There was a time when the Detroit Auto Show was little more than a small, regional event. There were no big press announcements of new models or advanced technology—just Detroit’s Cobo Hall filled with the year’s models. But its displays always reflected the trends of the day, and the muscle car era was no different. The slogan for 1966 was the Dodge Rebellion. And what says rebellion better than a pretty blond in white go-go boots holding a musket?