1968 Pontiac GTO Hard Top (Class of ’68)
1967 Chevrolet Impala SS (Hemmings Muscle Magazine)
The 1967 Impala™ SS427 hardtop in Emerald Turquoise with a black vinyl top featured on the cover of the September 2012 issue.
Baldwin Motion 1971 Chevrolet Camaro
The second-generation 1971 Chevrolet® Camaro™ is displayed in ascott blue with black Baldwin Motion twin stripes, and black interior. Featuring a 454–four speed engine this vehicle was only the 2nd 1971 Baldwin Motion Camaro™ and was the first to feature large spoilers.
1971 Plymouth Duster 340
The Duster was introduced in 1970 as a 2-door semi-fastback version of the Plymouth Valiant to compete with the Chevy® Nova™ and the Ford Maverick.
2004 Pontiac GTO Coupe (Car & Driver)
The original Pontiac® GTO® was an immediate performance icon until the end of 1973, launching the muscle car genre.
1974 Dodge Monaco Illinois State Police
In 1974 Dodge built 4900 of the Monaco specials that would find their place in many police squads and taxi companies from coast to coast. The newly styled full-sized 1974 Monaco rode on a 122 inch wheel base, and could be ordered with the 440 cubic inch big block. For the first time, it could also be optioned with radial tires.
1957 Chrysler 300C (Popular Mechanics)
The Popular Mechanics™ 1957 Chrysler 300C may have been the 3rd of the iconic 1950’s “muscle luxury” cars from Chrysler, but it was one which captured the imagination of the buying public.
1966 Chevrolet Biscayne Maryland State Police Car
Named after a show car displayed at the 1955 General Motors Motorama, the Biscayne was the least expensive model in the Chevrolet® full-size car range.
1967 Ford Mustang GT 2+2 (Golden 50th Anniversary of Mustang)
AutoWorld is issuing a series of vintage Mustangs in period correct shades of gold. As part of the Mustang 50th Anniversary series, AutoWorld is issuing an Aspen Gold 1967
1937 Cord 812 Convertible Red (Road & Track)
The 812 Convertible or Coupe with supercharger is among the most sought after of all 810/812 Cords. Its swooping fenders, sweeping horizontal radiator grille, and hidden headlights were unlike anything else on American highways. Although it wasn’t the first, Cord was the only front-wheel drive production car available in America for the next three decades.
1970 Ford Torino Cobra
For 1970, Ford totally redesigned their Torino with a sleek new design. The top performance version was the fastback Cobra with its unique grill, standard black out hood treatment and drag racing Cobra snake emblems. The base Cobra engine was the 429 4 barrel with a standard 4 speed and Hurst shifter. Motor Trend awarded the new Torino line as “Car of the Year”.