Vodka and V8. Put two toothpicks over the top of the glass, each with two olives, one at each end of each toothpick. Do NOT cross the toothpicks (the toothpicks represent two axels and the pimentoes four wheels & the green olives four tires. No straws or umbrellas please.
I'd like a Musclecar with a Cheese-Burger Deluxe.
by Shelly Bozdog June 19, 2006
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
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
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
Vehicle usually powered by large V8 engine
The Musclecar era never ends
by Musclecar August 31, 2003
A second dick.
Dude, Toby's muscle car must be compensating for something...
by lovesmesumcake August 20, 2008
A type of high-performance vehicle.
Contrary to popular belief, the first muscle car was not the Pontiac GTO, but the Chevrolet Impala SS 409, introduced in 1962. The GTO, however, started the muscle car revolution upon its launch in 1964. Most muscle cars were simply spiced-up versions of other, more ordinary models. Most muscle cars were mid-sized. The Ford Mustang introduced a more compact-sized type of muscle car called the pony car, or "pocket msucle car."
The muscle car era ended in the 70s due to increased safety standards(goddamned Ralph Nader!), increased emission standards(goddamned EPA!), and the 1973-1974 Middle East oil embargo(goddamned Arabs!). The Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Camaro, and Pontiac Firebird/Trans Am pony cars survived, albeit in a watered-down state.
In the 1980s, muscle cars began making a comeback that continues to this day.
The Pontiac Tempest was an ordinary car, but installing a high-performance engine made it a muscle car.

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