With their stretched, melty shapes, Funny Cars were the perfectly indicative automotive expression toward the end of a funny decade, the 1960s.
Late to the Trans-Am party, Chrysler's wildly colored 'Cudas had no shortage of big name drivers or factory bluster. Money and reliability might have helped.
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