Mustang vs. Camaro
With the year 1969 came a line of powerful, gas-guzzlin' muscle cars that tore up the street while turning many heads. Back then, the Ford Mustang and the Chevy Camaro, the two supreme cars of the time, found their ways into the hearts of thousands of people. The Mustang cost $2,500, while the Camaro cost $3,500. The similar elements of the Mustang and Camaro set them apart from other cars, but the key differences set them apart from each other.
The curvaceous bodies and massive power set the Mustang and Camaro apart from other cars. These cars roared with beastly engines under the cowl-induction hoods. Similar 0-60 times and quarter-mile times made the Mustang and Camaro complementary to each other, yet vastly different from other cars at the time. Those other cars raced the quarter-mile a second slower than the Mustang and Camaro because meeting the performance of them was difficult to do.
Thousands of Mustangs and Camaros sold because of the popularity from the look and power. Both have sleek bodies, very original at the time, which appealed to many people. Most cars at the time showed rigid body parts and sharp corners. Every curve of the Mustang and Camaro rolled into the next curve life waves of an ocean because aerodynamics came into play. These fast, powerful cars performed at the top of the line, but drank gallons of gas at a time. Minor details, though, split the Mustang lovers from the Camaro lovers.
Catching the fancy of some car lovers, the shorter and smaller Mustang proved that Ford made the right move by releasing this car. Four inches longer than the previous model, the 1969 model replaced the fast back, which was higher and came down with less of a slope, with a...