MUSCLE CAR MADNESS
Thursday, February 16, 2012Bill Stephens has been involved on just about every level of automotive and motorsports television since 1989. He has served as an on-camera host, feature reporter and pit reporter for essentially every major television network which devotes a portion of its programming to motorsports, and his widely-read feature articles and commentaries can be seen in ESPN The Magazine, Autoweek and on ESPN.com.
He is a published author whose three books on the lives of legendary racecar drivers “Big Daddy” Don Garlits, Shirley Muldowney, and Kenny Bernstein have become must-reads for anyone who loves automobile racing. He is an award-winning producer, writer, and voice-over talent whose work can still be seen and heard from coast to coast on numerous automotive programs now in overseas syndication such as the hit series, Wild About Wheels.
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- What initiated the “Muscle Car” phenomenon?
- What were the cultural ingredients that fueled the high-performance craze in Detroit?
- What cars were most responsible for launching this new market segment?
- How much did these cars originally cost when new?
- How much were these cars worth when the “Energy Crisis” arrived in the early 1970’s?
- What was the event most responsible for touching off the collector car boom in the late 1980’s?
- What were the values of the same Muscle Cars which had begun the “Factory Horsepower Wars” in the mid-1960’s?
- What was the next economic shift which has recently impacted the values of the most popular Muscle Cars?
- What can we expect to see happen to those values as we move forward?
- What cars have the greatest investment potential in the current Muscle Car marketplace?