Welcome to the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals, otherwise known as MCACN! As your tour guide, I will be giving you a tour of the impressive muscle that was on display late last month at the Donald E. Stevens Convention Center. This was an important show for 2021, particularly because last year the pandemic canceled [...] https://www.hagerty.com/media/events/mcacn-back-for-2021-and-muscled-as-ever/
No AMC?????? No excuses!!!!!! I wouldn't buy one, but they produced some damn interesting cars. I suggest a follow-up story on AMC. If none were there a copy of the registry will suffice for evidence, but a follow-up story is still in order.
I noticed no AMC and no Studebakers in this review. Studebakers were well represented at this years MCACN with Larks, Avantis and Hawks all being displayed. When a factory stock Lark can get into the 12 second range at Pure Stock Muscle Car Drags I feel it deserves a place in your lineup. This review is biased to the Big Three and fails as a result.
I admit my error in not seeing Diego's caveat last line. That would have been better placed at the start of the article as I also see a lot of negative feedback from AMC owners. I await the continuation of this review.
I went for the first time this year - my buddy had a super bird there… which didn’t even make it into this article which should show how quality this show was. Simply amazing!! A MUST do bucket list item.
Saw all of these new and even worked for Dodge in the early '70s. The early square body Road Runners and Chargers had the style and could FLY on the street. BUT they were spot welded junk with pitifully weak front suspensions. Ok straight line only. The best quality were the Olds 442 and similar Buick mid size cars. BUT not as well known (stock) for outright speed or quickness. Much better ride... by far.