A wide range of sought-after '60s and '70s muscle cars are going under the hammer, with estimated selling prices ranging from $30,000 to $135,000.
This very tidy and original 1968 Falcon XR GT four-speed manual sedan is expected to sell in the $60-$70,000 range.
This restored 1968 HK Monaro GTS 307 Coupe is expected to sell in the $65,000-$75,000 range at Shannons Sydney Classic Auction on Sunday.
A similar gold Falcon XR GT sold after last Sunday’s Brisbane Motor Show Auction for $81,000, while a similar Monaro GTS 307 with two-speed Powerglide automatic transmission went for $70,000 at the Melbourne Spring auction last year.
American muscle car enthusiasts have a choice of three impressive Chevrolet Stingrays with this 1969 right-hand drive ‘Targa’ coupe expected to sell in the $32,000-$36,000 range.
A very desirable and well-presented left-hand drive 1963 Corvette L76 Convertible, fitted with a 327-cid V8 engine and four-speed manual gearbox is expected to sell in the $90,000-$120,000 range.
Enthusiasts and collectors looking to get in on the ground floor of the current muscle car mania have many other muscle cars to choose from including a Pepper Red XA GT sedan ($30,000-$40,000), a Falcon XY GS 302 V8 sedan ( $24,000-$30,000).
For those who can stretch the budget a little further there's also an unrestored and unmolested Flamenco Red A9X four-Door Sedan ($110,000-$135,000) as well as three impressive Chevrolet Stingrays and a Mustang Convertible (expect between $34,000 & $120,000).
Further auction listings and details are available through Shannons.