As I was checking out AutoHunter’s docket, the online collector car auction platform driven by ClassicCars.com, this trio of power-packed muscle cars grabbed my attention.
If any of these muscle cars pique your interest, visit its AutoHunter listing to learn more, peruse its photo gallery and sign up to bid.
Nothing screams American muscle quite like a bright red 1970s Chevelle SS. This example up for auction on AutoHunter is a beautifully restored, two-owner sports coupe that has won multiple awards at its local car shows.
Power comes from a replacement LS6 454cid V8 paired with a Muncie 4-speed manual transmission. The seller notes in the listing that the car’s original matching numbers 396cid engine is included in the sale.
The interior looks to be in pristine condition trimmed in black vinyl with matching door panels, dash and SS 454 floor mats.
This 1979 Camaro sporting the stylish Berlinetta trim is in mostly original condition despite the upgraded Hurst dual-gate shifter and a modern audio system.
The body is finished in its original brown paint with tan pin stripping and features glass T-tops that reveal a tan vinyl and cloth interior when removed.
Powering the Camaro is a matching-numbers LM1 350cid V8 paired with a 3-speed turbot 350 automatic transmission.
With just 42,000 miles driven by two owners, this limited-edition 1986 Saleen Mustang is a future collector car you’ll want to keep your eye on.
The body wears a lower air dam at the nose, a model-specific wing spoiler on the rear, and has a neutral-gradient striped decal running along the rocker panels.
It’s powered by a matching-numbers 5.0-liter 302cid High-Output V8 that was factory-rated at 200 horsepower and 285 pound-feet of torque.