Why did muscle cars crash?

We all know the story, but what about the actual causes?

It’s hard to know where to begin, as the crash statistics for many cars are only available from official documents and other unofficial sources.

But there is some general consensus that the most likely cause of muscle car crashes is the driver.

Some have suggested that the driver is using a new, faster engine, and is unable to keep up with the speed of the car.

In many cases, there are no reports of crashes at all.

In some cases, a driver might be injured and suffer serious injuries.

The driver might also be drunk and/or driving too fast.

Sometimes, it’s not clear how serious a crash the crash can be.

If it’s a simple accident, it may not be reported.

If the driver was killed, or seriously injured, it could be a major cause of death.

For more information on crashes and how to report one, check out the crash information and crash statistics page.