These are some of the most interesting cars in our inventory, available to buy right now!
What a diverse market the collector car industry represents. Every week, the Motorious editorial staff does a dive into the classified section of the site to find the cars for sale that we would want to buy for ourselves. These cars are more than worthy of a new garage, and we're thrilled to be able to share our picks with the readers each week. Here is a list of cars to check out as we roll into the first during the middle of June.
1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS Convertible Is A Restored Gem
The first-gen Camaro is an icon among classic car collectors in just about all forms, but cars equipped with the RS and SS packages always seem to be a litter more coveted. For a perfect example of this, just check out the 1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS Convertible that is currently up for sale through Corvette Mike Midwest.
Numbers-Matching 1969 Plymouth GTX Looks Fantastic
Whether you’re looking for a great way to start your classic Mopar collection or want to beef up an already impressive garage, this ’69 Plymouth GTXis a good option to consider. This highly presentable muscle car is a numbers-matching example, something which is becoming more difficult to find these days. That alone adds considerably to its collectability both now and in the future.
Vengeance Racing Upgrades Boost This 2018 Chevy Camaro ZL1 1LE
Even in stock form, a Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 is a serious muscle car, with some arguing it’s more of a supercar. That second point might be debatable, but there’s no arguing that this particular ZL1 modified by Vengeance Racing is something to be respected. With more than 860-horsepower on tap, it should be obvious this Chevy should really only be driven by those with plenty of experience using high-powered, rear-wheel-drive cars.
1937 Cord 812 Is Artwork In Motion
When it comes to the best designed automobiles, pre-war cars are always at the top of the conversation, and the Cord 810/812 lineup is an excellent example. Although this car was only offered for two model years (as the 1936 810 and 1937 812), it was at the cutting edge of vehicle design, and this gorgeous 1937 Cord 812 would make the perfect addition to an elegant collection as it is currently up for grabs through the Classic Car Club of America's Full Classics Online Auction.
Paint The Town Red In A Restored 1966 Pontiac GTO
As car enthusiasts, there are certain cars that will stop us dead in our tracks due to its sheer beauty along with admiration of the amount of blood, sweat, and tears that were endured on one piece of rolling art. This meticulously restored 1966 Pontiac GTO is one of those cars.
Set The Pace With This Indy 500 C5 Corvette
The Chevrolet brand and Pace Car program are a natural fit - especially when talking about Corvettes. Chevy’s sports car has filled the Pace Car position more times than any other make/model in the program’s history, will no fewer than 15 notices under its belt. This particular example, a 1998 Corvette Indy Pace Car convertible is a pristine celebration of the program, and one of the Special Edition production models Chevy released to the public.
Elvis Presley's 1967 GMC C10 Ranch Truck Up For Grabs
Elvis Presley had a vast collection of cars, trucks and motorcycles, but one of the lesser known vehicles formerly owned by The King is a trio of 1967 GMC C10 pickup trucks used on his Circle G Ranch. This truck will be up for grabs during the upcoming GAA Classic Cars auction in July, and it will certainly be one of the most high-profile lots.
Here's Your Shot At A 2020 Chevrolet Corvette
There's no denying that the all-new C8 Corvette will likely be the hottest car to arrive in 2020 (and probably one of the most collectible), and if you want to own one of these first-year sports cars, this 2020 Chevrolet Corvette being sold through Classic Cars of Sarasota might be your best shot. This Corvette rolled off the Bowling Green, Kentucky assembly line back in January, and now it's ready to roll into your garage!
Which would you choose? Tell us in the comments below.