Is there anything better?
General Motors can claim the fame of people the driver behind the original muscle car, the Olds Rocket 88 back in the 1950s, but they were really boiling by the late 1960s. Finding that absolute recipe for success, GM dominated the American performance car market for many years, and some of the most iconic and collectible ones were made at the end of the 1960s. At the upcoming Maple Brothers OKC Auction, three amazing GM muscle cars from 1969 are going to be up for grabs, will you give one of these cars a new home?
1969 Chevy Chevelle
This stunning Chevy Chevelle is powered by a 454 cubic inch Big Block Chevy engine, which is backed by a turbo 400 automatic transmission. The setup makes 425-horsepower and gets stopping power from 4-wheel power disc brakes. It exhales through a dual exhaust and has a retro sound system. See it here.
1969 Oldsmobile Hurst Cutlass
Powering this amazing muscle car is a matching numbers 455 Ram Air H/O V8 engine, which is backed by a turbo hydramatic transmission, and rated at 380-horsepower. It is one of only 906 made in the Hurst Performance Products partnership. See it here.
1969 Pontiac GTO Judge Ram Air III
This Judge is powered by a 400 cubic inch V8 engine, which is backed by a 3-speed automatic 400 transmission. It is registered with the Pontiac Historical Society, and is one of first 2000 made. See it here.
Maple Brothers Auctions is set to host its second annual Oklahoma City auction Feb. 17 and 18 in the Oklahoma City Convention Center. The auction will offer a collection of high quality, sports, American muscle, hot rods, pickups and custom vehicles suitable to satisfy any collector’s desires with both reserve and non-reserve vehicles. Bidding is available in person and online via Proxibid. Consignments are currently being accepted. Take advantage of low entry and sell fees! Visit https://www.maplebrothersauction.com for more information.