Muscle Car Barn Finds

Factory 4-Speed: 1974 Pontiac GTO

It came in with a bang and went out with its head held high. While a shadow of its former self, Pontiac’s 1974 GTO tried to find a place to fit within an increasingly hostile regulatory environment, fuel shortages,… more»

One-Owner 58k Mile 1977 Chevrolet Corvette L82

The C3 Corvette gets relatively little respect among collectors of Chevrolet’s marquee sports car, but it’s an impressive value if you’re seeking a hobby car typically in great shape for reasonable money. This 1977 example is equipped with the… more»

Worth Saving? 1974 Pontiac GTO

The GTO was a hot property in the 1960s, but by 1974 it was an option package on the compact Ventura. That would be its last year until a brief resurrection in 2004 on an Australian-based GM model. This… more»

S-Code 390: 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback

The Ford Mustang got its first styling update in 1967. But nothing that changed its looks. Sales weren’t as robust as they were in 1965-66, but how can you top 1.2 million units anyway? This fastback was an S-Code… more»

Worth Fixing? 1973 Pontiac Trans Am 455

This 1973 Pontiac Trans Am is a matching numbers example that has unfortunately been sitting for several years, parked in 1978 under the trees and left to rot. It’s a shame, too, as the car retains many original parts,… more»

Ram Air 390: 1970 AMC Javelin SST

After a slight update for the 1970 model year, AMC’s Javelin still ran the gamut from a sporty looking car with a six-cylinder to an all-out muscle car with a big V8. This 1970 AMC Javelin SST is the… more»

Supercharged Test Mule: 2001 Roush Mustang RP6

This 2001 Ford Mustang RP6 is a rare prototype of a limited edition model known as the 380R, a supercharged GT offered by one of the more recognized Mustang builders and tuners. The example shown here is believed to… more»

4,600 Mile Survivor: 1991 Ford Mustang LX

When it comes to Fox body Mustangs, bone-stock LX models with the 5.0L V8 and manual gearbox are among some of the more desirable specimens ever made. Yes, I know, there are Cobras to collect and GTs to salivate… more»

Four-Speed GTO! 1964 Pontiac Hardtop

This red-primered 1964 Pontiac GTO in Washingtonville, New York requires no introduction. Enthusiasts will spot the “GTO” badges on all sides from a mile away, and most know that’s Italian for Gran Turismo Omologato.  If you see potential, check… more»

Cuda Clone: 1973 Plymouth Barracuda

This ‘70s pony car is in the midst of an interesting transition. What started out life as a rather ordinary 1973 Barracuda with a 318 V8 is well on its way to becoming a 1971 ‘Cuda with a 383… more»

Time Capsule: 1969 Dodge Dart Swinger GTS 340

Dodge had redesigned its successful Dart compact line-up in 1967, but it lacked pizzazz. That changed in 1969 when they rolled out the Swinger, a sporty 2-door hardtop. And it could be had with a 340 V-8, which turned… more»

51k Mile 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 4-Speed

Some strong bids are coming in on this 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS. Equipped with a 396 cubic inch V8 big block motor and 4 speed, the seller states that the car is an original survivor. The Chevelle is located… more»

Low Production: 1972 Dodge Charger Rallye 340

The Rallye replaced the R/T on the Dodge Charger in 1972. It would comprise only a small portion of sales that year, which makes a Charger Rallye 340 a somewhat rare beast these days. Beast may not be quite… more»

Red Over Orange? 1970 Dodge Charger R/T 440

For the final year of its popular second-generation Charger, Dodge left well-enough alone, changing little other than the grille, going with this full chrome surround. This purported genuine R/T, a 1970 Dodge Charger in Ivanhoe, North Carolina, wears a… more»

Real Deal? 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28

This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro is being offered as an original Z/28 car. Claimed to have an original 65,000 miles and be 1 of the 7,199 Z/28s produced in 1968, it is offered here on eBay out of Odessa, Texas… more»

GTO Alternative: 1966 Pontiac LeMans 389 Tri-Power 4-Speed

Pontiac was the catalyst behind the muscle car movement and launched the GTO in 1964. It essentially was a LeMans that was built to go fast. Really fast. This third year LeMans from 1966 appears to have been inspired… more»