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.
GM's were among the best of this era, but its powerful engine technology didn't stop at passenger cars. For an example of that, just take at this short-bed 1969 GMC C10 currently being sold by American Muscle Car Recovery. As you can tell, this truck has received a plenty of custom touches, but the best part of this truck is what's lurking under the hood.
Not many people can say they’ve driven a car used by the host of the Jeopardy! TV game show, let alone owned one of his cars. Now is your chance to do both as this 1956 Jaguar XK140 MC once owned by Trebek himself is up for grabs. McCormick’s Palm Springs Collector Car Auctions is offering this classic British roadster to the public, so now’s the time to register to bid.
GAA Classic Cars is offering the opportunity to own an ultra-rare numbers-matching 1969 Dodge Coronet Hemi Super Bee. While the car had hardly ever seen the street, this Super Bee spent most of its time at the drag strip in the late seventies. Once time and money made it hard to keep racing the car, it was parked for almost two decades with just 9,000 original miles on it. Only 92 hardtops were built for the U.S. market equipped with a 4-speed transmission, and this one may be the only one known to exist in this color combination.
With the introduction of the all-new 2020 Jeep Gladiator, there has been a growing demand for classic Jeep trucks including the Comanche, J10 and the most iconic Jeep pickup of all time, the CJ-8. While many Jeeps are either overly modified or completely worn out, this 1982 Jeep CJ-8 listed through Art & Speed Classic Car Gallery looks like it's all original but hides a few tasteful modifications.
As the last significant American automaker in the United States apart from the Big Three back in the early 1960s, American Motors needed something to really capture consumers’ attention. Performance cars were heating up as the American muscle car wars began, and so history was made when the American Motors AMX was created. Now you have a chance to preserve that unique history by buying this 1968 American Motors AMX.
MBP Motorcars is excited to offer this 1969 Chevrolet Corvette convertible. This vintage gem has had only one owner up until December 2016, and even more, it only has 11,070 original miles on the clock. After leaving the assembly line, this classic Corvette was delivered to Bauman Chevrolet Inc. in Wilkinsburg, Pennyslvania.
The Dodge Viper can make most car enthusiasts weak at the knees with its sleek aerodynamic body lines and potent power plant. For some, it's like seeing a unicorn in the wild, especially when it comes to the rare 2017 Dodge Viper ACR Extreme edition. While most models aren't exactly considered rare, the ACR Extreme is and it is one of the last Vipers produced. JLD Auto Group is excited to offer the opportunity to own this track-ready venomous snake. Even better, this Viper ACR hasn't even been broken in yet with just 2,213 miles on the clock, and it is still under factory warranty.
In the height of the era, AMC already had heavy hitters like the Javelin, AMX and the Marlin, but with its compact Rambler heading out of production, AMC had one more trick up its sleeve. Teaming up with the performance experts at Hurst, AMC created the 1969 AMC Hurst SC/Rambler, which was a small bodied muscle car that was neither slow nor subtle.
It’s easy to feel like all the classic American muscle cars sell for monstrous prices, but that’s not actually true. Case in point: this 1972 AMC Javelin SST is being offered for just $24,900. Before you think for that price you’re not getting an impressive ride, know this AMC has won quite a few awards at shows, thanks to a well-done restoration which addressed the exterior, interior, and underbody. This is a beautiful car a lot of people would be proud to own.
There are plenty of purpose-built track cars out there, but they tend to have little – if any – road manners when it comes to driving on the street. That's where events like the Optima Search For The Ultimate Street Car comes into play creating a competitive series for amateurs to find the best street-legal performance cars. The pro-touring 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 you see here competed in the 2019 Daytona event, and it's currently up for sale through Classic Car Liquidators.
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