Celebrating the best classic muscle cars ever built

1965 Ford Shelby Mustang GT350 -
Those blue Le Mans stripes are recognizable worldwide. The stock GT350 had plenty of muscle, with a V8 and 271 hp.

1965 Buick Skylark Gran Sport -
The first Buick muscle car featured a potent V8 engine with 325 hp. It would go from 0-60 mph in 7.8 seconds.

1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500KR - KR stands for "King of the Road," and how cool is that? Only around 1,200 of these were built, making them rare and expensive. 

1968 AMC AMX -
AMX stands for the "American Motors experimental" code used on concept cars. Its most powerful engine was a V8 that revved 340 hp.

1968 Dodge Dart GTS -
Not as popular as the Charger, the Dart did find its place in muscle car lovers' hearts. This version included a 426 V8 Hemi engine that produced 425 hp.

1970 Ford Torino Cobra -
Elected Motor Trend's 1970 Car of the Year, the Torino Cobra was a mean machine. It featured a roaring V8 delivering 375 hp that would take it from 0-60 mph in 7 seconds.

1971 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda -
Reportedly only 11 convertible Hemi 'Cudas were ever built. These are worth quite a lot now. In 2013, one was sold for US$1.32 million.

1969 Boss 429 Mustang -
The Boss 429 engine was so big that the chassis had to be adapted. It became famous for winning the 1966 Le Mans.

1957 Chevrolet Bel Air -
The 1957 Chevy is an indisputable classic. There is no car quite like it. 

1970 545 LS6 Chevy Chevelle - In 1970, Hot Rod Magazine described the Chevelle as "one of the brutes, and all it needs is a way of staying in contact with terra firma."

1970 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am Ram Air IV - These are very rare and expensive classic muscle cars. Not so long ago, one was listed for US$250,000.

1958 Plymouth Fury -
Some people might recognize the Fury from the early '80s horror movie 'Christine.' But the only thing scary was how much power it had back then: 315 hp.

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