Make a ’70s Rock Playlist and We'll Guess What Muscle Car You Are

Teresa McGlothlin

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Let's get take a trip back in time together and make a '70s rock playlist that would carry you through any long road trip! From Black Sabbath to Bob Dylan, the '70s brought us rock like no other generation that came before or after. After we see how you put together a playlist that rocks the "Dark Side of the Moon," we'll let you know which muscle car you are at heart. 

While decades like the '60s and the '80s were musically inventive, the '70s had no shame about being as loud as possible. Bands like Led Zeppelin and The Rolling Stones made their mark back then and their legacies are still the stuff of legend. No matter which iconic band you love the most, putting together a well-rounded playlist from the greatest rock decade will show us how your motor gets running and heads out on the highway in style. 

Whether you see yourself as more of a Chevelle or a GTO is something to keep in mind as you put your songs together in the order you see fit. When you've finished choosing your songs and artists, we'll compare your answers to the qualities of the finest muscle cars to hit the road! Will you end up being the one you think you are? 

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