The Top 10 Vintage Cars Men Love

Aston Martin DB5

It was no surprise, 1969 Dodge Charger takes the top honors. And just so I’m clear, No, it’s not a list that highlights sales volume or market share. The 10 Vintage Cars that make this top 10 are here because of their character and attribute.

You might think men would prefer big, hulking trucks, big SUV, get ready to be surprised. Today I’m going to present 10 of the most loved vintage cars by men.

Men tend to be more emotional, sensible, and practical when it comes to buying cars. For men, it’s not about what they need, but what they want. Are these Vintage Cars practical? Some of ’em. Sensible? Maybe. But they’re cool — and that’s what counts.

Here’s the top 10 vintage cars men love, were you thinking something else?)

10. Chevy Camaro– If Chevrolet Camaro didn’t stir the testosterone pot, you were probably devoid of a pulse. Chevy Camaro’s look is unmistakable and intimidating.

Chevrolet Camaro

9. Porsche 356 A Speedster

Porsche 356 A Speedster

8. Shelby 427 Cobra

Shelby 427 Cobra

7. 1961 Jaguar E-Type (a.k.a. Jaguar XK-E) – Whether you pronounce it “Jagwar” or “Jag-u-ar”, the E-Type was released in 1961, on its release  Italian auto titan Enzo Ferrari called it “The most beautiful car ever made.”

1961 Jaguar E-Type

6. Maserati Ghibli 4.7

Maserati Ghibli 4.7

5. Aston Martin DB5

Aston Martin DB5

4. Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing

Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing

3. Boss 429 Mustang

Boss 429 Mustang

2. 1963 Corvette Stingray

1963 Corvette Stingray

1. 1969 Dodge Charger – Of those few, there’s arguably none more unique than the 1969 Dodge Charger. The 1969 Dodge Charger was developed in 1966 as a response to Ford’s Mustang., to this day, “the 1969 Dodge Charger” is an uncompromising, temperamental brute with a “screw you” attitude, it will always be one of the manliest rides ever.

1969 Dodge Charger

Surprised to see these on our list, what are yours?

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  • Josh

    Some guys have fun arguing, but the picture shown is a camero, not a chevelle, or a impalla. However, i would say that the Camero, would not be one of my choices. The cobra, and the vette would be the top 2 for me..By the way i am 75 and i know my cars. you ( kids ) of today like to argue and have some fun, and thats ok, unless you got jello for brains, and that could be the case, After all, Americans voted for Obummwer, and thought he was a caddiliac, but turned out to be a piece of crap, lol. Sub humans found their way into the American culture, becaus eof democracy. If we had a dictator, these types would have been left by the roadside as road kill, at birth, lol.

  • Bert Cundle

    We have a BIG Difference of opinion! 1.) Cobra, // 2.) X. K. E. //3.) Corvette //4.) Mustang 428 C.J.// .5.) Aston Martin DB5 // 6.)Maserati Ghibli 4.7// 7.) Mercedes 300 S L G.W. // 8.) Porsche 356 Speedster // 9.) Dodge Charger 426 Hemi. // 10.) Chev. Camero of the ones you listed! But; in there is also Cad. Eldarado, & Linclon mark IV & Rolls Royce & V. W. Bug!

  • fitz

    no mach 1, boss 302 or mustang GT? this list is strange.

  • Toolman

    1969 Plymouth Roadrunner 383 4 sp

  • Joefalcon

    Its a 68 Camaro, 67 had no side marker lights

  • Sam Cove

    Have to say it should be a 66-73 911 not 356…

  • Joe

    What a ridiculous list. Charges are slow and boxie. I’d pick a Cobra anyday over the others listed.

    • AMEN!!! Joe. I’d add a ’64 Ford Fairlane Thunderbolt too!

  • LittleOldLadyFromPasadena

    1968 Charger is the iconic & best looking of the ’68 – ’69 – ’70 years.

  • machinepro

    If I’m not mistaken, no. 10 is an Impala SS and not even close to being a Camaro

    • cerph1

      Maybe they changed the photo after you posted this but #10 is definitely a Camaro, not an Impala.

      • They changed the photo after a dozen readers pointed out it was not an “unmistakable” Camaro. Now it’s a Camaro.

    • Chris

      Where does it say it’s an Impala? Clearly says Camero

  • Dan Drane

    The first Camaro was 1967. Your picture is a 1966 Impala SS.

  • Osgood Zebeard

    Hey! Number 10 is not a 1966 Camaro. That’s a Chevy Impala Super Sport. Big difference but what do you expect from young writers who have never seen or ridden in either. Unmistakable Huh???

  • J

    The person who wrote this does not know what a Camaro Looks like, The picture show is a Chevelle.

  • Gary T

    The fist photo is a 1966 Chevrolet Impala ss, . If you meant Camaro like the post says they started production in September of 1966 as a 1967 model.

  • Jay

    Not surprised at the list. Surprised that you cannot get the pictures correct. That is not a picture of a Camaro.

  • BRich

    A…no Camaro was made in 1966 (’67 was the first year)
    B…that picture isn’t a Camaro, it’s a Chevelle

    Great site you are running…..NOT

  • Richard

    #10 is having an identity crisis (oops).

  • Richard

    #10 is having an identity crisis.

  • Ron

    If the ’66 Camaro is number 10 why is there a picture of a ’66 Chevy Impala Super Sport showning?

  • Fred Peck

    something is wrong. 1966 camaro? the car shown is not a camaro.

  • tony alves

    That NOT a 1966 Camaro. It’s a Chevy Impala S/S. Camaro was not available until 1967.
    The author should do better research.

  • james burk

    Chevy did not make a 1966 Camaro! The car you have pictured is a 1966 Chevy Impala!

  • Steve

    There is no such thing as a 1966 Camaro.

  • Robert

    That’s not the pic of a Camaro and the first Camaro was 1967! What a lame story!

  • David R

    Who made this list? Where is the 55 Chevy, and all the other american made cars?

  • Mrs. Randi A. Schwarz

    This is a nice story. Yes the “66 Camaro was a hit vehicle. I remember thise days fondly. However the picture is of an Impala Super Sport. If you are going to write about vintage cars, get your facts correct. BTW, I am a car girl.

  • Bob

    I would love to have a 1966 Camaro since they first came out in 1967! Also the picture is of a Impala SS not Camaro.
    I think a Chevelle and a Ferrari are missing but overall good list.

  • Chevy Camaro’s look is “unmistakable”?? Only to everybody but Amarendra Bhushan.