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Rust In Peace - The Best Muscle Car Graveyard in America

Be warned, you might want to break out the tissues ahead of time for this one. We explore the greatest musclecar graveyard of all time and find all sorts of gems. From AMXs to Roadrunners, they're all here in a random state of decomposition.

Photography by Steve Magnante

CRAMARO



It's perhaps the most frequently repainted car in history. Let's all shed a tear for this rare '68 327 four-speed Camaro that clearly lived fast and died young. The presence of dual-exhaust hangars confirms the original owner's good taste in ordering the optional 275hp Turbo Fire four-barrel 327 for $92.70. Still wearing its factory-applied blue paint, 327 emblems, and white nose stripe, this one couldn't have been more than a few years old when it was mortally wounded by a frontal impact with an immovable object. The tragic patina of squandered originality is priceless.







DEAD RED CAMAROS

You love red Camaros, you know you do. In fact, you love red Camaros so much you can never get sick of seeing them. Whether you are gagging or cheering right now, here's a trio of red Camaros unlike any we've ever featured. And this time we really mean it.

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1 comments
The Don-#002
The Don-#002

i like the idea of a car show class for special cars that are beyond repair! thats cool.

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