Best 1970's Muscle Car to Purchase?!?!? advice please :)

Asked by Apr 13, 2007 at 02:38 PM about the 1973 Dodge Challenger

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

i'm looking to buy a 1970s muscle (or mini-muscle) car. looking for one with a nice amount of power(for daily driver) so gas mileage does concern me a bit. Not looking for 10mpg racecar to sit in my garage.  If you have any suggestions on models to look at it would be of great help. thanks!

-interested in challengers,chargers,novas,camaros,mustangs.
(have found some really good deals, but do not know a whole lot about these cars)

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There arent many mini muscle cars from the 1970's. The mustang fastbacks, camaro's, challengers were all lead sleds, and not very efficient. The mustang fastback is my favorite, and with a 302 offered vs the chevy 350, better on fuel, with ample power. They are also more rare

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