Australian Muscle Car Sales

1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Sedan

Has there ever been a more iconic American car than the ’57 Chevy Bel Air? We think not. It has become a symbol of its age. It represents American middle class postwar prosperity. It has become a part of the 50's American culture. A movie star in it's own lifetime. The car was ... View...

1972 Bathurst LJ GTR XU1 Torana

The 1972 Hardie-Ferodo 500 was held on 1 October, 1972 at the Mount Panorama Circuit just outside Bathurst in New South Wales. Cars competed in four classes defined by Capacity Price Units, where the engine capacity, expressed in litres was multiplied by the purchase price in Aus... View...

1988 HSV VL SS Group A Walkinshaw Build No. 347 ... (SOLD)

Seriously precious metal! With only 15,763 klms from new in the hands of only two enthusiastic HSV collectors, this is truly a rare opportunity to acquire one of the most original and lowest mileage HSV VL SS Group A Walkinshaws available. Build No. 347 was purchased by the o... View...

1971 Chevrolet C10 Ute Short Bed

Fully engineered and Queensland mod plated highly desirable 1971 factory V8 Chevrolet C-10 with the step-side and short bed tray package. Running a fully rebuilt 454 Big Block Chev V8 mated to a 3 speed T-350 automatic gearbox and 10 bolt LSD. The engine bay is nicely outfitted w... View...

1974 HQ Sandman Panel Van - 253 V8 4 speed ... $159,000

In 1974 blokes were blokes and shielas were shielas. None of this political correctness. Back in 1974, the Sandman Panel Van was for real blokes. The shielas got to occupy the front passenger’s seat, and maybe the optional mattress in the back. "Pile ’em in – skis, surfboards, bi... View...

Why Choose AMCS to Sell Your Muscle Car?

Over the last 17 years AMCS has grown to become Australia's most highly regarded, specialist online Muscle Car sales destination, selling over 4,000 cars for customers from all over Australia and New Zealand. Our website attracts over 6,000 individual enthusiasts per day. Each ... View...

AMCS - Free Muscle Car Valuation!

AMCS is happy to provide you with a FREE up-to-the-minute valuation of your Aussie Muscle or Classic car! With over 17 years experience in the Australian muscle car business we can give you the best feedback of current market sales results and indications of future trends for yo... View...

1980 Chrysler Valiant CM Regal

Sadly, the CM Chrysler range of sedans were the last big Australian sedan produced by the company before it's take over by Mitsubishi. Produced by Chrysler Australia from 1978 until 1981, a total of 16,500 examples of the Chrysler CM were built. For sale is a very well preserved... View...

1971 VG Valiant Pacer Hardtop

Stunning Hemi Orange 1971 VG Pacer 2 Door Hardtop. Current super passionate Chrysler owner purchased the car in 1998. Yes, 22 years ago. The Pacer was resprayed 30 years ago. However, there is still original Hemi Orange paint under the carpets, door jambs and in the boot. 1980... View...

1971 XY GS Falcon Ute - Factory 351 4 speed manual

Genuine rare matching numbers K code 351 Cleveland XY GS Falcon Ute in Ultra white. One of only 132 XY GS Falcon Utes built with the 351 Cleveland V8 and 4 speed manual combo. Rarer than a Phase 3 GTHO! And one of only two built with this exact option list including GS Rally ... View...

AMCS Showroom - Sell Your Car Here!

Is it time to sell your Aussie Muscle car? Then we've got just the spot for you. Our full security Showroom in the heart of Sydney is the perfect spot to showcase your special machine. First of all we will prepare your car for sale: - We can arrange a full detail. - Take c... View...

1969 HB Torana SL Coupe

When was the last time you saw a HB Torana for sale? The original HB series Torana was released in 1967 and was closely based on the British Vauxhall Viva. The name Torana comes from an Aboriginal word meaning "to fly" although we are not sure that the HB would fly very far with ... View...