Muscle Cars

1 of 667: 1968 Chevrolet Nova SS 396 L78

With the redesign of 1968, Chevrolet transformed the Nova Super Sport into a performance machine. Most Nova SS models were ordered with a 300 hp 350 cubic V8, with a smaller number equipped with one of two versions of… more»

Spare Included: 1969 Pontiac GTO Convertible

In the grand scheme, the muscle car movement of the 1960s and 1970s lasted for less than a decade. By 1969, the leader of the pack – the Pontiac GTO – was already seeing an erosion in demand, so… more»

V6 Surprise! 1975 Pontiac Astre Hatchback

In the mid-1970s, U.S. automakers scrambled to build more fuel-efficient vehicles in the wake of spiking gasoline prices. Pontiac, for one, had no subcompact offering, so they rebadged a Chevrolet Vega and called it the Astre (“star”). It remained… more»

1964 Pontiac GTO Barn Find

Looking on the bright side, I suppose any hiding place for a classic car is better than it being left out in the elements.  Unfortunately, the storage conditions for this 1964 Pontiac GTO here on Facebook Marketplace were inside… more»

Rebuilt 351 V8: 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302

Like the original Chevrolet Camaro Z/28, the Ford Mustang Boss 302 was conceived as an entry for the Sports Car Club of America’s Trans Am racing circuit. As such, “X” number of them had to be built for public… more»

She’s So Fine 409: 1963 Chevrolet Impala SS

Chevrolet had several success stories in the 1960s – and the Super Sport was one of them. With what started as a limited-production muscle car in 1961, sales were up to more than 153,000 copies by 1963. That includes… more»

Desert Sand Roller: 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396

The Chevelle SS 396 was one of the hottest muscle cars in the genre’s heyday. It was so popular that at one time (1966-68) it was a series of its own rather than an option on Chevy’s mid-size Malibu…. more»

BF Auction: 1970 Ford Torino GT Convertible

UPDATE – The seller has asked us to relist their Torino but with a much lower reserve this time! Be sure to take another look and cast your high bids below. Occasionally, a classic will appear on my desk,… more»

First Year Survivor: 1964 Pontiac GTO Tri-Power

The Ford Mustang is often considered the first pony car. The same is true when attention turns to the Pontiac GTO and the muscle car sector. The brainchild of John DeLorean, the GTO created a new market niche, cementing… more»

Unmolested Time Capsule: 1977 Pontiac Trans Am

Every once in a while, we locate a garage find that is unmolested and, besides the deterioration of time, is close to original. This 1977 Pontiac Trans Am is located in Diana, Texas. It was purchased at an equipment… more»

45K Mile T-Top: 1979 Pontiac Trans Am

Every potential seller should look at this ad. I could only find one picture of the exterior of this car that was not blurry. Don’t get me wrong, this is a great car but the pictures are going to… more»

Project Opportunity: 1993 Ford Mustang Cobra SVT

Personally. I’m a big fan of buying cars with a known reputation for being collectible when found in project-grade condition. I’ve realized this about myself that I am not a fan of perfect cars. And, truth be told, perfect… more»

One-Owner 35k Mile 1973 Plymouth Duster 340

The Duster arrived in 1970 as the new fastback version of the smaller Plymouth Valiant. It was quite popular, and the Duster 340 would become a leader in the growing compact muscle car market. This amazing (or we suspect)… more»

V8 Drop-Top Project: 1967 Chevrolet Impala SS

The Chevrolet Impala was hands-down the best-selling full-sized automobile in the U.S. in the 1960s. Demand was aided by the Super Sport edition, which debuted in 1961 and continued throughout the decade. Convertibles were built in smaller numbers than… more»

1 of 358: 1971 Buick Skylark GS-350

The Skylark-based Gran Sport (or GS) was Buick’s mid-size muscle car in the 1960s and 1970s. With rising insurance premiums, big-block motors were starting to fall out of favor in the early 1970s. Which explains why nearly two-thirds of… more»

454 V8 Sleeper? 1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

Sharing its platform with the Pontiac Grand Prix, the Chevy Monte Carlo debuted as a personal luxury car in 1970. And was an instant success. For the first two years, a Monte Carlo SS was offered and a 454… more»

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