Muscle Cars

Real Deal Roller? 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS

The Super Sport was one of two hot Camaro’s during the car’s early years (the other being the Z28). Standard equipment was a 350 cubic inch V8 that produced 300 hp. From the badging, this 1969 Camaro looks like… more»

406 Tri-Power: 1962 Ford Galaxie 500

During the 1960s, two technological races were capturing the imagination of the American public. The first was the space race, as the US battled the USSR to set the first person on the moon. The second was the horsepower… more»

409 V8 4-Speed! 1964 Chevrolet Impala

This 1964 Chevy Impala Sport Coupe is an exceptionally clean automobile that has likely been restored, although the seller makes no such reference. It has Chevy’s fabled 409 cubic inch V8 under the hood, paired with a 4-speed. These… more»

B-body 2 for 1: 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

After a hugely successful launch in 1968, the production trajectory for the Plymouth Road Runner would peak the following year at 84,000 copies. The seller has one of those cars painted in the sought-after Hi-Impact color of Vitamin C…. more»

440/4-Speed: 1969 Dodge Charger R/T

The 1969 Dodge Charger R/T could never be considered some form of an automotive wimp. Even in its mildest form, it provided performance that didn’t ask for respect; It commanded it! Our feature Charger has fallen on hard times,… more»

2 for 1 Engine: 1970 Dodge Super Bee Project

The Super Bee appeared on the heels of the debut of the Plymouth Road Runner, Dodge’s answer to a budget-minded muscle car. It would have a much shorter lifespan, retired after 1971 as Dodge reconfigured its mid-size offerings. This… more»

Garage Find: 1971 Ford Torino 500 or GT

The Torino nameplate first appeared in 1968 as the high-end version of the mid-size Ford Fairlane. By 1971, when the car received an all-new slippery shape, the Fairlane brand was gone, and Torino covered the whole lineup. The seller… more»

One Owner 40 Years: 1971 Plymouth Road Runner

Two muscle cars in the 1960s may have made more noise than the others, the Pontiac GTO in 1964 and the Plymouth Road Runner in 1968. The latter was a budget-minded entry based on the redesigned B-body intermediates offered… more»

450 HP Project! 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396

Beginning in 1970, the Chevy Chevelle Super Sport was marketed in two versions, the SS 396, and the new SS 454. But the 396 was new in a way, too, as the engine now displaced 402 cubic inches. But… more»

Luxury Model Convertible: 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Gran Coupe

We’re seeing a lot of the more base model E-Bodies exchanging hands these days with the new owner intending to use them for higher model cloning or resto-mods, which is what the seller of this Barracuda had originally intended,… more»

Shorty Conversion: 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu

We’ve seen plenty of these oddball shorty conversions over the years, but they have been largely contained to old VW Buses and luxurious Cadillac models. I can’t recall seeing a muscle car (or at least something that looks like… more»

Indy Pace Car Project: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

Since the first Indianapolis 500 in 1911, there have been manufacturer-supplied cars to pace the field. One of the most popular automobiles to have this honor was the Chevy Camaro, which did it four times between 1967 and 1993…. more»

Q-Code 428 V8: 1966 Ford Galaxie 7-Litre

The Ford Galaxie 7-Litre was a one-year-only, stand-alone model for 1966 and was an offshoot of the 500 Series. The 7-Litre was Ford Division’s version of the Mercury S-55, which FoMoCo also introduced that year. While production was not… more»

Eclectic Collection Sell-Off: Days Gone By Museum

Museum and private collection sell-offs are enormously entertaining. In one sense, it is sad to see what is surely a lifetime of work being broken up piece by piece, but on the other, these eclectic assortments of vehicles likely… more»

L78 396 V8: 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS

The domination of the Ford Mustang in the new “pony car” field would get dealt a blow when the Chevy Camaro came along in 1967. While the new Chevy “only” generated about half the sales of the Ford, it… more»

Luxury Meets Muscle: 1964 Chrysler 300K

Before the Pontiac GTO muscle car, there was the Chrysler 300 “Letter Series” of automobiles. Built from 1955 to 1965, they were full-size high-performance personal luxury vehicles as a sub-model of the Chrysler New Yorker. Production numbers were generally… more»