Numbers Matching 1969 Dodge Charger SE!

In 1969, for just $3,109 you could have owned a car like this with the factory 383 V8. If you somehow had an extra $162 burning a hole in your pocket, you could have driven off the lot with… more»

Original 1969 Chevrolet Camaro In Need Of Rescuing

All hail the 1969 Chevy Camaro! Well, in this case, a beaten up, down on its’ luck, shell of its’ formal self with a V6. This epitome of 1960’s pony cars has seen much better days, and is looking… more»

First Generation Chevelle Malibu With 82K Miles!

Originally paying homage to the coast of California, the Malibu name began as a trim level on the Chevrolet Chevelle in 1964. There are technically nine generations of the Malibu, and it remains as the only sedan currently being… more»

Pristine 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1!

The performance option package for the already popular Ford Mustang hit the market with the 1969 model. A fresh new idea and name was needed in order to appeal to performance enthusiasts compared to the “GT” tag, which was… more»

A True Mopar Survivor: 1968 Dodge Charger Barn Find

When it comes to naming quintessential muscle car’s of the 1960’s and 1970’s, the Dodge Charger is without question one such icon. Starting out as a show car in 1964, it became a concept the following year, which was… more»

Turn-Key 1970 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler With A Cobra Jet 429!

Rarely do you find yourself pulling up to a stoplight, only to find that the car creeping up next to you ready to gap your ride is a Mercury. Such was the case at the turn of the decade… more»

Original 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Project: Garage Find!

General Motor’s produced Cutlass models between 1961-1999, and the “4-4-2’s” fell in the 1968-1987 range. This particular car isn’t technically considered a “four-four-two” as it does not have the 4-speed manual transmission, or even the 400 cubic inch engine…. more»

At 41K Original Miles, This 1979 Camaro Z28 Is Stylin’!

Remember those pesky changes with emissions standards in the 1970’s that caused our most beloved cars to become mere shells of their former selves? It’s hard to forget, no matter how hard we try. Well, Chevrolet hit the drawing… more»

Warning! This Original 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS May Cause Drooling.

If there is one word to describe this immaculate 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle after reading the listing, it’s “original.” This second generation, cranberry red SS is pure American muscle, and has been taken care of with the greatest amount of… more»

One Owner 1971 Chevrolet Corvette 454!

The C3 Corvette has always been a popular collector among classic car enthusiasts, and for good reason. This American icon has been at the forefront of the sports car world for over half of a century, and shows no… more»

Pristine Special Edition 1976 Pontiac Trans Am!

It is 1976, and the muscle car era had ceased to exist. It was not a good time to be an American performance car enthusiast. Pushing through in the shadows under the likes of Ford, Chevrolet, and Dodge, was… more»

Classic Mopar: 1972 Plymouth Barracuda!

When you think of the classic muscle car wars of yesteryear, the Plymouth Barracuda was quietly right up there with the best of the best. Originally supposed to be named “Panda,” the Barracuda was manufactured between the years 1964-1974… more»

True Barn Find: 26k Mile 1966 Pontiac GTO!

Three letters…G…T…O!  This is a true barn find that has been stored away for over 30 years untouched.  You will be stepping back in time when you cruise the roadways in this all original classic that has only 26,786… more»

Wonderfully Preserved 1971 Ford Bronco!

How is it that a 1971 Ford Bronco has survived this crazy world and its’ elements so long, yet remained so eye-catching and structurally sound? A lot of love, that’s how!  With only 42K actual miles, this Bronco is… more»

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