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AMERICA'S FAVORITE PONY CAR
The original Ford Mustang was introduced to the public on April 17th, 1964 by Henry Ford II at the New York World's Fair. That same day, the all-new Mustang model galloped its way into Ford dealerships across America where it proved to be an instant success with over 22,000 orders immediately placed. Sales for coupes, convertibles, and the 2+2 ‘fastbacks’ far exceeded Ford’s own projections and the world’s most popular pony car has never looked back, with nary an unsuccessful iteration to speak of. Almost sixty years and exactly six model generations later, the legendary Ford Mustang is still America’s favorite Pony car, and the envy of car manufacturers all over the world.
THE CHEVY CAMARO WAS BUILT TO RIVAL THE FORD MUSTANG
Built under the GM umbrella, the Chevrolet Camaro is a mid-size vehicle that was specifically created (in a rush) to compete against the hot-selling Ford Mustang. Introduced for the 1967 year, it instantly became the Mustang’s most intense rival, although it took 10 years for the Camaro to finally surpass the sales of its formidable opponent. Depending on the version, it can fall in either the pony or muscle car category, although with its wide and substantial body, big engines, and rear-wheel drive, Bowtie fans tend to classify it as the latter – especially when comparing it against the diminutive early Mustang. With 42 years and six-generations as an American icon, it’s the Pepsi to Mustang’s Coke, and choosing between them is like comparing the Rolling Stones to The Beatles. And for millions of fans, that’s what makes it the BEST.
America's most iconic sports cars
Born from Harley Earl’s original design and brought to life by legitimate genius Zora Arkus-Dontuv, the Chevrolet Corvette is about as American as baseball and apple pie. A veritable “dream car” that revolutionized motoring in Western civilization as Chevrolet’s “halo car”, the Corvette evolved from a bare-bones, thrill-seeking cruiser in 1953 to a bonafide sports car by the time we were calling it a Sting Ray in 1963. By the time the torch was passed to Larry Shinoda and Bill Mitchell (albeit still under the watchful eye of Mr. Duntov), the mid-year Corvette was widely known as “America’s Sports Car”, a distinction the legend has not relented in the 70 years and eight generations it’s been in production. Success on wheels, the Corvette is deeply engrained into America’s DNA and is one of our greatest contributions to the world – a fact that still rings true today with the revolutionary C8.
One of Chevy's most successful muscle cars
One of Chevrolet’s most successful nameplates, the Chevelle has rightfully earned its tough-fought crown as the “King of all Muscle Cars”. Spanning the course of thirteen years and three generations, the Chevelle’s A-Body platform birthed coupes, sedans, wagons, and spin-offs like the El Camino and Monte Carlo. Unquestionably considered muscle-car royalty, the Chevelle is the epitome of classic American performance, and with the car’s sleek styling, dynamic range of powerful drivetrains, and famous reputation on the streets as a dominating brawler – it’s one of the hottest collector vehicles on the classic car market today.
Our best selling classic trucks
The idea started simply enough: fit a car chassis with a hand-built utility bed to help carry materials around a booming Chevrolet factory. Before long, those very factories would be churning out these trucks in the millions to help build an ever-expanding American nation soaring to new heights after WWII. From the early, utilitarian Advance-Design 3000 Series trucks and its rugged Task Force disciples, to the revolutionary C/K Series pickups that transformed the market with numerous redesigns and decades of dominance, and to the modern GMT400 ‘OBS’ models that catapulted the nameplate into the future and permanently embedded Chevrolet into the bedrock of American pickup lore. The Chevrolet Bowtie is the ubiquitous symbol for ‘pickup truck’, and the vintage truck market is full of these wonderful examples for sale today.
The #1 selling truck of all time
Ford F-Series trucks are the gold standard of American pickups, outselling every other brand by large margins for decades. Innovative, tough, dependable, and easily recognized around the globe, they’ve always set the bar incredibly high while managing to improve upon every generation. From the workhorse F-1s developed after WWII, the ever-changing and always-stylish F-100s that spanned six generations, and the ‘Built Ford Tough’ F-150s that transformed pickups into personal vehicles and continue to innovate and push the envelope today – nothing compares to the Ford F-Series line. Baseball, apple pie, and Ford trucks, there’s no other make-and-model that exemplifies America better.
An American icon, born of war
From its brave beginnings as an American war hero, to its humble service as a civilian workhorse, the Jeep CJ paid its dues as a utilitarian, jack-of-all-trades with limitless, ‘go-anywhere’ and ‘do-anything’ capabilities. So, when it came time for the model to segue into the life of a pleasure craft, the buying public knew it had an extremely solid foundation on which to build. This made the Jeep CJ – a unique 4x4 vehicle with no real contemporary – an instant hit that quickly grew into legend with each iteration. The diminutive CJ-5 got the party started and showed us that a vehicle with a ‘tub’ and easily removable roof/doors is actually quite practical, the CJ-7 stretched its legs and helped us get more comfortable, while the CJ-8 proved that it could carry a big load whenever called upon.
Noteable popular models
From Bel Air cruisers to bucking Broncos, low-slung Impalas to hotrod Novas, or muscle-bound Mopars, pretty Pontiacs, killer Cobra replicas, and everything in between – the classic car landscape is filled with legendary icons from just about every car maker. We’re fortunate enough to have some of the world’s finest vintage automobile examples drive through our doors every day, and although we’d need to publish a virtual encyclopedia to explore them all on their individual merits, we can’t resist but highlight some of our staff favorites and yearly best sellers below.