Farm Boy Garage is your American Muscle Car Restoration Specialist! As your one-stop shop in restoration we can take what looks like a heap of junk back to its original pristine classic condition. Dedicated to honoring the true beauty of a classic, Farm Boy Garage ensures you’ll love whatever project you bring to them to help restore. So dedicated to the American classics, the shop dog is named after one of our top muscle cars below. Can you figure out which classic it is??

1964 Pontiac GTO

While the first true American muscle car is debatable, fingers often point to the Pontiac GTO. Pontiac's performance car presented buyers with a big block V8 engine at an affordable price. Not only was the GTO affordable, but Pontiac successfully marketed it based on performance figures never before offered.

1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454

Even though the American muscle car era started in the 1960s, the 1970s are considered the peak of the muscle car period. One of the primary representatives of this era was the 1970 Chevy Chevelle SS 454. The Chevelle offered distinct muscle car lines and was sleek with a slightly slanted back end and bulging hood to present the speed and power provided.

1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28

The original Camaro Z/28 was made for the Trans-Am Series of racing, with the Z/28 name attached to various other high-performance Camaro models through the generations. When the Camaro Z/28 was initially built, it raced against similar cars like the Dodge Challenger and the Ford Mustang Boss.
1970 Buick Skylark GSX Stage 1

Described by Motor Trend as "the quickest American production we had ever tested," the Skylark GSX Stage 1 was an American muscle car that was not shy on speed, performance, or power.

1970 Plymouth Barracuda

The Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda became a favorite of many club racers. It had one of the hottest shapes from Detroit matched with one of the most storied engines offered in a compact package.

1969 Dodge Charger

Another genuinely iconic car from the late '60s and early '70s was the Dodge Charger. The SE and R/T were the central models for the 1969 model year. The racing models of the Charger in 1969 were the Charger 500 and Daytona.

1968 Chevrolet Nova SS

Any list of American muscle cars worth its salt would be remiss if it failed to mention the Nova from Chevy. The 1968 model year marked the Chevy Nova's first leaped from an economical family car to a more rigid, more-defined muscle car.
1971 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray ZR2

Chevrolet only produced the ZR2 variant of the Corvette for a single year, making the 1972 ZR2 the rarest big-block performance Corvette ever built.

1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429

The Ford Mustang Boss 429 is one of the most sought-after classic cars globally, with only 1,359 units being built throughout its two-year run between 1969 and 1970.

What is your favorite? Maybe one not listed here? Muscle cars provide desirability, notoriety, and fun! From a cruise on the strip, car show or just a sunny day drive, the American classic will always be eye catching. Farm Boy Garage’s unmatched experience and knowledge can make any muscle car your dream car again.

Farm Boy Garage
10660 E. County Line Rd.
Des Moines, Iowa 50320
Phone: 515-528-8904
Cell: 515-333-1238

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