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Coolest Cars For Sale On Motorious To Kick Off Fall

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These are some of the most interesting cars that have made it onto Motorious this week.

What a diverse market the collector car industry represents. Every week, the Motorious editorial staff does a dive into the classified section of the site to find the cars for sale that we would want to buy for ourselves. These cars are more than worthy of a new garage, and we're thrilled to be able to share our picks with the readers each week. Here is a list of cars to check out as fall begins.

1969 El Camino SS Is Business In The Front And Party In The Back

Chevy created the El Camino as a coupe utility vehicle unlike anything else in their lineup. They essentially took a station wagon and gave it a truck bed, and we love them for it. Examples like this striking Huggar Orange El Camino are begging to come home to your collection.

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1958 Cadillac DeVille Is A Vintage Luxury Cruiser

Starting out as a trim level of the 62 Series, the Cadillac DeVille became its own model when the 62 Series designation was dropped. The original DeVille was a pillarless two-door hardtop that was positioned above the 62 in luxury. Examples like this 1958 Cadillac DeVille exemplifies the peak of classic 1950s Cadillac goodness, and the last year of the DeVille made under the 62 Series platform before the DeVille branched out on its own in 1959.

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2021 Chevy Corvette Is A Red Dream

2020 kicked off the Corvettes eighth generation with a bang. The new mid-engine design proved to be successful on and off the track. Performance was instantly increased without any substantial increase in horsepower from the previous year's Stingray model. Likewise, interior room and driver and passenger comfort also saw major changes. Chevrolet’s new Corvette was now officially of supercar status. In 2021, GM went back to the drawing board and further perfected the C8. Finishing touches for the 2021 model year range from interior to exterior changes. The Corvette is now available with even more high-end style along with two new colors.

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1970 Dodge Super Bee Coupe With Magnum Power

One of the most legendary classic Mopar muscle cars, the Dodge Super Bee holds a special place in the heart of many enthusiasts. One thing you have to watch out for when shopping for one is the tributes, some of which are very well-done and not advertised as such. Thankfully, this 1970 Super Bee is the real deal from the factory, making it not only completely authentic but also a true collectible.

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Beautifully Restored Buick GS 455 Looking For A New Home

Buick has made a name for itself within American car culture for doing some crazy things with one particular model. That car just so happens to be the Buick Gran Sport, a true muscle car known for its focus on high horsepower fun and high-class styling. This reputation for being one of GM’s best has made the Gran Sport an icon within the community that surrounds the first muscle car movement. In the beginning, the GS was essentially the perfect automobile for anyone wanting the power of a Chevelle with a bit more class. However, the GS has since moved out of the shadows of the Chevelle and has entered a completely different class of its own. It is because of cars like this that Buick is known as a maker of some of the world's greatest muscle cars and not just another failed GM brand.

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1994 Lamborghini Diablo SE30 Is Quite The Impressive Machine

The Lamborghini name is one surrounded by the ever-looming presence of legendary tales of the various exploits of the raging Italian bull. This reputation comes from endlessly striving to be faster than the competition, and in just 58 years, they managed to accomplish that goal exceptionally well. Achieving such status in such a short amount of time is an incredible feat for any car company. To put that into perspective, Ferrari is 74 years old, Fiat is 122 years old, and Alfa Romeo built its brand over 111 years. So why has Lamborghini, in particular, created such an extensive background within the automotive community. That's because of cars like this one, a beautiful silver 1994 Lamborghini Diablo.

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1929 Bentley 4-1/2 Liter Features Coachwork By Vanden Plas

After the 1919 Olympia Motor Exhibition premier of the 3-liter car named Stand 126 by W O Bentley, the gates were open for the development of the brand. When the 4-1/2 liter took the stage, it used the same chassis, transmission, and brakes of the 3 liter, combined with the new engine. Examples like this 1929 Bentley 4-1/2 Liter are a must-have for any classic car collection, and it deserves to go a worthy owner.

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1968 Chevy Corvette Is Powered By A Monster 427 V8

The third generation of the Corvette often referred to as the C3, is one of the most popular body styles made of the American sports car. In addition to having attractive lines, it also had a long run, starting in 1968, and handing the keys over to a new generation after 1982. During the run, there were a few Corvettes equipped with more appealing options, like ones equipped with the 427 engine, like this 1968 Chevy Corvette.

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