|Welcome to The Muscle Car Store! Our website is dedicated to the old-school American Muscle Cars of the 1960s and early 1970s. Yes it's true that muscle cars have been around since before the 1960s and they have also been produced well after the 1970s, in fact muscle cars are still produced to this day.|
The Dodge Challenger, Chevy Camaro, Ford Mustang, Dodge Charger, are all examples of muscle cars that have been recently revived by the manufacturers in Detroit. Yet we muscle car enthusiasts here at The Muscle Car Store are focused on American muscle cars produced in the 60s and early 70s, we feel those are the purest and most famous muscle cars ever produced. The names of the classic old school muscle cars read like a who's who of the greatest American cars ever produced: The Chevy Camaro, Chevelle, Malibu, Corvette, Nova, The Ford Mustang, Fairlane, Galaxie, Torino, The Dodge Charger, Challenger, Cornonet, Dart, The Oldsmobile 442, The Plymouth Barracuda, Duster, Fury, Satallite, The Pontiac GTO, Catalina, The Mercury Cougar, Montego, and the AMX Javelin, are the names that will live forever in automotive history and if you are looking to find one of these classic muscle cars to buy you have come to the right web site.
If you have a late model muscle car, like a Mustang, restore it back to its original glory with Mustang restoration parts from AmericanMuscle.
Muscle cars are certainly a American phenomenon yet auto manufacturers all over the world have produced vehicles inspired by the American made muscle cars of the 60s and 70s. However, no cars have ever combined the raw power and style of the classic American made muscle car in our opinion. Muscle cars redefined the auto making industry and are sought after to this day. During the muscle car era the major auto manufacturers were literally doing everything in their power to "one up" each other making cars lighter, faster, and more mean looking. What an amazing time in the history of the automobile!
Today many original muscle cars have sold for hundreds of thousands of dollars making these cars a far better investment than risking your money in the stock market. There are not too many folks that don't get a shiver up their spine when they see a 1970 Dodge Challenger or a 1967 Chevy Camaro rumbling down the street. There is just something about these American made beasts that fascinate auto enthusiasts around the globe. The great thing is you can still get your hands on a classic American made muscle car. Finding and purchasing the right muscle car might take a large chunk of change, but if you are prepared to do a little restoration you can still find a "fixer upper" for relatively cheap. That's where we come in, we scour the internet daily finding all the best deals on Muscle cars for sale and placing them all in one convenient place for you to browse and see whats available.