Wolves in sheep's clothing: factory sleeper cars in muscle car history

You'd never guess these were drag racing material, would you?

Fast cars usually come in flashy guises, with big wheels, aggressive looking design cues, and loud exhausts. 

Riced cars are the ones that copy a fast car’s look, doesn’t deliver when it comes to put the money where their mouth is. The opposite of that is called a sleeper — a car whose looks doesn’t give any hint regarding to what’s lurking under their hood. 

In the clip above there are six of the best factory sleepers in America’s muscle car history. Considering that a sleeper is as successful as it is misleading, the 1965 Ford Galaxie sedan featured here is definitely a winner in any sleeper lover's books. 

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