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Crazy car facts

Crazy car facts
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We trolled the internet in search of cool classic car trivia. Check it out!

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The classic and timeless Ford Mustang made its first debut in 1964.

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The car in the 1977 “Smokey and the Bandit” movie was a 1977 Pontiac Trans Am.

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Between 256 and 321 Dodge Chargers were used in the original “Dukes of Hazzard” television show. Most of them were destroyed.

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The 1971 Plymouth Hemi Barracuda convertible is one of the rarest muscle cars around. Only 11 were ever made.

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The first Model Ts were sometimes used to power farm machinery, sausage grinders and newspaper presses.

The 1969 Pontiac GTO was featured in a commercial where a rock band called “Paul Revere and the Raiders” sang a song about the GTO, called "The Judge."

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Volkswagen made a smart move and changed the original, Hitler-sanctioned name for its small car, the "Kraft durch Freude." You now know this car as the Beetle.

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Dodge called their line of muscle cars “The Scatpack” in 1968. Plymouth also gave their line of muscle cars a name - the “Rapid Transit System.”

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The word GTO means Gran Turismo Omdogato. The words in Italian mean “Homologated for Grand Touring.”

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