Auction companies love when one of these rolls onto their block. Potential buyers go crazy over them. People will travel all across the world for the chance to buy it. Unfortunately, only one person will drive away in their new car. The rest of those potential buyers will more than likely leave with something else in order to make their trip worthwhile. Because these cars bring in some very fat wallets, the auction company makes more money on all the cars just because the one highly collectible model was available.
This list is all about muscle cars. There are some criteria a car must meet in order to be considered a “classic” muscle car, and therefore be included on this list. First the car must be equipped with a V-8 engine. It also must be made in America during the late 1960s or early 1970s. Most muscle cars have only two doors. Four door models are the subject of a long argument between muscle car fans; however all agree that two-door models are muscle cars. Lastly, they must have been production cars. This means they are not race cars. Someone could have actually gone to a dealership and bought one these. It does not matter if it was available on lots or if it had to be specially ordered from the manufacturer. It just has to a car that could be purchased by anyone.