Classic Muscle Cars are typically defined as high-performance vehicles with powerful engines, most made between 1964 and 1975. Learn about more than 100 of our favorites, including Chevelles, Chargers, Mustangs, Road Runners and GTOs.
Car and Driver called the 1966 Plymouth Satellite 426 Hemi "the best combination of brute performance and tractable street manners we've ever driven." Learn more about Plymouth’s ultra-supercar in this muscle car profile.
By 1968, the youth of America needed an inexpensive mainstream muscle car with an inexpensive special engine. Just such a muscle car arrived with the 1968 Plymouth Road Runner. Learn about this legendary car.
"Beauty and the beast" was how Dodge pitched its new Charger in 1966. The Charger 426 Hemi featured a state-of-the-art interior with lots of chrome plus Chrysler's 426-cid Hemi V-8. Learn about this muscle car.
In 1966, Oldsmobile's interpretation of the modern supercar -- the Cutlass 4-4-2 -- was quickly gaining a reputation as the best balanced of the bunch. Learn more about that muscle car in this profile.
The Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 took several steps forward and a couple steps back for 1967. Advancements came in road manners and driveability, but the dashboard still was boring. Learn about this muscle car.
The Chevrolet Chevelle's climb to muscle car stardom began with a couple of mid-1965 maneuvers to recapture lost ground. The result was the 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396. Learn more about this muscle car.
With freshened styling, the 1970 Road Runner was an integral part of Plymouth's "Rapid Transit System" -- the advertising tagline applied to its bawdiest muscle cars. Learn more about the 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Hemi.
In 1968, GM's midsize lineup got new bodies, and two-door models got a shorter 112-inch wheelbase. That meant big styling changes for the muscle contingent, including the Buick GS 400. Learn about this muscle car.
Recognizing the GTO's growing popularity, Pontiac promoted it from a Tempest option to a full-fledged model for 1966. The GTO rewarded Pontiac with record sales of 96,946 units. Learn more in our profile.
In 1967, Dodge introduced a muscle car whose initials stood for Road and Track. Without disturbing the Coronet's lines, the R/T Hemi added enough performance cues to make its meaning clear. Learn about the 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T Hemi.