Cars For Sale At MuscleCar Station, Fort Scott, KS

These cars are for sale by MuscleCar Station and are each chosen as great candidates for MuscleCar Station full restoration. Check back often, as we update this page when we discover great cars in the rough. Call MuscleCar Station, Muscle Car Restoration Headquarters in Fort Scott, Kansas for more information on these diamonds-in-the-rough cars during business hours 8 am - 5 pm Central US time zone Monday Through Friday Toll Free (877) 977-2171.

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FOR SALE: 1964 Dodge Polara Street/Strip Car $11,000 turnker or $9,000 as a roller

I'm selling my 64 Polara so I can finance another project. It is registered and tagged antique and could be street legal with dot tires and a few minor changes. This car would also be an excellent car to race in the very popular "Nostalgia Super-Stock" class. I have drag raced this car for the past few years on and off, won a few races and decided to finish it off nicer this year so we finished the bodywork, put a nice paint job on it, straightened and polished the trim, had a new black aluminum interior fabed and installed, new custom fitted automotive carpet installed, put it all back together and it turned out really nice. Here's what you get:

  1. Solid rust-free body
  2. Beautiful single stage Custom Red paint
  3. Fiberglass hood, deck-lid, front fenders, front and rear bumpers
  4. All original trim in very good condition
  5. New custom black aluminum interior (inner door panels, inner quarter panels & trunk closure)
  6. New custom fited automotive carpet
  7. Full 10-point cage with snout bars
  8. Steel wheel tubs, rear wheel openings streched 2 1/2", inboarded super-stock springs
  9. 383 engine with 509 solid isky cam, stage 4 iron heads, single plane intake, 750 holley carb, fenderwell headers, mini-starter
  10. Moroso electric water pump, aluminum water pump housing, aluminum radiator with electric fan,
  11. Electric evac pump for crankcase evacuation with catch-can
  12. 727 trans with reverse manual valve body, 4,000 stall convertor, Cheetah STS shifter & command center
  13. 8 3/4 rearend with 742 case and 456 gears
  14. Weld aluninum wheels, 15x5's front and 15x10's rear with MT front runners and MT ET Drag slicks rear

We raced the car Saturday 11/02/2013 at Tulsa Raceway Park in the Mopar World Finals. Got runner-up in sportsman class and made it to the quarter-finals in no-electronics. It made a best pass of 11.81 @ 113 mph in the 1/4 mile. Not bad for a mild 383 on pump gas that you could use for a grocery getter! I am selling this car turn-key but would consider selling as a Roller (no motor or trans).Winning bidder get's a COOL XL T-Shirt shown in one of the pictures. Any questions call George at 620-224-1115.


1957 Ford Thunderbird For Sale
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FOR SALE is this very nice 1957 T-Bird. It belongs to one of our customers here in Fort Scott, Ks. A couple years ago we did an engine upgrade to a 5.0 HO fuel-injected mustang engine with a 4-speed overdrive automatic trans and new B&M shifter. The car runs and drives great! Priced well below what it would take to build this car at $32,000. call George with any questions at 620-224-1115


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Owner: Gary Mayfield Phone: 620-224-7792 FOR SALE BY OWNER

This truck was restored just 2 yrs ago here at the MuscleCar Station. The owner spent thousands of dollars on new parts for this truck. All new lights & bezels, trim, moulding, bumpers, grille, tailgate, electric leather seats, wheels & tires, interior, dash & gauges, stereo, beautiful wood bed, rear fuel cell, Vintage Air, and on and on and on..... too much to list! Every nut, bolt, and fastener, was freshened or replaced on this truck. As you can see from the many pictures this is a BRAND NEW, Professionally built, 1968 Chevy Pick-up! Gary has this truck priced to sell so he can move on to his next project so give him a call with any questions at 620-224-7792 today!

