|Popular American Classic Muscle Cars for Sale
I know how hard it can be in finding fully restored classic cars, nice daily drivers or rusty project cars for restoration. This website features
the most popular American classic muscle cars for sale
were manufactured from the Detroit performance car era spanning 1964 to 1974. This is the American muscle that made us all envious and proud!
Chevy & Pontiac Muscle Cars
Ford, Oldsmobile, AMC & Buick Muscle Cars
Mopar (Dodge & Plymouth) Muscle Cars
1969 Camaros For Sale
Built from 1967 to 2002, the sleek looking 1969 Camaro was
Chevy's response to the highly popular Ford Mustang in the pony car wars.
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1970 Chevelle SS For Sale
Manufactured from 1964 to 1972, the ground-pounding 1970 Chevy
Chevelle SS sported a LS6 454 V8 engine that commanded immediate respect.
More Chevy Chevelles For Sale:
1967 Chevy Chevelle
1969 Chevy Chevelle
1966 Chevy Chevelle
1966 Pontiac GTO For Sale
Considered one of the original muscle cars, the 1966 Pontiac GTO
rivaled its sister Chevelle and competitor Charger in the mid-weight category. A fine example of American muscle.
More Popular GTOs For Sale:
1967 Pontiac GTO
1965 Pontiac GTO
1969 Pontiac GTO
1969 Corvettes For Sale
Early American muscle introduced in 1953 as America's entry in the European sports car
market, the Corvette isn't a true muscle car (tho' hi-performance). The 1969 Corvette may be the
most popular built during the muscle car years.
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1972 Chevy Novas For Sale
Chevy's economy version of a high performance car started vith V6
engines that later grew in size to the respectable 283, 327, 350, 396 and 427 cu in options.
More Chevy Novas For Sale:
1967 Chevy Nova
1970 Chevy Nova
1970 El Camino For Sale
With modest ties initially to the Chevy Impala, the El Camino
later re-invented itself in styling and options to follow the Chevelle, including the Super Sport option.
More El Caminos For Sale:
1969 El Camino
1971 El Camino
1965-74 El Caminos
1972 Monte Carlos For Sale
The Monte Carlo was billed in 1970 by Chevrolet as a gentleman's
muscle car in the luxury category, which lasted only a few years due to higher gas prices seen at the pump.
More Monte Carlos For Sale:
1970 Monte Carlo
1971 Monte Carlos
1970-74 Monte Carlos
1967 Ford Mustangs For Sale
The 1964 1/2 model was the first Mustang built with the V6 and
289 cu in V8 engines. This spunky pony car is truly one of the first American muscle cars ever manufactured.
More Popular 'Stangs For Sale:
1967 Shelby GT500 For Sale
Carroll Shelby's vision of what a Mustang could be led to
the highly desirable GT350 and GT500 high performance street machines.
More Shelby Mustangs For Sale:
1968 Shelby Mustang
1969 Mustang Mach 1 For Sale
The Mach 1 model began as a concept car in 1967 and 1968,
and due to the well-received new body style, Ford rolled out the 1969 Mustang Mach 1 with 351 and 428 Cobra Jet options.
More Mustang Mach 1s For Sale:
1970 Mach 1
1973 Mach 1
1969-1974 Mach 1's
1970 Olds 442 For Sale
The Olds 442 was introduced in late 1964 due to the success of the
Pontiac GTO, and over the years featured the 330, 350, 400 and 455 cubic inch powerplants.
More Oldsmobile 442 For Sale:
1969 Olds 442
1971 Olds 442
1970 AMC Javelins For Sale
The Javelin was AMC's muscle car answer to the popular Mustang and
Camaro models, and in its first year of production saw more than 55,000 cars sold.
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1965 Buick Rivieras For Sale
A unique balance between luxury and performance, the 1965 Buick
Riviera was a hit for US drivers wanting to drive a larger vehicle that also had a minimum of 325 horsepower.
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1969 Dodge Chargers For Sale
Manufactured from 1966 to 1974, the 1969 Charger may be best
known for its role as "General Lee" in the good ole boys TV show Dukes of Hazzard.
More Popular Chargers For Sale:
1968 Dodge Charger
1970 Dodge Charger
1969 Roadrunners For Sale
With Plymouth Roadrunner manufacturing starting in 1968, the
1969 Plymouth Roadrunner was all about performance and whose horn went "beep, beep" that was
reminiscent of the famous cartoon series.
More Roadrunners For Sale:
1970 Road Runner
1968 Road Runner
1970 Challengers For Sale
In response to the popularity of the Mustang and Camaro, Dodge
entered the small-body performance market with the 1970 Challenger, with 340, 383, 440 and 426 hemi options.
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1970 'Cudas For Sale
Touted as the first pony car in the US by a few weeks prior to the
introduction of the Ford Mustang, the Barracuda lost market share to the Mustang and Camaro until the
1970 Cuda featured the 426 hemi option. Can you say 'American muscle' squared!
More Barracudas For Sale:
1970-71 Hemi Cuda
1967 Plymouth GTX For Sale
Introduced in 1967 from Plymouth Belvedere lineage as a
"gentleman's" sports car, the GTX was considered an upscale version of the budget Plymouth Roadrunner that
arrived on the scene in 1968.
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1969 Super Bee For Sale
Internal competion stirred between Plymouth and Dodge when
Plymouth introduced the Road Runner in 1968. Not to be outdone, Dodge countered with the Super Bee,
also in 1968.
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1970 Superbirds For Sale
One of the truly exotic-looking muscle cars of all-time, the
Plymouth Superbird was introduced in 1970 in response to Dodge's release of the Daytona in 1969.
Although manufactured for one year only (1970), the Superbird was a visual favorite on the race track and
on the streets.