Classic American cars have a special place in the hearts of admirers around the world. Their unique look and design speak a language that is in the world of its own. Sadly, these rare beauties are no longer being produced and that is what makes owning one so exciting. Owning a rare classic American car should be an achievement.
The good news is that there are thousands of classic American cars still roaming the roads in the US. So, the only way to become a proud owner of these rare classic hits is to export cars from USA to your desired country.
Ford Thunderbird 1957
When Ford Motor Company launched Thunderbird in 1955 it became an instant hit among the car enthusiasts. It is still an admired piece of art and is a rare collection item.
Pontiac Firebird 1974
Launched in 1967 by General Motors to compete directly with the Ford’s Mustang, the Firebird is definitely a classic car. It is considered by many muscle car enthusiasts as one of the all time greats.
Ford Mustang 1970
The 1970 Ford Mustang has reputation of being a dream car for countless people around the globe. Its gorgeous looks and roaring engine is just timeless masterpiece. The classic Mustangs are not cheap due their rarity but people are still willing to empty their pockets just to get the hold of that raw muscle car feeling again.
Cadillac Eldorado 1960
General Motors introduced the world to their top of the line luxury car in 1953. The Cadillac Eldorado stole the hearts of many with ahead of the time luxury and an exterior design to please the eyes. Rear wheel drive with a big 6.2L V8 engine the Eldorado was surprisingly comfortable and was the icon of luxury cars in America in the 1950s.
Plymouth Barracuda 1971
Chrysler is famed for producing this amazing machine under the badge of Plymouth. The 1971 Barracuda is one of the all time great muscle cars that shined in the golden era of muscle cars. It got discontinued in 1974 so that makes it very rare.
Chevrolet Corvette Stingray 1973
Of course, how can you not include this masterpiece in this list of all time greats? The Chevy Corvette Stingray ruled the 1970s with its futuristic looks and howling V8 engines. It is still a classic hit, and a fully restored Stingray does not come cheap.
Ford Torino 1970
Ford Torino was manufactured by Ford Motor Company to capture the intermediate market. It featured variations of big blocks of V8 engines and a rear wheel drive transmission.
Chevrolet Camaro 1969
General Motors created Camaro under the Chevrolet badge with just one purpose only – to beat Ford’s Mustang. Although it failed miserably in that task, the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro in its own right is definitely a great classic muscle car. It featured a big block 6.5L V8 powerhouse and the looks of a gorgeous pony car design.
Pontiac GTO 1968
Motor Trend’s car of the year 1968, the Pontiac GTO can be considered to be as one of the greatest muscle cars of all time.