2013 Hurst/Trans Am Depot Trans Am Blackbird
1970 Dodge ChallengerBut as an American, I love those old American Muscle cars. The Challenger from Vanishing Point, or its sister cars in Phantasm (1970s 440 Cuda and Hemi-Cuda). The 1977 Trans Am in Smokey and the Bandit, the 1967 Camaro in many movies and shows. Right down to the Chevelle, they were a work of art. And it is a sad thing that many of these cars have found their fate rotting away in a barn or junk yard.
But those classic styles have found a new life it seems. In the late 2000's most car makers brought back those old styles, and as you see from the first picture the Trans Am is back in limited quantities. The same with the old GTO Judges, both based on the Camaro LZ1. I forgot the Corvette, but in my mind while it is a great looking car, it does not fall into the muscle car, in my opinion. And that isn't even getting into the AMC line.
Anyway, cars, when designed right look like a piece of art. Their sound a symphony.