Denver Quality Auto Machine Shop



Muscle Cars in the 60’s:

Ford was the next manufacturer to hit a home run with a performance car. The Mustang changed everything. Anyone with eyes saw that good performance, good looks and an affordable price sold cars. General Motors quickly added the Chevelle Super Sport, the Buick Gran Sport and the Olds 442 to its muscle car stable. The boys at mopar began stuffing HEMIs and big blocks into everything they could. Chargers, Coronets and GTXs all became legends. The rare HEMI and the much more practical and accommodating 440ci big blocks were street terrors. Ford had the Fairlane and the Galaxies for those wanting something a little larger than the original pony car.

Ford’s competitors raced furiously to introduce pony cars of their own. Plymouth quickly launched the Barracuda and even beat the Mustang to market. By 1967 GM introduced the Camaro and the Firebird. The next year AMC launched the AMX and the Javelin. Chrysler finally introduced viable pony cars in 1970 with the introduction of the Challenger and the newly designed Barracuda.

By the end of the decade, performance models were available everywhere and anyone with a down payment could spend their weekends burning rubber. It was the golden age of the muscle car.


Check out our webpage with Lewis Racing Team:


Also check out our gallery page for more details about our work:


Contact us for your entire automotive machine work needed at:


  • All Pro is among my top shops for racing know-how. They really know how to compete!

    - Customer

Latest Blog Posts

Nov 07

Denver Quality Automotive Machine Shop

ALL PRO AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE -------------------------------------------------------- HOW THE AMERICAN MUSCLE CAR GREW UP Muscle cars are as... Learn more

Next Race

Aug 06

Next Race

Scott lewis won the 5000 to win show at cmsp. congrats to him and the team the next race for lewis racing and excape racing will be 8-6-2016 at... Learn more