5 All Time Favorite American Muscle Cars!


In other words high-performance automobiles equipped with a heavyweight V8 engine in a 2-door rear wheel drive, designed for four or more passengers, enormous gas hungry engines and producing over 400 horse power. With an affordable sell price, these beasts are intended for mainly street use and drag racing. But to its fans it’s much more than that.
Movies like “Vanishing Point’ , “Bullitt”, “Fast & Furious” or “Gone in 60 Seconds” that have featured them have helped create a high-speed subculture.
Those cars are collectible and now they worth over hundred thousand of dollars and they are the symbol of the American cars.


Read ahead to see the list:
1968 Shelby Mustang GT500-KR
This Shelby is the most attractive and skillful Shelby Mustangs ever created. Built in Ford facilities by Shelby Automotive from 1968 to 1970.
360 Horsepower
440 ft-lb of Torque
Current market value is $130,000.
1969 Dodge Charger R/T-SE
1968 was the Charger R/T, dodge’s trademark “bumble bee” stripes around its tail.


425 Horsepower
490 ft-lb of Torque
Current market value is $97,406
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454
In 1970, the Chevy Chevelle SS 454 was a new , with a plain and simple design with a brutal engine who raised in the muscle car era.
360 Horsepower
500 ft-lb of Torque
Current market value is $75,000.


1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda
Debuted in 1964, with a basic look from the Plymouth Valiant. There are only 119 units of this barbarian and all of them are with a shaker hood scoop and wide stance.
425 Horsepower
490 ft-lb of Torque
Current market value is $425,000.
1969 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1
Only 69 units are manufactured in 1969 developed in the Can Am racing series by Jim Hall’s Chaparral team, this beast made extensive use of aluminum in the block, heads, intake and ancillary pieces, employing steel only for the forged crank, connecting rods, pushrods and camshaft.


500 Horsepowera
450 ft lb of Torque
Current market value is $425,000.