Super Stock takes a look at what was the most popular class of drag racing - factory Super Stock. It traces the evolution of the cars, the engines, the rules, the personalities, and many of the teams, from its beginnings in the mid-1950s through to the 1960s and the era of the Super Stock 409s, Ramchargers, 421 Pontiacs, and 406 Fords. This was a time when Ford, Chrysler, and General Motors competed on a weekly basis at local drag strips throughout the country, and the saying ...win on Sunday, sell on Monday... had real significance in the marketplace. This is also the period that saw emergence of the term musclecar and the production of a whole class of American automobiles - which are now the most sought after by collectors, restorers, and performance enthusiasts.Chevrolet Pontiac Ford Dodge/Plymouth 1964 General Motors Ford Dodge/ Plymouth 1965 General Motors Ford ... 420 hp V-8 with 2 four barrels and ram induction, 3-speed manual or Torqueflite Z-11 Impala in A/FX, equipped with 427ci, 430anbsp;...
|Publisher||:||CarTech Inc - 2010|