Year(s): 1970-1971

This car is arguably the peak of the 60s and 70s muscle car mountain. After GM lifted displacement restrictions, Chevy dropped a 454-cubic-inch V8 that topped out at 450 horsepower, the highest factory production horsepower rating ever. The engine included a 800-cfm Holley four-barrel on an aluminum manifold, solid lifters, four-bolt mains, forged steel crank and connecting rods, forged aluminum pistons, and deep-groove accessory pullies. This was the king.