These Sweet Muscle Cars Get Our “Stamp” of Approval

Thanks to the USPS, you’ll finally have the opportunity to lick a ’69 Charger.

Photo Courtesy of USPS

Forget young Elvisor that dumb upside-down airplane, because the most badass stamps to ever grace a way-overdue AmEx payment are here! To celebrate an era when gas was cheap and V-8 engines were huge, the U.S. Postal Service has just released their new limited-edition “America on the Move: Muscle Cars Forever” stamps. The collection—which is available now—features five iconic muscle cars: the ’66 Pontiac GTO, the ’67 Shelby GT-500, the ’69 Dodge Charger Daytona, the ’70 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda, and the ’70 Chevelle SS. Would you rather have these cars in your garage than your mailbox? Sure. But unless you have a small fortune and a live-in mechanic, you’re probably better off buying a more modern muscle car and sticking to the 46¢ version of these bad boys…

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