Top 10 Musclecars Predicted to Skyrocket in Value

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Without a doubt, the economic downturn has taken its toll on musclecar values. If you think that means that it’s a bad time to buy a musclecar, then think again. The truth is that what the upper echelon of super-rare musclecars may have taken a big hit, and original ’71 Hemi ‘Cudas are no longer selling for $2 million, many musclecars are still pulling in well over six-figures. In fact, many of these models have yet to peak.

Apparently, we’re on the only ones who think so. Check out this interesting article we came across that lists 10 musclecars that are still brining home the bacon. Among them are the ’70 Olds 442 W-30, the ’70 Buick GSX Stage 1, and the ’69 Boss 429 Mustang