Classic Car Museum

  • 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1 351

    The 1971 Mustang was larger than its predecessor in almost every dimension. In 1971 the Mach 1 started with a base engine of the 302ci based

    $24,995.00
  • 1926 Dodge Brothers Victory Six

    1928 DODGE BROTHERS VICTORY SIX: Four-cylinder models no longer were offered, but two new sixes were added: the Victory Six on a 1l2-inch wheelbase, and the

  • 1960 Chev Impala Hardtop

    The Second generation (1959–1960) Chevrolet Impala was radically reworked sharing bodyshells with Buicks and Oldsmobiles as well as with Pontiac, part of a GM economy move,

  • 1958 Chev DelRay Sedan Delivery Station Wagon

    In 1958, the Delray became a distinct series of its own, taking the place of the 150. The Delray was Chevrolet’s price-leading, no-frills model. It featured

  • 1998 Chev Corvette Pace Car

    1998 marked the fourth time the Chevrolet Corvette had been selected as the Indy 500 Pace Car. Other than mandatory safety features, the Corvette needed no

  • 1962 Chev Corvette 300 hp Gen 1 Corvette

    The last of the straight axle Corvettes was the first to offer a Chevy 327 cid small block V8. It was offered in three forms, with

  • 1953 Chevy Custom Street Rod

  • 1929 Cadillac Coupe

  • 1957 Bel Air Hardtop

    The “Tri-Five” Chevys debut with the 1955 Bel Air. Chevrolet’s full-size model received new styling that earned it the “Hot One” designation by enthusiasts. Unlike Ford

    $44,995.00
  • 1963 Buick Riveria Big Block Buick

    The Riviera was introduced on October 4, 1962 as a 1963 model, with the 325 hp 401 cu in “Nailhead” V-8 as the only available engine,

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