Salvagebid is an IAAI salvage car broker that offers great possibilities to buy luxury salvage cars all over the US without a dealer license. We have a huge base of classic cars and continuously renew our selection.
To help you find a classic salvage car from the 1960s, we made this top list of lots you can find on Salvagebid.
The 1963 model featured the Corvette Sting Ray and also was the first time when the company offered both coupe and convertible. The second-generation Corvette introduced some new features: an all-new body style, hidden headlamps, non-functional hood vents, and an independent rear suspension.
The Corvette Stingray became pretty popular among consumers, and in 1963, Chevrolet produced 10,594 coupes and 10,919 convertibles.
We often have salvage Corvettes on Salvagebid. One of these luxurious Chevys may be waiting for you, its new owner, at our online auction. Check it out, maybe you’ll fall in love with it.
Restyled for a more formal look in 1964, the fourth generation of the Ford Thunderbird was a large luxury car with a sporty image. Thunderbird production for 1964 comprised of 92,465 cars, while the total production between 1964-1966 was 236,613 cars.
The Ford Thunderbird was a truly good-looking car and was featured in a few well known films. A yellow 1964 Thunderbird convertible appeared in a scene in the James Bond film, “Goldfinger.” A green 1966 Thunderbird was featured in Ridley Scott’s “Thelma and Louise.” A black 1965 Thunderbird convertible was shown in David Lynch’s “Wild at Heart.”
If you dream of driving one, check out our listings. You may find just what you’re looking for.
The Buick LeSabre is a full-size car produced by General Motors from 1959 to 2005. Being the last model in the second generation, the 1964 LeSabre had the engine replaced by a smaller 300-cubic-inch V8 rated at 210 hp. There was a 250-hp version available as well.
The old 2-speed transmission was replaced by two new Super Turbine automatics. The 2-speed Super Turbine 300 was available with the standard 2-barrel 300 V8 engine, while the 3-speed Super Turbine 400 came with the 300 4-barrel engine.
The interior of the car saw minor changes in comparison to the older models. But you can rebuild it and make it your own if you buy one through a Salvagebid auction.
The Oldsmobile 98 is the full-size flagship model produced in 1940-1996. Belonging to the eighth generation, the 1966 Oldsmobile 98 was a full-size and top-of-the-line car.
The Oldmobile’s standard equipment included automatic transmission, power steering and brakes, power windows, padded dash and foam-padded seats, a parking brake light, special wheel covers, windshield washer and two-speed electric wipers, glovebox lamps, and front seat belts.
An interesting fact: 98s were built only in Lansing, Michigan. Find yours today on Salvagebid.
1969 was the final year of production for Lincoln’s fourth generation Continental and some changes were made to this model year.
The Continental’s front seats were updated with head restraints for the outboard passengers to comply with federal regulations. The front dash was updated as well. The 460 V8 engine was combined with Ford’s C6 3-speed automatic transmission.
If you collect classic cars, then the 1969 Lincoln Continental would be a truly valuable addition to your collection. Reminiscent of a luxury lifestyle, you can find yours on Salvagebid.
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