Could you do us a massive favour and publish a list of who’s got their entries in? I still have no indication whether mine is reading correctly.
Speaking of which, here’s what it is:
#Classics Endure, Legends Evolve
I couldn’t come up with my own name, so have a reference instead. I wonder how many people get it.
Muscle of the 70s is classic for a reason. Imposing, powerful, iconic; every visceral sensation that stirs the loins and sets hearts a flutter. It is anthemic of the freedoms that Americans hold dear, and even the persistence and strength of the sentiments that true Muscle evokes is American in itself.
It is no surprise that after generations of insipid lineups with anaemic powerplants, lacking in heart and vision, America was hungry for a new start to that old world. It would require their unique brand of innovation, and their fierce adherence to the roots of their greatness.
The 2013 Courcheval Manta Touring is the very embodiment of this reincarnation. With an all-steel body, head-turning, classic curves, and a 393ci naturally aspirated V8 powering the rear wheels, it is true 'murican Muscle. At 612bhp and 0-62mph in just 4.4s, a quarter mile of 12.18s and a top speed of 218mph, it takes Muscle performance to the next level. This isn’t just the king of the traffic light drag, but a true driver’s car: it comes with a six speed manual box, and uniquely carries a perfect 50:50 weight distribution, ensuring pliant, responsive handling and a deeper connection with the car, all while taking the fight to the supercars. But the Touring trim sacrifices nothing in comfort, the cabin being fully premium, ensuring that you’re just as ready to take a real road trip as you are to the track.
And most important of all, freedom must be accessible to every honest hardworking American. Muscle cars were always affordable, and this excels against the top end trims costing far more. The truest car for the American driver can be yours for just 29370.