Muscle Car Handle
How to Make Your Muscle Car Handle, Myths Revealed Geometry Explained.
The great American muscle cars of the 1960s and 1970s were not lacking in horsepower, but their handling and braking prowess left a lot to be desired. Luckily, modern interest in these cars has prompted a wide range of aftermarket companies to develop outstanding new products to correct the design flaws in these cars and upgrade the materials they originally shipped with. The result of these efforts are greatly improved cornering and braking capabilities, which make vintage muscle cars both safer and more pleasant to drive.
Author Mark Savitske explains suspension geometry and engineering, and then shows how to make classic cars handle like (or better than) new cars. All of the great makes and designs are addressed, and much is to be learned once the suspension's design challenges are understood.