We’ve all heard of the 1970 Hemi ‘Cuda and big-block Chevelle SS. Those are the go-to images when bench racing the rare muscle car. As a result, prices are tipping $100,000 for clean, original versions. If you can’t afford that, don’t worry; there are other rare muscle cars that are more unique than some of those old standards. With atypical bodies and muscle car hardware underneath, these machines are worth finding and restoring.
These rare muscle cars are out in the open, often found in owners’ garages, or better yet, on a small dealer lot that is more interested in selling its fleet of Ford F-150s over the old car in the corner. Yes, these models are still out there—you just have to know what you are looking for. Here are some samples of valuable American muscle cars that collectors have likely failed to notice.
For the full list, check out this article from Motor Trend.