Muscle Car

Patinaed Survivor: 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

The 1969 Plymouth Road Runner is the poster child of muscle cars. I think of these as loud, large and fun. After all, “Poor little Road Runner never bothers anyone, Just runnin’ down the road’s his idea of having… more»

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Stored 31 Years: 1969 Ford Torino 428 SCJ/4-Speed!

Stored in a garage since 1987, this 1969 Ford Torino 428 Super Cobra Jet SportsRoof with a 4-speed is a car that most of us dream about finding someday. This super dream car, or, dream supercar can be found… more»

Rusty Torque Monster! 1970 Buick GS 455

Were this car in good running and driving shape (which it is not), it could easily be mistaken for a gutless overweight dinosaur, but nothing could be further from the truth. Buick engineered the 455 cid V8 to “Light… more»

Affordable Muscle: 1967 Oldsmobile 442

When it comes to big block, 4-speed, matching numbers GM muscle cars, this is about as affordable as it gets. This 1967 Oldsmobile 442, located in Kerrville, TX, is listed here on craigslist for only $25,000. With the exception… more»

1 of 1: 1960 Pontiac Bonneville Tri-Power 4-Door!

The sixties, especially the early sixties were an exciting time for Pontiac, they were at the top of their game with unique designs and performance. The 2nd generation Bonneville was no exception. This very unique 1960 Bonneville Vista 4-door… more»

2nd Gen Beeper: 1972 Plymouth Road Runner

1972 was the beginning of the end for classic muscle cars. A few years later they would all be gone, victims of crippling insurance rates, the fuel crisis, clean air standards and changing tastes.   Fortunately many models still kept… more»

Potential Gold Mine? 1971 Dodge Challenger

With the way E body Mopars have appreciated in the last 10 years, this 1971 Dodge Challenger looks like a real gold mine for the $4,500 asking price. Check out this Challenger here on craigslist out of  McGaheysville, Virginia…. more»

Grass Fed Goat: 1967 Pontiac GTO

Although we often see cars that are left out to pasture, not all of those cars are lost causes. While they may not be the rust-free turnkey dream we all want, there is still hope for many of these… more»

Stingray Survivor: 1969 Chevrolet Corvette

At some point in time I think any and every car enthusiast has shared an appreciation and desire to own a Corvette Stingray. Boasting alluring body lines and a V8 rumble, the Stingray is certainly a staple in automotive… more»

Mom’s Commuter: Original 1970 Chevy Corvette

We love stories like this: a claimed completely original 1970 Corvette convertible, fresh out of 20 years of storage, retired from duty as the seller’s mother’s commuter car in fair weather. The ‘Vette wears a great color called Daytona… more»