The King of Queens: 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass

The House of Muscle

EP. 9 Season 1
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It’s not easy owning a classic car in the boroughs of New York City. Owners must deal with rust, potholes, pedestrians, and, of course, a host of psychotic cabbies. However, despite these hazards, New York has some of the greatest muscle cars ever to roll on tarmac. Meet Eddie, a Queens native and the owner of the 1972 “AY OOH” Oldsmobile Cutlass, a tough-as-nails street brute that cut its teeth running light-to-light street races in Queens.

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They’re big, brash, in your face and oh-so politically incorrect. The House Of Muscle takes a look inside the world’s obsession with the muscle car. Every month, host Mike Musto travels the globe showcasing how these automobiles - and their fanatical owners - help shape the face of today’s automotive culture. Every car has a past, and every owner a story. From home-built rat-rods to priceless rolling works of art, Musto not only profiles the cars and their place in history, but then takes these amazing machines out for a flat-out, no-holds-barred test drive.
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