Top American Cities for All Classic Car Enthusiasts

By all definitions, classic muscle cars are just cool. However, if you are the kind that lives and breathes classic muscle cars, these cities may be heaven for you. From dealerships, auto repair shops, car show events, car clubs and even a ridiculous number of cars per capita, these cities have it all.

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St Louis, MO

With the highest number of car maintenance amenities, this city also has the third highest number of car dealerships in the country according to a study by Movoto. The St. Louis Sports Car Club of America and the Coachmen Car Club makes this city a paradise for every enthusiast.

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Las Vegas, NV

This one isn’t a surprise. The epitome of consumerism in America, this city is big on cars. The city also attracts international industry players in the exclusive SEMA show. The cars that they arrive in befit their titles.

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Sacramento, CA

Just name this the double capital. Sacramento doubles as the state capital and capitol of classic muscle cars on the West Coast. The residents here are big on carpooling with an impressive 12.83%. If you love driving around, this is the city for you; just avoid the rush hour.

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Miami, FL

Whatever this city lacks in car clubs and carpooling, it makes up with boasting one of the highest number of car shows per capita. Buy cars from the numerous dealerships and catch a festival just about every week.

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Great discovery work.Now I wish to put it like original mode.

Very cool



you are funny

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62/63 Galaxie 406 Tri power

FE Ford Engine 390, 406, or 427

Look like a old 390 Ford intake

Ford FE engine, 390, 427/8

440 six pack. 1970 Roadrunner. Mopar engine.

Definitely Ford from firing order.

Dodge or Plymouth 340 6 pack set up

390, 406, 427 FE Ford engines

406 Ford Hi-po FE engine.

It’s from a Ford engine the clue is it doesn’t run anymore 😂

Dodge or Plymouth six pack

Tri power ford 390 ,406 or 427

That's got to be out of a 1978 Chevrolet Chevette. The SS with the super double wing and sitten on 28s

2200 Chevy s10 engine

Had a ford firing order on the intake, but the valve cover seat on the intake is throwing me. Special intake for maybe a 351 clevor?

389 Pontiac 64 GTO

Definitely not Dodge it's from a Ford

Has to be Ford cylinder marks show 6-7-8 all on one side.

389 Pontiac tri-power 64-65 gto

Dodge - Plymouth - Chrysler 426 Hemi: the Elephant Engine

Firing order looks like Ford 390/427/428

this intake came off a 406 fe 1962 ford

Briggs and Stratton 5 hp mini bike engine.

Ford only !!!! 352,360,390, 406,403, and 428

Either 389 Pontiac Or Mopar

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Cant beat a Chevy

Love it, in high school I cruised around in a 1933 Chevy pickup my boyfriend had.

It's got radrod potential..

Awesome find!



Great job.Now the reconstruction.


Love it

Sweet find



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