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Chevrolet C10 1972 Street Truck “Orange Crush”

It wears it's Satin Orange paint very well.. Some 20" Black Chrome wheels.. A nice Custom Interior and a LS1 under the hood.. A very cool Truck.. Check it out!!


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Vintage Muscle Cars Are Roaring Back As High-Powered Investments

Investing in vintage muscle cars is all the hype nowadays as one 1970 car could cost a whooping millions of dollars in auction. Buyers and sellers, most of them baby boomers, have rekindled their passion for the cars of their generation, prompting high-powered auctions of these classic cars. Financial analysts are even encouraging interested investors to put their money in these lucrative business since it looks like more and more people are getting interested in collecting these ageless vehicles.

 

 

Full article: https://goo.gl/tXIXk7


4 thoughts on “Vintage Muscle Cars Are Roaring Back As High-Powered Investments”


  1. These cars were built to be enjoyed and DRIVEN !
    (is some cases, DRIVEN HARD)
    These days , they are nothing more than a museum piece that NEVER get driven and enjoyed the way they were supposed to be.

  2. 70 cuda,hemi convert.= 3.5 million? wadda ya gonna do with it?drive it?yeah right

    1. Me personally?
      YOU DAMN RIGHT I WOULD DRIVE IT, DRIVE THE HELL OUT OF IT !
      Keep it, fix it, DRIVE IT !
      YES !


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1971 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda With Only 2k Miles Is Cool, But Is It $1.2 Million Cool?

Everyone likes a good muscle car but people especially like Plymouth Hemi ‘Cudas, giving them the title of the most sought-after model in this specific genre of classic cars.
So when a virtually unused example shows up in our radar, in mint condition and with all the desirable options ticked from the factory, we had to take a closer look.
The custom-ordered HemiCuda is described to be in a true and all-original ‘time-capsule’ condition and has covered only 2,010 miles since new.

Full article: https://goo.gl/CUOIPj


2 thoughts on “1971 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda With Only 2k Miles Is Cool, But Is It $1.2 Million Cool?”


  1. Dennis Myers says:

    I think so. The rarest muscle car ever.
    BEAUTIFUL CAR.

  2. Carl Naquin says:

    1.2 million, for those investors or collectors who have it it is one heck of a vehicle. I got a two year old ’70 Barracuda in June of ’72 that got me through college graduation in ’75 and I drove it until ’77 when I had two pickups and two other cars so I sold it for r$1,000 I’d gladly pay a grand for my little 225 six Barracuda!


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