- 1961 Ford Thunderbird (White In Night Satin)
- 1951 Chevrolet Sedan (Heaven Bound)
- 2001 Toyota Celica (GT - great tourer)
- 2011 Mitsubishi Outlander (Ditsi Mitsi)
- 1950 Studebaker Champion (FozzieMobile)
- 1954 Nash Metropolitan (Metro)
- 1958 Mercury Monteclair (The Beginning)
- 1960 Oldsmobile 88 (California Kid)
- 1966 Chevrolet Nova (Easy Going)
- 1968 Rambler American (Dings)
- 1972 Chevrolet Caprice (Bowtie Boat)
- 1976 Plymouth Valiant (Tilt Power)
- 1977 Volkswagen bus (rust bucket)
- 1978 Datsun 510 (Ole Reliable)
- 1985 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme (Trouble)
- 1989 Ford F 150 (Not So Big Foot)
- 2003 Mazda Protege5 (Japanese Ford)
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Why They Call Them 'Pony Cars'
Aug 26, 2013 | Views: 308
- Summer Spectacular 2013
- 43 photos
It really shows how the term "pony cars" came to describe these new style of vehicles. Of course, the Mustang name also hints as to where the term originated, but the "pony cars" label was quickly placed on all smaller, sporty vehicles by the public during that era.
In this view, however, I'm inclined to think the Chevys look more like Clydesdales than Impalas next to that pony car.
By the way, I tried to include this photo in the attached photo album, but for some reason the Motortopia program wouldn't allow it there. Maybe it thought there was something wrong with the photo because it had two different "scales" of cars in it.
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