Buying a muscle car can be a thrilling experience. You have several thousand dollars saved up, know just what you want, and have a great vision of how that next Chevrolet is going to look and run. You've put a lot of thought and bench-racing time into getting to this point. Buying the car is the easy part, right? Well, maybe not. With most muscle cars over 30 years old, the possibilities of hidden flaws, rust, frame damage, or substandard bodywork runs high. But armed with good information and rational thinking, your next Chevrolet can fulfill those tremendous plans.
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