Muscle Car Classifieds
Car enthusiasts looking to buy a rare vehicle or professional dealers on the lookout to expand their collection have several resources at their disposal. Thanks to the power of the internet, online classifieds make it easy to find that perfect car. Going one step further into the testosterone-laced world of V-8 power and Hemi engines, muscle car classifieds are a handy source of information.
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There’s More Than One Way to Locate a Car
One way to search for muscle cars is by looking at the make, model or year. Mautofied.com, a website with numerous listings, allows a search based on location, make, model or options, vehicle features or other categories. For example clicking on Chevy, and then narrowing down the search based on vehicles for sale or possible trade, helps pinpoint what you want. There are all kinds of cars in every price range and with various options. Auto insurance rates for vehicles like these are in their own distinct categories, so enter your ZIP code now for a FREE car insurance comparison.
- One of the listing is a 1971 Chevy Chevelle with an asking price of $29,500. This sleek two-door coupe, with a customized silver and orange paint job, has rear-wheel drive, eight cylinders and automatic transmission. The interior is black, and it has a navigation system and upgraded intake, air ride suspension from Air Ride Technologies and a Holley carburetor with electric fuel pump.
- A red 1969 Chevy Chevelle Super Sport is listed for $26,000. Modifications include 22-inch custom rims, a custom system, a custom interior and upgraded intake, headers and exhaust. To give buyers a better look at it, eight photos are included.
- A red 1982 two-door Oldsmobile Cutlass is listed for $15,000. It has rear wheel drive, automatic transmission and a burgundy interior. Like many other muscle cars, its eight-cylinder big block engine takes 93 octane fuel.
Other muscle cars listed include AMC, Buick, Cadillac, Chrysler, Datsun, Dodge, Ford, GMC and Lincoln. Searching for a car based on roll cage, air cylinders, air shocks, airbags, link suspension or race springs brings up more results.
- A 2001 Dodge Viper GTSR, a car built for speed, is listed for $125,000. The eye-catching yellow paint job with black racing stripes is enough on its own to get anyone’s attention. Add in 10 cylinders, six-speed manual transmission, 1,100 horsepower and 960 torque and you get the idea it burns rubber on command. The car runs on 100-plus octane – race fuel – so don’t even try to keep up with it.
- A black 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, decked out with bold white racing stripes, is guaranteed to get the pulse racing on sight. The list price is a cool $50,000, and seven photos accompanying the car give an online view at multiple angles. Modifications include a roll cage, suspension coilovers and tinted windows. Under the hood, its eight cylinders give 600 hp, and the car cruises along smoothly on 20-inch custom rims.
Get More Muscle for the Money
On themusclecarplace.com, sellers can place a listing for $39 and have it run for 30 days. To keep car owners and enthusiasts in the communications loop, there is an option to click either on a link to the eBay Motors muscle car listings or a link to learn about the Muscle Car Dealer Program. The latest listings are truly radical street machines.
- A 1966 Oldsmobile 442, listed at $32,995, is advertised as having a rebuilt engine and only one repaint. The car is in good shape, with its original bodywork and floor pan completely rust-free. It has classic bench seats, automatic transmission, power windows and power steering, as well as a 400 cubic V-8 engine.
- A 1964 Chevrolet Impala seems like the epitome of a classic muscle car, and shoppers doing their homework can find one here for $22,995. It has 34,824 miles, blue interior, automatic transmission and an original 327 and Powerglide drive train. The chrome and trim is original, and power under the hood comes from an original 327 cubic inch V-8 engine.
- For a little less, a 1964 Ford Galaxie is listed with an asking price of $16,995. The car has red interior, a four-speed manual transmission, a 390cid V-8 engine and a powerful Edelbrock carburetor and intake manifold. For those who collect car stats, this one was made in Atlanta in November 1964.
Look for a Classic Car to Find Hot Wheels
Literally thousands of cars are listed on autotraderclassics.com, which makes finding the right muscle or pony car easier than scouring the newspaper classifieds the old-fashioned way. Prices vary widely, to fit all budgets.
- One of the most heart-stopping listings comes with a warning advising shoppers the price listed is no typo. The asking price – more than $3.3 million – is for a 1970 Hemi Plymouth Barracuda with only 17,750 miles. The vehicle is identical to the factory-sponsored All-American Racer Barracudas Swede Savage and Dan Gurney raced in the 1970 Trans Am Series. The owner seems sincere in selling it, as evidenced by the 12 photos showcasing the car’s assets.
- A bit less expensive is a pair of 1969 Ford Mustangs, going for almost $400,000. The rare Boss 302 cars were given as the grand prize in a 2011 charity giveaway to help Iraq and Afghanistan veterans with their medical care.
- On the other end of the scale, many vehicles affordably priced at $10,000 or less are listed. Among those are a rebuilt 1978 Pontiac Trans Am for $9,995; a 1973 Dodge Charger for $6,900; and a 1974 Pontiac GTO with a 350 motor block, shaker hood and shaker breather for $4,800.
Listings are updated regularly, so check the classifieds frequently for the most up-to-date information on what cars are for sale. It goes without saying that purchasing insurance for these classic cars will be more expensive than insuring other types of cars, so before you put down any money shop around for the best rates. One of the easiest ways to save time and effort is to get a FREE quote comparison by ZIP code.