By Dave Ashton
Here are today’s muscle car finds from across the Internet. If any of these don’t take your fancy, as usual you could try our muscle cars for sale section http://fastmusclecar.com/muscle-car-for-sale/
1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS
Transmission: Muncie 4 speed
This is a numbers matching 1969 Camaro RS/SS with an engine number stamp of V0213HA. It comes with documentation to verify the car and an original bill of sale.
It clearly has a ton of rust with the floors and trunk pan rusted through and rust in many other areas.
It clearly needs a ton of work, but for those confident enough, this could turn out to be a great Restoration project.
1967 Pontiac GTO 24217
Exterior Color: Tyrol Blue
This was originally a 400 4 speed GTO, but still has its original Tyrol Blue paint. It now has a brand new 455 XF Block, bbut it still has the original Muncie 4 speed and 10 Bolt Rearend.
A complete interior but it’s clear from the rust holes and condition, it will need a thorough restoration.
1968 Plymouth Belvedere
Engine: 225 CI Six Cylinder
From one extreme to another, this is a 1968 Plymouth Belvedere, unrestored with loads of documentation and ready to drive away. From the interior to the engine compartment, everything is original here.
It may only be a six cylinder, but it is still a fantastic example of an all original Mopar. seller also seems to be an avid collector, which means if you’re not interested in this one. I’m sure he will have something for you in the future.
1970 Dodge Charger 500
Engine: 7.2L 440Cu. In. V8
Charger 500’s are rare and this one is no exception. It has the 440cu. engine and is in reasonable condition apart from a few rust spots here and there. It is also said to need a new paint job and some interior restoration.
This one is not going cheap, but after you sort of the issues you will definitely have a surefire rarity.