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Cherry Bomb Exhausts Celebrate 45 Years

Posted August 27 2013 01:10 PM by Stephanie Davies 
Filed under: Chevy News

Cherry Bomb 45 Years

It all started in 1968 with the creation of one of the world’s most popular exhaust systems – the classic red Cherry Bomb Glasspack, introduced by the Maremont Corporation. The long straight-pipe muffler gained its name because of its bright red coloring, and featured a 2-foot core with a baffled fiberglass-lined channel. The result was the unmistakable, one-off throaty sound that is still popular today.

Since the Cherry Bomb was created in the heyday of real old-school muscle cars, it was instantly popular, as owners desperately craved to hear the sounds of their favorite race cars being mimicked by their own street rods. Before Cherry Bombs came along, drivers would cut the mufflers off of their cars – only to upset local law enforcement. Finally, a way to embody in sound, the horsepower produced under the hood of the beasts!

Today, the Cherry Bomb Glasspack is produced from high-quality cold-rolled aluminized tubing, which is powder coated, making it durable and rust-resistant. It has retained its characteristic red color, and signature throaty-sound – a product of perfect tuning in a first-class dyno facility. Cherry Bomb systems are available for most makes and models of vehicles on the road today.

 For more information, and to order your own Cherry Bomb product, visit

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