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.
With other muscle cars in Dodgeâ€™s lineup that cost less or did more, the Coronet R/T grew obsolete in 1969. Learn more about the refined but overlooked 1969 Dodge Coronet R/T.
You couldnâ€™t go wrong in the 1960s by stuffing ever-bigger engines into a muscle car, right? Dodge found out the hard way that you could go wrong. Learn why the bigger engine in the 1969 Dodge Dart GTS didnâ€™t help its performance.
Feeling pressure from other muscle cars, Plymouth crammed a 440-cubic-inch engine into its Barracuda in 1969. Find out what this change did to the 1969 Plymouth 'Cuda 440.
There was always controversy about whether AMC belonged in the muscle car club. But with a larger V-8 for 1970, the AMX proved itself again. Find out more about the 1970 AMC AMX.
It wowed its fans with tight suspension and genuine muscle-car performance. But the 1970 AMC Rebel Machine was fated to last only one year. Find out more about the 1970 AMC Rebel Machine.
Buick, in the last great year for muscle cars, built one of the fastest ever. Learn about the massive 455-cubic-inch engine and see the performance numbers for the 1970 Buick GSX.
From the start, Camaro featured a Super Sport edition as a counterpunch to the Mustang GT. Then, a few months into the 1967 model year, Chevy unleashed the SS 396. Learn about this muscle car.
Although it was based on a successful NASCAR racer, the Mercury Cyclone Spoiler II was designed to appeal to a street audience. Check out photos and specifications of the 1969 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler II.
It had a very limited production run, but the Camaro ZL1 may have been the fastest muscle car Chevy ever built. Find out more about the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1.
Deft new styling used for a single model year was not the only reason that the 1969 version would not go down in history as â€œjust another Camaro.â€ Learn more about the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 396.
While the R/T 440 Six Pack wasn't the most powerful version of the Challenger, it was close enough to make it the best value. Check out photos and specs of the 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T 440 Six Pack.
Like many muscle cars, the AAR 'Cuda was spawned from a racer. This one, though, didn't try to be like its track cousin. Find out why the 1970 Plymouth AAR 'Cuda was pure street rod.
Plymouth had something to please everyone in its 1970 Barracuda, with five V-8 engines from which buyers could choose. The Hemi was the baddest of all. Find out about the 1970 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda.
The 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle COPO 427s were among the most feared muscle cars of any day. And they didn't need any badges. Learn more about the â€™69 Chevelle COPO in this muscle car profile.
With the right modifications, the 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 could become one of the most dominant muscle cars on the street. Check out photos and specifications of the 1969 Chevy Chevelle SS 396.
The Chevy Nova was built as a muscle car that could sneak up on people. But the SS 396 version made that impossible. Find out how the 1969 Chevrolet Nova SS 396 gave itself away.
The Ford King Cobra was designed to take back the track, but it didn't make it past the prototype stage. Check out photos and specs of the 1970 Ford King Cobra.
While other muscle cars were putting out special editions in 1969, Buick focused on beefing up the engine in its GS 400. Learn more about the optional enhancements in the 1969 Buick GS 400.
With its fat tires and suspension tweaks, the 1968 Shelby Cobra GT 500-KR out handled all but pure sports cars. Learn more about the GT 500 in this muscle car profile.
The gaudy 454-cubic-inch engine that Chevy unleashed in the 1970 Chevelle signaled the high point and the coming end of the muscle car era. Check out photos and specifications of the 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454.
As the street version of a race-ready car, the 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A was decked out to be a distinct (and conspicuous) machine. Check out photos and specifications of the 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A muscle car.
Dodge brought back the venerable Charger for one last year in 1970. The uplevel R/T Hemi made it a worthwhile decision. Check out photos and specifications of the 1970 Dodge Charger R/T Hemi.
The 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 was designed to beat the Chevrolet Camaro. The twist was that the Boss was built by the same guys who had developed the Camaro. Check out photos and specifications of the 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302.
By 1970, the Ford Torino was getting up in years and had grown in length and weight. But that actually helped it perform like a muscle car. Learn more about the 1970 Ford Torino Cobra.
The Coke-bottle shape declared that the Cyclone Spoiler was Mercury's first truly unique muscle car. Find out how the 1970 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler set itself apart from its cousins in the Ford family.