By Robin Tyler on March 28, 2018
Pretty much every car lover's dream, muscle cars came to prominence in the 1960s.
Do you have a favorite? Maybe it's the original muscle car, brought to the world by Ford in the early '60s, or perhaps it is one selected from a stable of pony cars brought to the world by Chevrolet. Every major car manufacturer in America had its own model at one time or another.
But what defines a muscle car, do you think? Well, without a doubt, you need to start with the engine. If it doesn't have V in its name, it certainly isn't the engine of a car that can be defined as a muscle car.
All muscle cars are either powered by a V6, or better yet, a V8 engine.
And then, the body.
In the '60s, muscle cars were big, bold and brash, with most taking the form of a 2-door hardtop. Some convertible versions were available and a fastback styling was also loved by enthusiasts.
You would agree, then, a big engine and a certain styling make the perfect muscle car.
Now would you be able to identify classic American muscle cars from just a screenshot?
It's not as easy as you might think ...
Why not give it a go and beat the rest of the pack!