You fancy muscle cars? Dig in to this list of 10 greatest old muscle cars and get to know them a little bit more!
1967 Shelby Mustang GT500
This super snake fastback doesn’t disappoint! With its 428cu (7.0L) V8. 2.048 engine, no wonder it was featured in the 2000 action movie remake of "Gone in 60 Seconds”!
1966 Shelby Cobra 427
Of all the Cobra variants the 427 Semi/Competition or S/C is the most desirable series. This series were strictly made for racing complete with solid lifters and side oil passage which this series is very known for.
1969 Z28 Chevy Camaro
The 1969 Z28 Chevy Camaro had single season styling and unique combination of brake, engine, exhaust, and induction option. This is probably the reason why it was the most sought after Z28, though it wasn’t the fastest muscle car.
1970 Chevelle 454 SS
Producing an incredible, tire spinning 450 horsepower, this Chevelle 454 is truly invincible over a quarter mile.
1970 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda
Aside from the V-8 engine, shaker hood, featuring an air intake mounted on top of the engine's air cleaner that protrudes through a hole in the hood which was a standard on this bad boy, the dual-carburetor, 426-cubic-inch Hemi that whipped up 425 horsepower seals the deal with this one.
1965 Pontiac GTO
Back in the day and even up to this day, the 1965 Pontiac GTO is a hit. With its 3/2 BBL 398 V8 engine which produces 360 horsepower evokes speed and style along with its coke bottle curves!
1970 Boss 302 Mustang
You know why many car enthusiast desire this car? It’s because it’s not just some vintage track car, but a car that helped serious racers and enthusiasts improve their own Boss 302’s.
1969 Dodge Charger
To attract more youthful drivers, the 1969 Dodge Charger sported a new grille and tail light treatment to bolster the sporty image. Nevertheless, it was still legendary.
1968 Pontiac Firebird Coupe
You probably may not compare it to today’s well-built car, but it will still turn heads. Plus for an old car, it’s performance is commendable.
1970 Buick GSX
Once upon a time, the roads were graced by this 455-cubic inch V8 engine. There’s no denying that it remains the era’s largest engine ever.