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muscle cars are better then rice burner, there slow pieces of shit that sounds like a cow getting it up the ass!
my 69 chevy nova will smoke any rice burner that even thinks about racing me.
by bob July 14, 2003
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Late 60's and Early 70's American performance cars, which had big displacement, high horsepower motors, and sleeper or stock look to them. Not to be confused with riceburners, 99% of which have a stock 120 horsepower SOHC 4 banger, with a huge spoiler on a FRONT WHEEL DRIVE CAR (morons), non color matching ridiculous body kits, an exhaust bigger than the engine (and sounds like a fat fuck farting non-stop after eating chilidogs) and paint jobs that might seem cool to a pre-schooler.
Did you see those rusty looking muscle cars that beat the ridiculous looking riceburners at the racetrack? Get used to it!
by modular February 23, 2006
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There are many different definitions of musclecar (see the two word spelling: muscle car). Common elements are
American + 2 door + V8 + rear wheel drive. Some people even add a date/time/year element (silly, I think). Some people add a price element, ie, a musclecar provides good power at an affordable price, whereas a supercar provides good power, but is very expensive.

I propose that a musclecar is simply any car with muscle, ie, a good power-to-weight ratio. I suggest 10 pounds or less per horsepower. Therefore, a MINIMUM requirement would be:

2,000 lbs. = 200+ hp.
3,000 lbs. = 300+ hp.

To go with the economy idea, say $100 per hp. Therefore, the 2,000 lb., 200 hp car would cost $20,000. The 3,000 lb., 300 hp car would cost $30,000. Unfortunately, the $ amounts would have to be adjusted with inflation.

Maybe we could come up with a definition that does NOT need modification with time, rating the musclecar as a percentile of the new car population available that year.

We could say the 0-60 and quarter mile times must be better than 75% of the other new cars available that year.

We could say the price should be less than 10% above the average price of a new car that year. We could reserve "supercar" for more expensive cars, and raise the performance parameters to 90%+.
by Jeff Goven July 02, 2006
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well lets see usually around the the 64 to 74 era. A vehicle that a large majority of the time posses a larger than nessasary engine(Although they are fun.)In no way related to a tuner or ricer or what ever so the past defintions are kinda dumb and childish fo even refering to them.:-)
camaro 67-72,chevelle" firebird" trans am" skylark"nova"gto"mustang"ect.
by bob frisbee January 29, 2004
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Vehicle usually powered by large V8 engine
The Musclecar era never ends
by Musclecar August 31, 2003
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A second dick.
Dude, Toby's muscle car must be compensating for something...
by lovesmesumcake August 20, 2008
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a car with a large engine(350 ci+) made of steel not plastic, puts out more horse power and TORQUE then 6 ricers, wat these's tools in the 2 liter rice rockets dont understand is that us muscle car owners can go fast while towing a boat, u ricers cant actually take off with more then 2 people in the car. ill accept some ricers may go fast, but thats when there moddified with more money then the car is worth, a muscle car will go just as fast stock with 5 people in the car towing a boat, so to all u ricers bagging muscle cars, mayb u should try racing under weight, oh thats right, UR PEICE OF SHIT ENGINE WONT MOVE A BAG OF CEMENT
theres no replacement for displacement ricer boys GET A MUSCLE CAR!
by rice eater July 01, 2007
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