Sounds like another one of them Chevy clowns that has to push the "big bad bowtie" on everyone.
Ford absolutely ruled NASCAR in the 1960's. It started off with Pontiacs being the dominant cars on the big speedways, but it did'nt take Ford too long to figure out how to smack them all off the table.
GM had a racing ban starting in 1963, so that pretty much left them out of NASCAR competition for the remainder of the decade. There were a few privateers who ran some GM cars, but they were no real threat without factory support.
As a result, the 1960's became a battle between Ford and Chrysler.
Ultimately, Ford and Mercury teams racked up more wins than Dodge and Plymouth.
From 1960 to 1969, Ford won 222 Grand National event wins. Mopar won 165, and GM won 36!!.....and of those 36, they were divided between Chevy, Pontiac, and Oldsmobile......thus making the Chevy wins few to be sure.
As the world turns...I get more dizzy!