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Why do muscle cars need to "turn"?
Such a large, muscular car was not built for the track, or the touge.
A true muscle car is large, intimidating, with a comfortable spacious interior and lots of power in a straight line.
Is it a sports car? Since it can't handle, then would it be a luxury car? Or an affordable way to achieve the fastest quarter mile on your way to work in a sea of 4-cylinder econoboxes?
The muscle car is it's own class. It was never made from the start to be a track car. It was made to fuel the laziness americans love. Just stick a massive displacement engine in a pseudo-lightweight chassis, and satisfy their need for speed on the on-ramp, with a hint of comfort.
With plenty of space inside, the boomer can relax. And he can set his vehicle into first gear, and remind himself that he hates his homosexual grandson who drives a Civic Si.
A pigfat, zero-mobility, powerful vehicle. A vehicle that reflects it's country of origin's populace well.