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1966 Pontiac GTO Super Clean

1966 Pontiac GTO Super Clean For Sale

Buy American Muscle Cars, 1966 Pontiac GTO Super Clean For Sale

Price $34,500
Location Granada Hills, Los Angeles, California

Found this one most desirable American muscle car Pontiac GTO offered for sale by the owner in California. Inspired by the Ferrari 250 GTO name come from. As shown, the first generation of the GTO lineage was released in 1966, and the first GTO became a separate Pontiac model from Tempest LeMans. The entire GM "A" body intermediate line was restyled that year, gaining more curvaceous styling with a grown V8 motor as an option.

This super clean 1966 Pontiac GTO example, only has 85483 miles revealed on its short Ad. Powered by a 389 V8 engine mated with an automatic transmission, unrevealed when the restoration job was done, but all looks very well-present in the photos.


Matching Numbers, 1969 Oldsmobile 442 Convertible

Matching Numbers, 1969 Oldsmobile 442 Convertible

Buy American Muscle Cars, Matching Numbers, 1969 Oldsmobile 442 Convertible For Sale

Price $55,000
Location Portland, Oregon

Detail about this car
Located in Portland Oregon. I can help with shipping or pick you up at the airport. This is the real deal, not a clone, not a tribute, this is a matching numbers 442 fully restored! 1969 Oldsmobile 442 · Convertible

This beautiful fully restored 1969 Oldsmobile 442 convertible with factory air conditioning is in excellent condition and a real head turner when driving down the road. Engine is a 455 with a HD 3 speed on the floor shifter power black convertible top in flawless condition, extreme care has been taken with very few miles being accumulated during this time. Black leather front and rear seats are pristine in condition, belts, trumpet tips, front disc brakes, power brakes, am-fm radio, power steering, down to the frame rails it’s beyond beautiful and well taken care of. Come get a rare piece of art

Beautiful One Owner, 1968 Oldsmobile Supreme Convertible

Beautiful One Owner, 1968 Oldsmobile Supreme Convertible

Buy American Muscle Cars, Beautiful One Owner, 1968 Oldsmobile Supreme Convertible For Sale

Price $34,900
Location Los Angeles, California


Detail about this car by its seller
I have a beautiful one owner 1968 Cutlass Convertible. The car was restored about 12 years ago. This car drives very well. What makes it rare is that it came with a 6 cylinder, 3 on the tree, bucket seats and a convertible top. The top is electric and works well and the original radio works. I was told the car is 1 of 32 that were made in this configuration. It comes with original books and protecto plate and the original black license plates. In My opinion this car belongs in an Oldsmobile collection. I thought I would try and sell it locally first. The car is located in Camarillo, Ca. I would be interested in a trade, let me know what you have. Please leave a phone number when replying to the ad. $34,900.00 obo



1966 Ford Fairlane Pro Touring

1966 Ford Fairlane Pro Touring For Sale

Buy American Muscle Cars, 1966 Ford Fairlane Pro Touring For Sale

Price $38,000
Location Getzville New York

Detail about this car by its owner
1966 Ford Fairlane Pro Touring - 390 V8, 425 hp, Tremec TKO 5 speed Mustang II front suspension, coil over shocks, triangular 4 bar rear suspension Billets speciality wheels 4 wheel disc brakes Ford 9” with 390 gears Vintage air New black interior All new glass Excellent grey metallic exterior finish



1972 Mercury Cougar XR7 Cleveland 351

1972 Mercury Cougar XR7 Cleveland 351 For Sale

Buy American Muscle Cars, 1972 Mercury Cougar XR7 Cleveland 351 For Sale

Price $23,500
Location Eugene, Oregon

Found this one was listed on Craigslist as being offered for sale by the owner in Eugene, Oregon. With this red exterior over the white vinyl interior, quite the eye-catcher on the road. The 1972 Mercury Cougar XR7 convertible carries a 351ci Cleveland V8 paired with an automatic transmission, which only drives 52,800 miles. This second generation of the Cougar was based on the Mustang platform, and the wheelbase was lengthened an inch over the previous generation. Styling was changed to resemble the larger Mercury Cyclone, including an aggressive center grille with four round headlights.

It would be one of the most desirable Mercury classics offered today, a taste of a Mustang with a completely different face, and also one nice car of the muscle cars' golden era.

1968 Ford Galaxie 500 XL Convertible

1968 Ford Galaxie 500 XL Convertible

Buy American Muscle Cars, 1968 Ford Galaxie 500 XL Convertible For Sale

Price $27,900
Location Arlington Heights, Illinois

1966 Dodge Coronet Project Or Parts Car

1966 Dodge Coronet Project Or Parts Car

Buy American Muscle Cars, 1966 Dodge Coronet Project Or Parts Car For Sale

Price $3500
Location Chicago, Illinois

Rare Muscle Car, 1971 Pontiac GT37

Rare Muscle Car, 1971 Pontiac GT37 For Sale

Buy American Muscle Cars, Rare Muscle Car, 1971 Pontiac GT37 For Sale

Price $44,000
Location Tiffin, Ohio

Found this one a red 1971 Pontiac GT37 is rarer and faster than a GTO Judge, hides 400 V8 muscle under the hood. When we ask American muscle car enthusiasts, "What is the best muscle car ever built by Pontiacs?", All will agree, the GTO Judge will be first.

Despite its shorter production year than the Ford Mustang or Chevrolet Camaro, the GTO is widely regarded as the car that popularized the muscle car segment and is therefore still very popular among muscle car enthusiasts today.

No car gets as much love as the GTO, and thanks to a huge muscle car cake in the 70s, insurance companies didn't want to miss out on that cake, so they charged pretty high insurance fees on all kinds of muscle cars back then, and the GTO was no exception.

Then Pontiac built this GT37 to trick the insurance companies for so long. Similar to the GTO, which comes from the LeMans lineage, and was introduced as an option package for LeMans in 1971, the GT37 comes with a wide choice of engine sizes, such as 350, 400, and the highest spec 455. Some units sold carry the 400 M22 Muncie V8 engine mated to a 4-speed manual transmission, as one of them offered here.

It would be one of the most desirable Pontiac classics out there, It's rarer and faster than GTO, and it also overshadows one of the coolest muscle cars that left the Pontiac assembly line during the golden era.