The 70s represent a golden age for automobiles. Almost every automaker back in the day upped its game to come up with groundbreaking innovations that can be seen in all popular cars manufactured during the era. That also explains why models from the 70s are always in demand in classic car auctions. If you too wish to own an automotive marvel from the decade, look no further than AutoBidMaster. To help narrow down your options, in this blog post, we’re presenting a list of the top five cars from the 70s available in our classic car auctions. Take a look.
1. Chevrolet Corvette
The Chevrolet Corvette is a car that needs no introduction. Ever since its introduction in 1968, the Chevrolet Corvette has been one of the most desired names among auto enthusiasts as it provides a perfect blend of style, performance and reliability. The models manufactured during the 70s had seen a number of upgrades such as egg crate grills, matching front fender side vents, premium carpeting and wood-grain wood accents. If you are looking for a classic car that never goes out of style, this is the one for you!
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2. Pontiac Firebird
The Pontiac Firebird, introduced in 1967, was designed and engineered to take on popular muscle cars of those days, such as the Ford Mustang and the Mercury Cougar. A stunning ride that is bound to turn heads, the Pontiac Firebird is as impressive on the inside as it is on the outside. The car was offered in multiple engine options ranging from a 3.8L V6 to a massive 7.6L V8. Overall, the Pontiac Firebird packages all that a classic car owner can ask for, and more.
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3. Porsche 911
The Porsche 911, unarguably one of the most popular sports cars of all times, is a perfect option for those who are looking for exhilarating performance and is frequently featured in our classic car auctions. Built upon the sketches drawn by Ferdinand Porsche in 1959, the Porsche 911 has seen various transformations over the years. During the 70s, the models released by Porsche also received a number of upgrades, making notable improvements in performance and safety.
We’ve got 1970s Porsche 911s.
4. Dodge Challenger
Introduced in 1969, the Dodge Challenger took no time to find its place in the hearts of auto enthusiasts. Carrying forward the legacy of the Dodge Charger from the 60s, the Dodge Challenger was designed to suit both racing and regular usage. Though the sales of the model declined during the period of the oil crisis of 1973, it soon bounced back and is still one of the most sold cars in its category.
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5. Cadillac Coupe DeVille
Cadillac Coupe DeVille is perfect classic car for those who are looking for something unmistakably grand and elegant. First unveiled at the 1949 Motorama, the Coupe DeVille entered its fourth generation in 1971 and like all other GM full-size vehicles in the period, it was completely redesigned. Available in 4-door hardtop, 2-door hardtop and 2-door coupe variants, the models from the 70s continue to impress till today.
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The Last Word
The cars listed in this blog post are just a few of the countless gems you can find in our classic car auctions, and the best part is, you don’t have to break the bank to bring one home. Simply register with us using your social media or email account, and start bidding on your favorite car. If you have any questions about our classic car auctions, simply call +1 (503) 298-4300 or text us at +1 (503) 897-9799, Monday to Friday, 6am to 4pm (GMT-8:00).
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