1976 Dart "Lite"

'76 Dart Lite For Sale
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In response to increased interest in fuel economy, Dodge offered the Dart Lite fuel economy package which weighed at least 150 lb (68 kg) less than the ordinary Dart Sport. The 225 Slant Six was the only available engine, equipped with an aluminum intake manifold for the first time since 1960 and a specially calibrated carburetor and distributor. Bumper reinforcement brackets were aluminum instead of steel, while the hood and trunk lid bracing and inner panels were also aluminum. The Slant Six engine block had already been modified for reduced weight in 1975; in the middle of 1976 production its crankshaft was changed from forged steel to lighter cast iron. The high-flow exhaust system included a dual-biscuit catalytic converter, a 2 1/4" headpipe, and the muffler used on V8 models. The Dart Lite was equipped with a 2.94:1 rear axle rather than the customary 3.21:1 ratio when the car was ordered with a three- or four-speed manual transmission. The A833OD overdrive 4-speed manual transmission housing was made of aluminum. Like all other Darts, the Dart Lites with automatic transmission came with a 2.76:1 rear axle as standard equipment. The Dart Lite with manual transmission was rated by the EPA at 36 mpg (6.5 l/100KM) in highway driving. The Plymouth version was the Feather Duster.

WOW! 36 mpg from a 1976 car!! This old dart has been parked quite a while but I was told they parked it because the carb was messing up ( it's in a box on the floorboard, guess they didn't know how to fix it ) It only shows 68,000 mi on the odometer. You could get her going and have cheap transportation or completely restore it and who knows what she would be worth. Either way I'm selling it "as is" and have it priced to sell. This car does have the aluminum housing 833 4-speed which is pretty valuable by itself.

1971 Charger R/T (Restored)

1971 Charger R/T
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FOR SALE is this real (numbers matching) V-code 440 6-pack 1971 Charger R/T, 727 auto, dana-60 rear-end. This car is owned by Carol and Linda Seastrom who live near Topeka, Kansas. We completely restored this car about two years ago here at The MuscleCar Station and it has been stored inside and only driven a few miles since the restoration. You can contact the Seastrom's direct by phone at 785-836-9144 or 785-224-0537 or email them at

1965 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe

1965 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe For Sale
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1965 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe original 327 3-speed car with no motor or tranny. This car has been back-halfed and tubbed and has a 12-bolt rearend on mono-leaf springs. It would make a great Pro-Street project or Drag Car. The car could be put back to all original with a little extra work. Most all of the interior is there, the dash and gauges are in pretty good shape and it has a factory tach. It still has the pedals so you could make it a 4-speed car pretty easy. The floor pans are pretty solid with just a couple small patches. The lower quarters and wheel openings need some rust repair. You can buy the car "as is" or the experts here at the MuscleCar Station can build this old Impala into "THE CAR OF YOUR DREAMS" and ship it right to your door!

1973 Road-Runner 340

73 Road Runner SOLD
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This is a REAL 1973 Road-Runner 340 4-barrel, Slapstick 727 auto, 8 3/4 rear end with 323 gears, Bucket seats, Console car. The car is complete and the only thing that doesn't appear to be original is the hood (it must be a 1974 hood because it doesn't have the vent louvers at the rear of the hood like a 73 should have). It does have the original numbers matching 340 in it and from the looks of it has never been out of the car. The car had been sitting for 8 years before we got it. We spent a few days working on it and got it running and driving, and all the lights working. We put an Edelbrock 4-barrel on it (the thermo-quad was junk but goes with the car) flushed the fuel tank and lines. The motor sounds and runs great and doesn't smoke, tranny works great, rear-end is open or posi is bad because it will sure fry one tire when you step on it! The car drives really nice and the brakes work good. She looks pretty rough but, the car has very solid frame rails, floor pans, and trunk floor. It's NOT rusted-out around the windshield or rear glass or trunk opening and everything's good under the hood. The rust repair it does need is: new quarter skins (outer wheel-houses are good), trunk extensions, and some work on the rockers and lower front fenders.

This car needs a total restoration to make it really nice but, if you want a driver to fix-up as you go, this is it! We would be happy to do any or all of the work on this car for the new owner here at the "MuscleCar Station" in Fort Scott, KS.

1963 Dodge 330

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This is a 1963 Dodge 330 2-door with a slant-six, push-button automatic. It would be a good car to restore because it's mostly all there or it would make a REALLY-COOL Nostalgia Super-Stock Drag Car!!

1974 AMC Javelin 360

74 Javelin SOLD
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This is a 1974 AMC Javelin with a 360 motor and 727 auto trans. The car is complete, hasn't run in years and needs totally restored.

Henry J

Henry J for sale
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Here are two Henry J's, one with the trunk-lid and one without. Both cars are complete and in pretty bad shape from sitting outside for 40 years. Good restoration projects because everything's there. These cars make really cool nostalgia-gasser drag cars as well. We are listing them for a local guy so if your interested contact MuscleCar Station and we'll hook you up!