10 Of The Best Vintage Muscle Cars For Sale Online This Week
There are literally pages and pages of them.
As fun as it is to scroll through and look at the pictures and read the descriptions, it can be a bit time-consuming. So, to save you some effort and weed out some of the less exciting listings, we’ve gone through and picked out the 10 best vintage muscle cars for sale online this week.
While the asking prices are often listed below for each muscle car, many of these listings are also taking offers so if you’re interested, but think the price is a tad too high, go ahead and give submitting a bid a shot.
Engine: 318ci v8
Notes: Ice cold AC allows you to cruise in comfort behind the wheel of this hard to find Mopar classic. As you take a look inside the car you will find a few modern updates such as power front bucket seats aftermarket fuel gauge oil pressure and volt gauges. Power disc brakes in the front along with rear drums help you stop with ease. Period correct Cragar wheels compliment the sunburnt orange paint job.
ASKING PRICE: $23,700
Notes: This car was completed just two years ago. It has a 4 speed auto, 350 with over 400 hp. 4 wheel disc brakes, p/s pdb, everything and every nut and bolt has been replaced. Frame off. Over 100K spent.
ASKING PRICE: $49,995
Engine: 360ci Magnum V-8
Notes: This 1970 Dodge Challenger has been enjoyed by three different lifetime owners, the most recent of which took possession of it earlier this year. He informs us that this prestigious classic underwent a multi-year nut & bolt restoration shortly before he purchased it with receipts totaling over $150k and an additional $50,000+ in labor from thousands of man-hours. Every single inch of this classic muscle car has been meticulously brought back to like-new condition and beyond in one of the most outstanding restorations we’ve ever seen.
ASKING PRICE: $99,990
Notes: The car is equipped with an Edelbrock 750 Carb and Performer RPM Intake. It also has Wilwood front disc brakes, Wizard Cooling Alum Radiator and Stewart Warner Gauges. Underneath the car is a new fuel tank and a Pypes Exhaust System. Foose Legend Wheels, Front 235/45ZR17 and Rear 275/40ZR18.
Basically everything is done on the car, just get in it and hang on.
ASKING PRICE: $45,900
Engine: 400ci V8
Notes: Painted to match the original color of Meridian Turquoise, and it is still looking just fab! A dual scooped long “pony car” hood runs rearward to the front glass and sports a hood mounted tachometer which has been rewired to work with the now installed electronic ignition. The interior is all original, and uses more Meridian Turquoise that covers the front buckets, and rear bench. Nary a mark on these originals.
CURRENT BID: $20,200
Engine: 343ci V8
Notes: This 1969 American Motors Javelin is an original. The owner has had it for 1 year. The vehicle runs great and is mainly used for weekend drives.
ASKING PRICE: $22,900
Transmission: not listed
Engine: 289 C Code
Notes: One of the finest examples on the market today. Power steering. Pony interior. Gauge pack. C4 automatic transmission. Show quality paint and cosmetics. Detailed undercarriage and engine back.
ASKING PRICE: $77,500
Engine: 383ci V8
Notes: Engine runs and sounds super strong and holds great oil pressure. Transmission shifts smoothly through all gears. Original color is Q1 blue metallic. The car sounds amazing as it has a 3 inch exhaust system with Flow Masters.
ASKING PRICE: $34,000
Engine: 428 Cobra Jet V8
Notes: This 1969 Ford Torino Talladega is an amazing ride and it’s ready for your local car show! Traveling along with this Talladega is the Framed Marti Report, Original Order Packet, Window Sticker, Owners Manual, Warranty Fact Booklet, Talladega Performance by Ford, along with a Talladega Enthusiast Magazine!
ASKING PRICE: $84,900
Notes: Not only is this a true Y82 Tans am from the factory but is also a W72 400 Performance pkg equipped car with a close ratio 4 speed manual transmission. This is the best and rarest drivetrain available for a 77.
CURRENT BID: $48,000