Classic American muscle cars: 10 cheapest cars

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    Classic American muscle cars are expensive, so few people can own them, but there are still cheap muscle cars and impressive designs.

    Here are the 10 cheapest “muscle” models on the market today, as voted by Autoguide Magazine. Before taking a look at surprisingly cheap classic American muscle cars, let’s first find out what is a classic car? Classic cars have 2 types: classic over 30 years old and Vintage over 50 years old, depending on what factors make it a classic car such as: car line, machinery, copper paint.

    Chevrolet Camaro Coupe (Turbo)

    The most “muscle” car worth buying today is the Chevrolet Camaro 1LS. Equipped with a 2.0 L engine and a 6-speed manual transmission, this Chevrolet is priced at only $ 25,000 USD. At this price, customers will receive a 4-cylinder engine, capacity of 275 horsepower, producing an impressive 400 Nm of torque. Despite being an imported car, the Camaro still comes with many standard equipment in terms of performance, such as a limited-slip rear differential, a six-speed manual transmission, a sport suspension and a mode selector. drive. Price: 25,000 USD  for the 1LS 2.0L Turbo version.

    Chevrolet Camaro Coupe Turbo

    Chevrolet Camaro Coupe (V6)

    For an extra $2,095, the Camaro can be fitted with a more powerful 335-horsepower 3.6-liter V6. As an option on the 1LT, the Camaro V6 has all the features of the turbocharged 4-cylinder 1LS variant plus some extras. Most of the extras are for passenger comfort and aesthetics rather than performance, such as silver-plated 18-inch wheels, power-adjustable passenger seats, and a subscription to SiriusXM radio. Price: 27,095 USD for the 1LT 3.6L version.

    Ford Mustang Ecoboost Fastback

    A few years after the model celebrates its 60th anniversary, the Mustang is equipped with a powerful 2.3-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine that produces 310 horsepower and 474 Nm of torque. The car is equipped with a high-performance EcoBoost engine package that boosts output to 330 horsepower, but of course this comes at an extra cost. The standard EcoBoost Fastback versions include a 6-speed manual transmission, 2-piston front brake calipers, rear limited-slip differential and electronic road lock for spectacular breakthroughs. Price in USD: 27,205 USD.

    Ford Mustang Ecoboost Fastback

    Dodge Challenger SXT

    A more traditional “muscle” car than a Camaro or Mustang, the Dodge Challenger is a large, stylish American coupe. The SXT variant costs more than competitors in the segment, but is also the only car to come with a standard automatic transmission. The Challenger has more room for five people than a Chevy or Ford. The Challenger is powered by Dodge’s popular 3.6-liter V6 that produces 303 horsepower. Power is transmitted to the rear wheels through the aforementioned 8-speed automatic transmission. For a larger amount, customers can upgrade to the GT version and equip the Challenger with all-wheel drive, something a Mustang or Camaro can’t do. Price: $30,430 USD.

    Chevrolet Camaro Coupe LT1

    The car is equipped with a powerful V8 engine to become the price leader for V8 engines, Chevrolet introduced a new version of the Camaro called the LT1 a few years ago. The LT1 doesn’t have some of the other performance upgrades from the pricier SS model, giving customers easy access to a lower-cost 6.2-liter 455-hp V8. But that doesn’t mean the Camaro LT1 isn’t a performance car. The car still has a 6-speed manual transmission, Brembo brakes, limited-slip differential and of course 616 Nm of torque. Price: $34,000 USD.

    Chevrolet Camaro Coupe LT1

    Dodge Charger GT

    A “muscle” car isn’t necessarily a coupe. When equipped with the right equipment, a full-size American sedan will do just fine. The Dodge Charger GT fits the bill. The GT version’s 3.6-liter engine increases 8 hp to over 300 hp. But more importantly, the GT version comes with 245/45ZR20 all-season performance tires, while the SXT comes with 215-65R17 touring tires. If that’s not enough to get you excited, the Charger GT can be added with all-wheel drive for an extra $3,000, price: $35,275 USD.

    Ford Mustang GT Fastback

    The 5.0-liter V8 produces 460 horsepower and a sound like no other in production today. More than a “tire cutter”, the GT also has operating features such as 4-piston front brake calipers, launch control and optional electric power steering. If you want more performance, the $6,500 GT Performance Package is a good place to start, as it upgrades the wheels, tires, brakes, suspension, differential, and controls electronics. Price: $36,285 USD.

     

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