and most recent races with these muscle cars. By adding this new feature to the show, viewers will have an even better opportunity to learn more about the origins of the muscle cars and their overall performance level when driven. This adds a whole new dimension to the show and makes viewers have something to enjoy even more. American Muscle Cars is therefore one of the more intriguing and enlightening shows to watch.

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Plymouth Roadrunner
14. Plymouth Roadrunner
 
Experts discuss one of the most unusual American high performance vehicles, a little car named after a cartoon character that packed a big punch.
Dodge Dart GTS
13. Dodge Dart GTS
 
Experts talk about the Dart and the Hemi Dart, moderately priced muscle cars that competed with some of Detroit's high-priced power vehicles.
The SLP Cars
12. The SLP Cars
 
Car executives and experts talk about SLP, which makes modifications that turn high performance cars into emissions-compliant, street legal vehicles.
The Hurst Cars
11. The Hurst Cars
 
Linda Vaughn and car historians talk about colorful visionary George Hurst, whose floor-mounted gear shifters and wheel mounts are still in use today.
The Saleen Mustangs
10. The Saleen Mustangs
 
The development of the fastest, most expensive Mustangs, developed by passionate builder Steve Saleen, is lovingly described by car aficionados.
Boss 302 & 429 Mustangs
9. Boss 302 & 429 Mustangs
 
Classic car experts show and explain the transformation of the super popular, stylish 1960s Mustang to the "Boss" muscle models of the late 1970s.
Dodge Viper
8. Dodge Viper
 
The Dodge Muscle Car Division's iconic Viper is put through its paces as experts discuss its history and show how it has evolved over the years.
Dodge Charger
7. Dodge Charger
 
Experts talk about the Charger, a completely new concept in marrying high performance to luxury, with a sloping roof that was revolutionary in 1966.
The Ramchargers
6. The Ramchargers
 
Original members of the 1950s drag racing club, the Ramchargers, recollect how their group of Chrysler engineers changed the company and the sport.
Chrysler 300
5. Chrysler 300
 
In 1955, Chrysler introduced the 300 "letter cars," heavy vehicles turned stylish and high performance by designer Bob Rogers and remade in the 1990s.
1968-2001 Corvette
4. 1968-2001 Corvette
 
The later history of the Corvette, America's best sports car, is discussed by experts who admire its high performance standards and updating styling.
The Copo Cars
3. The Copo Cars
 
The Copo Camaro came equipped with the powerful 427ci engine, enough muscle to take the racetrack and dominate the competition.
Chevrolet El Camino & Ford Ranchero
2. Chevrolet El Camino & Ford Ranchero
 
Were they cars or were they trucks? It didn't matter because the big blocks inside the popular El Camino and Ranchero cars were nothing but muscle.
Ford Thunderbird
1. Ford Thunderbird
 
In 1955, the Ford Thunderbird took the automotive world by storm, outselling even the Corvette to become one of the most popular cars ever made.
Description

Cars are among the more popular types of interest for many people. As a result of this, there are shows that cover various topics pertaining to cars. One of these shows is American Muscle Car. The show known as American Muscle Car is a television show that appears weekly on the station called Speed. This show has episodes that last for 30 minutes and the show has been airing since 2003. As far as production goes, this show is produced by the company known as Restoration Productions LLC. On this show the main focus is on muscle cars which ia another term for high performance and durable sports cars.

When viewers watch the show they will get a comprehensive look at all of the most famous and popular muscle cars. During the show viewers will get a look at a particular vehicle's history. The show will go over a car from its first year to its most recent year of production. When viewers watch this show they will learn about a variety of vehicles such as the Chevy Camaro, the Ford Mustang, and the Dodge Charger. Later on in the show's syndication, they began to add coverage of other vehicles such as the Chevy Corvettte, the Corvette Stingry and the Shelby Cobra.

In the years of 2006 and 2007 the show began to add new focus on other topics. These topics included coverage of designers and engineers of muscle cars along with vintage races and powertrain components. With this part of the show, people will be able to learn more about how these muscle cars were designed and constructed. This aspect of the show will also allow viewers to check out the first and most recent races with these muscle cars. By adding this new feature to the show, viewers will have an even better opportunity to learn more about the origins of the muscle cars and their overall performance level when driven. This adds a whole new dimension to the show and makes viewers have something to enjoy even more. American Muscle Cars is therefore one of the more intriguing and enlightening shows to watch.

American Muscle Car is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (45 episodes). The series first aired on January 15, 2004.

Where to Watch American Muscle Car

American Muscle Car is available for streaming on the SPEED website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch American Muscle Car on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Google Play and Tubi TV.

  • Premiere Date
    January 15, 2004