This was a short month, but we've sell seen many impressive cars for sale!
The classic and collector car market is a fantastically diverse tapestry of vehicles from every breed and era. Delving into the classifieds reveals some real gems waiting to find a new home with both enthusiasts and serious collectors alike. Every week we’ll be highlighting the top cars in need of a new home that caught our eye.
Last Year’s Corvette Is Still The King Of The Road
The Corvette is one of those cars that just keeps getting better. Although, the eighth generation design change has seemed to interrupt the trend of the incoming model year topping the one prior. Not that the C8 Stingray is not the most powerful base model to date because it is. However, the title for the most capable Corvette is still being held by the 2019 ZR1 which is able to sprint to 60-mph in under 3-seconds and hit a top speed of over 212-mph.
An All Original 1965 Pontiac GTO Could Be Yours
Arguably one of the best looking and most highly sought after muscle cars of the 1960s, the Pontiac GTO was the king of the road at one time and for many it still is. As the original muscle car era progressed though, the competition became more and more fierce and the GTO risked losing the race, not only from new cars rolling off the line but from enthusiast and backyard mechanics as well.
RestoMod Land Rover Becomes The Perfect Beach Cruising Machine
When it comes to off-roading no name is more synonymous with the topic than that of the Land Rover automotive manufacturer. Over the years, Land Rover has built some of the sickest vehicles to ever hit the mud trails and has even made a name for some of the older vehicles. For instance, this rugged 1975 Land Rover forward control truck. Now you might be thinking that 1975 was a long time ago, and you’d be right. However, this truck is not all original it may even be able to keep up with some of the best off-road type vehicles of today.
Rare Sublime Hellcat Is The Perfect Challenger
Dodge has a reputation for making some of the most incredible muscle cars on the market today. The most notable example of Dodge’s innovation in big, snarling gas-powered supercar slayers is the Challenger Hellcat. Since the Hellcat’s release in 2015, the Dodge muscle car has become the proverbial haven for car enthusiasts who just want more power. Following through on this request is certainly not an issue for Dodge’s signature kid, however, this particular Hellcat has more to offer than just raw power.
Celebrate The Red Hot Vintage SUV Market With This Chevy K5 Blazer
The Chevy K5 Blazer was the secret weapon Chevrolet developed to aim right at the Ford Bronco. Chevy saw great success with the boxy Chevy K5 that was produced from 1973 to 1991, earning its place in the hearts of many adoring fans of 4x4 vehicles. With the new Chevy Blazer and Ford Bronco gaining popularity, it’s starting to feel like we rewound to another era - which has us auto enthusiasts talking a lot about the beginning of these vehicles. The smaller scaled SUVs stormed onto the market with tons of versatility and styling with them.
Faith Hill’s 1960 Corvette To Be Sold At Auction
From Don McLean’s American Pie to Prince’s Little Red Corvette, Chevrolet has been touted by some of the biggest names in music history. Although no one single genre of music has sung Chevy’s praises more than country music. To the point that it should come as no surprise that the National Corvette Museum decided to team up with some of the biggest names in the industry in 2012 to create a special exhibit called Country Music Stars and Cars.
1969 Chevy Chevelle SS396 Heading To Auction
General Motors struck gold with the Chevelle nameplate. The model was available in four different body styles, powered by a slew of engine options, spread over the span of three different generations during one of the most iconic eras in automotive history. As such, it is not all that surprising that the 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle was considered to be America’s most popular mid-size car. This spike in popularity led to production numbers of over 500,000 vehicles in 1969 alone, a majority of which were powered by a V8 engine. However, one of the most coveted options was the 396-cid powered SS Coupe of which over 60,000 were produced. Despite relatively large production numbers, it can be hard to find a well preserved example that hasn’t been tinkered with.