There’s nothing like a good old musclecar to show the world around you what you’re made of. Whether you’re 18-year old looking for your very first ride or a true veteran from the time when musclecars were as common as new age stores are nowadays – it doesn’t really matter. Musclecars are one of America’s greatest gifts to the world. It’s a shame, but that same world didn’t really recognize the enormous potential for iconic that musclecars possessed. Well, it’s their loss really.
Golden age of musclecars is long gone, and recent downsizing in engine displacement coupled with increased importance of fuel efficiency is condemning even precious few options currently available in the market. Still, if you’re shopping for a musclecar – don’t despair. Second hand icons are still out there, and they come from the time when cars were built to last. That is to say – even 50-year old hot rods can still be found in very good or even mint condition. But, you probably know that already.
What you probably don’t know is what’s the most affordable way to get yourself one? Well, that really depends on your luck, patience and willingness to search far and wide. If a muscle car is in a good condition, rest assured that its current owner will know how to cash that in. There are, however, plenty of deals out there that can easily qualify for steal of the century. One only needs to look for them. Further down, we’ll pinpoint a few deals that could qualify for that. Know, however, that there are plenty of deals sweeter than that altogether. Let’s hit next and take a look at few of the cheapest musclecars you can currently buy.
Ford Torino ’69-’72
It depends on perspective but like any other classic muscle, Torino too can soar sky high when it comes to the sticker. However, late 60’s and early 70’s Torinos can easily be priced below $10,000 as well. We’re talking good condition, not project cars here. After all, would this list make any sense the other way around?