Top Muscle Cars
From 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.
4. 1967 Ford Shelby Mustang GT 500. This car was hot, hot, hot! Carroll Shelby took the pony car and by elongating the nose, adding some side intakes, and a fiberglass tail, made the speedy car look even better. He upgraded the engine by dropping a dual-quad 428 engine and giving drivers the option of a four-speed manual or three-speed automatic.
3. 1969 Pontiac GTO “The Judge” Convertible. “Here comes ‘da Judge” became a pop culture phrase from Laugh In in the 1960s. The “Judge” was loaded with a 400 V-8. The car had iconic blackout grille and rear spoiler. Pontiac sparked the muscle car era, so it is only appropriate that a Po
2. 1969 Chevy Camaro ZL1. The Camaro is usually the first car that comes to mind when people think of muscle cars. These are so valuable because Chevy only made 69 of them. Interestingly, Chevy could not sell them very quickly. This model had a 427 engine that brought power to the nth degree.
1. 1971 Dodge Hemi ‘Cuda. If you can find a convertible, consider yourself one of the luckiest collectors ever. There were only eleven convertible ‘Cudas made. These were fast, sexy, and colorful, coming in red, purple, and green.