6 classic muscle cars you can afford in South Africa

One of the best things about being an automotive enthusiast, is knowing the exciting history of the classic American muscle cars. The roaring powerful engine, the smell of the fancy paint scheme and the motion of the thick wheels and tires.

The production of these muscle cars was amazing. The cars were big and brute, and every year manufacturers would release an even better and competitive car, and even today people still find classic muscle cars as attractive as they did in the past.

Classic muscle cars are the big, loud and extreme burning machines that were produced by the likes of Ford, Chevy, Chrysler and even AMC. Featured here is a list of 6 of the most amazing classic muscle cars from the past 40 years or so that you can find in South Africa.

  • 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1

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Estimated cost: R595 000
Horsepower: 375
Torque: 610 N•m (450 lb•ft)

  • 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

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Estimated Price: R350 000
Horsepower: 290
Torque: 290

  • 1969 Ford Mustang Fastback

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Estimated Price: R350 000
Horsepower: 375
Torque: 610

  • 1970 AMC Javelin

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Estimated Price: R70 000
Horsepower: 315
Torque: 576

  • 1968 Dodge Charger

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Estimated Price: R200 000
Horsepower: 425
Torque: 490

  • 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda

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Estimated Price: R190 000
Horsepower: 425
Torque: 490

You have to experience the joy of being inside a classic muscle car. All the cars mentioned were and still are some of the most awesome vehicles. When you come across one you could get goose bumps from the roaring engine and dreaming of driving one on the South African roads.

It was during the 1960′s and 70′s that automakers became competitive with their muscle car offerings. In the past years, although the production of most of these cars has stopped, their existence today still offers pleasure to a lot of people, because people love them.

Which classic muscle car is your favourite? Let us know what your favourite is and what you love about it.

You can find most of these cars by searching online, through dealerships and private sellers. In some places, the muscles cars are appreciated and only used for show.

Are you looking for classic muscle cars for sale in South Africa, visit the Auto Mart website for deals on pre-owned cars.

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14 Responses

  1. Charlie says:

    Please let me know how I can contact you.
    I am interested in buying one of your cars

    • Struan Langlands says:

      Hi Charlie,

      Auto Mart is an online platform which connects the buyer and the seller. You need to contact the seller/dealership via the contact form on the actual Ad.

      Regards,

  2. CLINT says:

    Hi l am interested in the Dodge Charger give me a email thanks CLINT

  3. collen says:

    hi my name is collen, i would like to ask more about your cars and payments, please provide me with your email or kindly please send me a test email on mothibelitc@gmail.com….i am very interested

    • Struan Langlands says:

      Hi Collen,

      Thanks for your feedback. Auto Mart does not take part in any of the transactions between the seller and buyer. You will have to negotiate financing directly with the seller/dealership. You can contact the dealership via the contact form on the actual advert.

      Kind regards

  4. PAUL BOTHA says:

    HI I AM LOOKING FOR A 69 CAMARO

  5. Narvesh says:

    2000 Pricing, do you have a delorean for sale doc, l have 50k.

  6. Robbie says:

    Hi very interested in dodge, Mustang and the fastback pls email me details thanks robbie stanger 4rm S.A. No1

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