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1949 Willys Jeepster

There's something about a Jeep, and anyone who owns one, whether it's a classic car or not, would definitely agree. There's nothing like driving down the road and spo...
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Ford MustangWith the Ford Mustang, Mustang created a new class of cars, the pony car. Less performance-oriented and a little easier on the wallet than a muscle car, the pony car represents the best of both worlds. With the production of the Mustang, and subsequent competitors such as the Chevy Camaro and Dodge Challenger

Mustang, Mustang

Mustang, Mustang With the Ford Mustang, Mustang created a new class of cars, the pony car. Less performance-oriented and a little easier on the wallet than a muscle ca...
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Among the most popular muscle cars in American automotive history is the Ford Gran Torino. Featured in movies and other forms of popular culture, it represents a unique time in automobile history because of its ability to compete with other muscle cars

1972 Ford Gran Torino

Among the most popular muscle cars in American automotive history is the Ford Gran Torino. Featured in movies and other forms of popular culture, it represents a unique t...
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gto22331970 Pontiac GTO Ram Air II

1970 Pontiac GTO Ram Air III

1970 Pontiac GTO Ram Air II As muscle cars were just making their way onto the American auto scene, Pontiac threw its hat into the ring with the GTO. To create this li...
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Among classic car restorers, the "good ol' days" of the 1950s provide some of the best classic cars

1957 Ford Thunderbird

Among classic car restorers, the "good ol' days" of the 1950s provide some of the best classic cars to work on. One such vehicle is the 1957 Ford Thunderbird. The concept...
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1969 Charger Hemi 426

1969 Charger Hemi 426 The Charger was Dodge’s entry into the muscle car segment and it was made on Chrysler’s B platform, based on the Chrysler Cordoba and the Dodge...
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1970 Cuda

1970 Cuda 1970 Cuda: Plymouth introduced its entry into the pony car market with the Barracuda. It began life as an A-body, fastback coupe that was based on the Val...
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1969 Buick Gran Sport

1969 Buick Gran Sport: Many great classic cars and muscle cars begin as an option for an entirely different car before proving their worth in the auto industry. Fo...
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American Pickers, Pawn Stars

Chevy 150: Reality Show Crossover

1957 Chevy 150History Channel reality show fans were treated to a massive crossover event back in 2011 with a 1957 Chevy 150. The car made its way from American Pickers and ended up being at Counts Kustoms of Counting Cars fame. Between the two bookends, the car spent time at American Restoration before landing at its home at Pawn Stars.

Modern Cars that Live up to the Classics

Modern Cars that Live up to the Classics

2010 Chevrolet CorvetteOne of the best things about collecting and enjoying classic cars is nostalgia. Ever collector has his or her favorite car that usually takes them back to an earlier time. But what about the cars being made today? Do any of them have the potential to become as legendary as the classics we love now? Car expert and editor at Edmunds.com, Mike McGrath, thinks so. Along with the Boston Herald, he has come up with a list of the modern cars that live up to their legendary predecessors and have the potential to become classics in their own right.

Free Rek

Free Rek

Freerek.comWith numerous brick-and-mortar locations, as well as an informative website that is easy to use, Free Rek should be your go-to solution for buying and selling almost any type of vehicle. Free Rek specializes in brokering sales of all kinds of vehicles and machinery, at absolutely no cost to the buyer or the seller. Hand the hassle of getting your sale or purchase done over to someone with more experience and the ability to get you the right price.

Haggle Me

Haggle Me

Haggleme.comAs a premiere site for buying and selling pre-owned vehicles, Haggle Me offers you one of the best places on line to find the classic car you’ve been dreaming of. Whether you’re looking for that dream car, or you need to sell a car, truck, motorcycle, or even a boat, let Haggle Me handle all the leg work for you. With over ten years of experience finding, buying, selling, shipping, and inspecting vehicles, you can trust the experts here to do the job right.

Plymouth Prowler – Cars That Prove Designers Need Vacations

Cars that Prove Designers Need Vacations

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In the world of cars, there are some cars that leave you wondering what the designers were thinking. Since people often buy cars with the hearts rather than their heads, they tend to go with what looks good. Every year, it seems that designers release something that makes you scratch your head and predict the number of cars left on the lots at the end of the year. No one wants to be seen in an ugly car. These are a few of the cars that will make heads turn, but for all the wrong reasons.

One Excellent Car: The Buick Roadmaster

One Excellent Car: The Buick Roadmaster

1955 Buick RoadmasterSome movies are defined by the cars that are featured on the screen. Where would Back to the Future be without the DeLorean or Smokey and the Bandit without the Trans Am? Even though the car may not be a sexy muscle car or a futuristic sports car, the Buick Roadmaster in Rain Man played a major role in the film.

Power of a Movie Set in a Car

How to Invest in Classic Cars

How to Invest in Classic Cars

1965 Chevrolet CamaroRecent reports and trends have confirmed what classic car enthusiasts have known for years: collectible cars are a great investment. In fact, in today’s market, according to Forbes magazine, classic cars are sometimes better investments that high-end real estate. The returns on rare and collectible vehicles, both foreign and domestic, are higher than most alternative investments.

1966 Lincoln ContintialThis doesn’t mean that the old Yugo that has been collecting dust in your garage for the last two decades is now worth a fortune. Investing in classic cars is both a science and an art. You need to know the market, understand what is desirable, and make wise choices about what you buy and sell. Not all classics are going to give you big returns.

Classic Car Enthusiast Loses Collection in Fire

Classic Car Enthusiast Loses Collection in Fire

'67 Ford MustangAs a classic car lover, your car, or your collection of multiple vehicles, is your pride and joy. Although these collectible cars make good investments, the real reason to have them is because you love them. Imagine your precious cars going up in smoke. That’s exactly what happened to Phil Russo or Montville, Connecticut. According to the Norwich Bulletin, Mr. Russo’s barn, along with his beloved classic car collection burned in a raging fire on November 21.

Top Muscle Cars

Top Muscle Cars

'67 Ford MustangFrom the wide-set wheels, the chromed grills, and the spirited nameplates, muscle cars have a special place in the hearts of drivers all over the world. The memorable collection of American automobiles is highly desirable for collectors today. These are the favorite makes, models, and years for collectors today:

5. 1970 Chevy Chevelle SS with a 454 Engine. The peak of the muscle car era was in 1970 and this car had the look. The classic look of the Chevy Chevelle included the double white stripes down the front, with the proud “SS” on the grille. The top end options included a Turbo 400 automatic with an LS6 and 454-cid engines.

Take a Chevy Roadtrip

Take a Chevy Roadtrip

1968 Chevrolet NovaNothing is as American as baseball, hotdogs, apple pie, and Chevrolets. The road trip should be added to the list of all things American. So, when you are ready for a little summertime adventure, why not visit the sites that make America great in your favorite Chevy. These are a few places to stop so you can enjoy the best that America has to offer: