What Cars Made in 1970 Are Considered Collectible?

What Cars Made in 1970 Are Considered Collectible?

The Buick GSX, Dodge Challenger, Ford Mustang Boss 302, Chevrolet Chevelle SS and Plymouth Road Runner Hemi Superbird are some of the many collectible car models released in 1970. Some models are collectible because of their limited production numbers, while others are highly popular classic muscle cars.

The Buick GSX was introduced in 1970 and was the car maker's first muscle car. It had a 455 cubic inch engine and came in two color options: Saturn Yellow or Apollo White. They have steadily increased in popularity, which has generated a growing market for their high-performance aftermarket parts and accessories.

The 1970 Dodge Challenger has always been a popular collectible with racing fans. It has appeared in numerous movies and TV shows, including Vanishing Point, Natural Born Killers and the Mod Squad, which has increased its popularity over time.

The Ford Boss Mustang 302 was released in 1970 and is known as the car that took the Trans America Racing Championship back from Chevrolet. This cemented it as a huge racing enthusiast, collector car.

Some consider the Chevrolet Chevelle SS as one of the most collected muscle cars of all time. The 1970 454 LS6 was the fastest Chevelle ever produced.

The Superbird was a strange looking vehicle with a roof-high rear spoiler and pointed nose, they were reportedly designed to lure NASCAR champion Richard Petty away from Ford. A Superbird was valued between $400,000 and $500,000 by an auction house in 2013.