I was watching "The American Muscle Car" on Speed Channel. The shows are always the same. The Muscle car in question started out as a pathetic economy car in the early sixties. The big three or four? sprinkled on more stripes and horse power until 1970. In 1970 all hell broke loose and fill in the blank________ car company had the most scoops, spoilers, flashy colors and a grossly underated horsepower big block. In 1971 it varies a little bit some had power, some did not. Usually 1972-1973 is the end of the world. 1974 is always the last nail in the coffin. And depending on the muscle car they do a little segment on the 80's 90' or 2000 name sake. Well I just watched the Mach 1 episode. It was like a bad "B" movie I just had to see how it ended. I almost thought that the nail in the coffin would be the 1973 Mustang and they would forget all about the 74-78 and 2004. Unfortunatly they didn't...... They reported that there was a Mach 1 from 74-78 and a H.O and a GT! The GT and H.O must be the the most rare Mustang II's of all I guess the guys that were driving Muscle cars in the sixties were raising families and working hard during the 70's 80's and 90's. Now that they are near retirement they seem up to spec on the new muscle car wars. They just lost 25 years of car knowledge in between? They can now buy their Retro Mustang or Holden Mondaro-had sex with a Grand Am "GTO" and re-live the glory years. I will do the same in my red neck convertable Mach 1!