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Collection Of American Iron For Sale

American Iron Collection

Nestled away in the heart of West Virginia is a collection of classic American Iron, the owner of which has decided to sell. They have listed their collection here on craigslist, but other than a few photos and a phone number, they offer absolutely no information about their cars. They don’t even provide a list of what all they have. Clearly, their interests have been focused on American muscle cars from the mid ’60s all the way up to the early 2000’s. I see all kinds of interesting cars, from Corvettes to AMXs and just about everything in between. I would love to know the full story behind this collection, or even just a complete list of what all is available! So how many of these cars can you identify? Special thanks to Robert R for this find.


  1. Wayne

    Well, wrap yo ass in fiberglass! UGH I would go for the AMC but they can keep theplastic cars!

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    • TBall

      Wayne – couldn’t agree more! Put me in the drivers seat of that AMX and watch the smile! Not a huge bowtie fan, but can appreciate – 442 is interesting as well.

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  2. RayT Member

    While I’m pretty sure I can name any of these, I stopped after the AMX. That’s for me! I’ll be picky and add IF it has a 4-speed manual, of course.

    Nice group of rides, but the ‘Vettes shown are, in my eyes, the least desirable. Unless it’s some kind of special-order factory supercar, I’m guessing the little AMC would be down near the bottom of the list, price-wise.

    Someone has clearly spent some time and money keeping them shiny. I hope they’re as good underneath, as they ought to generate a pretty active bidding war.

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  3. sir mike

    ill have one orange AMX please….

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  4. Wayne

    I’m with ya TBall, I would go for the 442 if I couldn’t get the AMX!

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  5. JW

    AMX definitely, if I had a second choice mine would be the yellow second generation Camaro.

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  6. Josh P

    I would love to have that third gen convertible behind the ssr

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  7. randy

    I’ll also take an AMX, do you think he has enough AMX’s to fill all of these orders?

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  8. pursang

    No scammers?

    I picked the wrong week to take up residency in Nigeria.

    AMX for the win.

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  9. pontiactivist

    Amx, second gen trans am, 442 , second gen camaro and third gen camaro. Thats my irder of preference. The rest of it does nothing for me. Either too new or plastic. Is a nice collection though.

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  10. jim s

    from the photos looks like a great find. if anyone does call please post what the seller tells you about the car. thanks.

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  11. Todd G

    Surprisingly, I find myself in the majority. AMX w/ GO! package first, followed by the small window Z/28, then the Colonnade 442

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  12. Dolphin Member

    Interesting that so many people (me included) would take the AMX first.

    Maybe it’s because they are a clean, compact design. Maybe it’s because we don’t see them nearly as often as we see Camaros. They made fewer than 20K AMXs over 3 years, a fraction of the Camaros they made each year, which would explain that.

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  13. Ranco Racing

    Funny how popular AMC products are now that the company is long gone but not as much when the cars were produced, and when I owned several.

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    • PRA4SNW

      I was thinking the same thing. Where was all this AMX love when they were for sale?

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  14. Eric M.

    AMX, first choice. But is that black corvette the mighty ZR-1? The back looks rounded, the wide rear tires…

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  15. PRA4SNW

    He mentions no scammers, but this feels like a scam itself. Random pictures, some inside, some outside. 2 different Pace Car Vettes -one with side pipes, one without. Very little detail given.

    That’s my take, anyway.

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