Even though it only has 500 horsepower, the vintage muscle car easily defeats Honda's high-performance

The JDM vs. Muscle car dispute is one of the most well-known vehicle rivalries. The final drag race in the first Fast 

The Furious movie, where Paul Walker's Toyota Supra competed against Vin Diesel's 1970 Dodge Charger R/T 

Since then, many who love cars have been curious to see if the best of Japan can compete with high-quality American muscle.

Whether you enjoy muscle cars or JDM, Hoonigan's most recent film offers something for everyone. 

 It makes for an exciting drag race when a modern Honda Civic Type R is pitted against a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28.

Hoonigan's Honda Vs Haters series begins with a brief comparison of the two vehicles.

These two cars could not be more unlike when compared. 

 For all you Honda enthusiasts, the Honda Civic Type R is an FK8 and has a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine

Actually, this example has about 550 horsepower available. 

It is a front-wheel drive, thus it might be difficult to transfer so much power to the front wheels without torque steer.

In the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28, the owner swapped the outdated 6.2-liter standard engine for a more modern