Coolest Cars For Sale As March Rolls On

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Spring is almost here, but there’s still some coolness in the air, thanks to these cars!

The classic and collector car market is a fantastically diverse tapestry of vehicles from every breed and era. Delving into the classifieds reveals some real gems waiting to find a new home with both enthusiasts and serious collectors alike. Every week we’ll be highlighting the top cars in need of a new home that caught our eye.

1970 Plymouth Road Runner Signed By Richard Petty

Thanks to GAA, enthusiasts have an incredible opportunity to bid on an example of the model that helped Petty get behind the wheel of the famous number 43 blue Superbird and the best part is that it is signed by the man himself. This Loud Mouth Lime 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner Superbird features a 440-cid V8 engine with a version of Chrysler’s 6-pack induction setup and an automatic transmission. The interior is equipped with a black vinyl upholstery, a radio, a heater, and a dashboard signed by Richard Petty.

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Own One Of The Corvettes That Changed It All

Buyers in 1967 seemed to anticipate the overdue and impending change and the 1967’s sales and production suffered. What that means for enthusiasts today is that it can be hard to get a hold of one of these fantastic cars. Vicari Auctions is offering this fully restored 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe with its matching numbers 300-horsepower 327-cid engine mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. The suspension has been fully rebuilt and the car features bolt on wheels and Vintage air conditioning. This is an awesome opportunity for the mid-year Corvette enthusiast.

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This 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback Is Full Of American Spirit

Although this 1967 Fastback Mustang being offered at auction on Clasiq did not start life as a Wimbledon White example, it currently represents one of the most iconic body styles in one of the most iconic finishes. Under the hood the heavily modified 289-cid engine is accented with blue parts and the interior continues the all-American theme with red leather upholstery. On the drivers side fender red, white, and blue hash marks proudly complete this theme.

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Museum Quality 1969 Camaro Pace Car Belongs In Your Collection

GM has been one of the biggest participants in the Indy pace car program. With the exception of the few years that another automaker got involved, every year GM would put its best foot forward helping to kick off one of the biggest racing events in the US and hoping to get the attention of the public. One of the most used models is the Camaro and one of the most popular is the first generation examples of the model. Although a 1967 model is probably the rarest, the 1969 Camaro Pace Car is an icon.

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The Best Of Three Different Generations All Wrapped Up In Pretty Red 1962 Corvette Package

Being offered by Stephen Becker Automotive Group to the tune of $140,000, this 1962 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible restomod features a C4 Newman car creations frame and suspension, Bilstein shocks, a Dana 44 rear with 4.09 posi-traction, an LS1 V8 engine, a 6-speed double overdrive manual transmission, and of course all the classic styling of 1962. Throw in a ton of extra aftermarket parts, a custom interior, and a House Of Kolor Candy Red

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Own A New 2018 Dodge Demon In 2021

2018 was a historical year for Dodge, the introduction of the Demon cemented the Mopar name into the minds of younger car enthusiasts. This particular Demon makes its presence known by sporting one of the most flamboyant colors that the car was offered in. Taking things up a notch, the Demon yawns at the 707 horsepower of the Hellcat while itself makes an insane 840-horsepower when equipped with the one-dollar optional Demon crate. Another thing that makes the Demon so popular is the fact that Dodge was able to push the car to a 9.65-second quarter-mile.

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You Just Don’t See Enough Ford Trucks Getting The Restomod Treatment Like This

It is not really all that surprising that car restorers have turned to restomodding as somewhat of an industry standard. The very concept, though completely unnatural, seems somewhat natural in a very strange way. If you think about it, who would have ever thought that a large portion of the remaining cars from the 1970s would have fuel injection, independent suspension, and rack and pinion steering and yet at the same time it is very fitting that a restorer would want to add the best features of the modern world to their favorite classic body style.

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1955 Chevy Bel Air Just As It Was Intended To Be

Chevrolet changed the course of history in 1955 and revamped their brand with the introduction of the newly redesigned Bel Air. It featured an all new, almost futuristic look that had the ability to make the average American feel as though they were driving a much more expensive Cadillac. Available as a hardtop, convertible, or Nomad wagon the new Chevrolet was truly a car for everyone. So much so that Chevy ended up garnering a whopping 44-percent of the low-priced market segment.

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