CarsOnLine.com carries a list of muscle cars for sale. Gateway Classic Cars has several brick-and-motor stores throughout the Midwest and in parts of the South. Another option is to search on AutoTrader Classics, which provides a sophisticated search engine.
Buyers might also want to check Craigslist, which allows people to place free local classified ads. EBay Motors also sells muscle cars. Before purchasing a muscle car, however, buyers should give the vehicle a thorough inspection. Since older cars are susceptible to rust, buyers might want to look for signs of structural damage caused by rust. An engine that doesn't run smoothly might mean that the engine needs expensive repair work.