Regardless of which types of cars we like today, the evolution of automobiles is something we can all appreciate. Although muscle cars were made available in the 1940s, it wasn’t until the early 1960s that they gained popularity and began to influence American society, which continued into the early 1970s. Bootleggers created these muscle cars during the Prohibition era in an effort to elude the authorities, and they have since become an important part of American culture. As prohibition came to an end, bootleggers turned to race against one another, which served as the model for the popular and beloved muscle cars of the 1960s. While there are numerous makes and models of muscle cars, here are the top-ranked muscle cars of the 60s.