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Nothing screams American muscle more than a huge Roots-style blower on top of a big-block engine....

A lot of people think the muscle car era ended in 1972. And for the most part, they’re right. But if...

When the Plymouth Road Runner hit the streets in 1968, Pontiac was caught off-guard. Their GTO had...

There is no doubt HEMI is king of the hill for Mopar lovers. No word inspires more awe and...

Pontiac was all about performance in the ’60s and ’70s, but speed costs money, and not every buyer...

Muscle cars’ glory days started to fade in the early ’70s, but a few model lines kept up the...

A big block and a drop top — is there anything more you want in a full-size cruiser this...

Upon walking into Sparky’s Garage, I nearly had a heart attack when my ears were assaulted by the...

In 1982, Pontiac retooled the third generation of its classic Firebird line to provide better fuel...

Here’s a rare one – a ’66 Cyclone GT convertible. It’s one of just 2,158 built that year. And...

EPA emissions mandates killed the muscle cars of the 1970s. But those smog rules didn’t say anything...

This Biscayne is a total Q-ship – a monster tri-power 427 in a plain white wrapper. It has 400...

This Australian Falcon XB looks like a cross between a Dodge Challenger and a Ford Ranchero from...

Luxo-barge or muscle car? Chevrolet’s first-generation Monte Carlo has a great silhouette with its...

This ’73 Mach 1 Mustang looks a lot like the original “Gone in 60 Seconds” Eleanor – only with...

Ask a group of car guys what the biggest baddest American muscle car of all time is and you’ll get a...

This well documented GTX shows just 18,838 miles, which are said to actual since new. It wears a...

Oldsmobile’s F-85 is overshadowed the long-running Cutlass that it begat, as well as the well...

In 1969, the Road Runner was near the top of Plymouth’s intermediate-size muscle cars, following...

The Vega was introduced in 1971 as a small car for the Chevrolet line, and it didn’t take long for...

First posted by Joe MacFarland on the eBay Stories blog. Used by permission. The chance of finding...