Shelby GT350R Vs. Camaro Z/28: The Muscle Car Battle You’ve Secretly Wanted

Muscle Car

What’s better than American muscle?

The Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R and Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 aresome of the most powerful, loudest and most capable track vehicles ever made. Whileboth of these vehicles are engineered to twist your eyeballs out of theirsockets on a track, the muscle cars do it in separate ways. With its 7.0-literLS7 V8, the Z/28 is a sledgehammer of a muscle car, while the GT350R and its 5.2-literVoodoo V8 are more of a scalpel. Both muscle cars are naturally aspiratedmonsters that make American enthusiasts proud.

Motor Trend takes the high-powered muscle cars to the trackand some winding roads to see which one reigns supreme.

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