Hit the road Mopars, Corvettes are taking the lead! After a three month hiatus, Corvettes have once again taken the top spot on our “Top Ten Most Popular” list for muscle cars, claiming 16.7 percent of internet searches (See our Corvette Section). Each month the Cars On Line staff analyzes statistics from Google and Bing search engines in order to understand consumer trends. This month internet buyers took a break from Mopars and instead shifted their focus to Chevrolet muscle cars. Camaros took second place, claiming 16 percent of internet searches. Meanwhile Pontiac GTOs jumped up one spot to land comfortably in third. Decreasing drastically was the Dodge Charger. Ranked first in internet searches last month, the Charger fell three spots, garnering just 7.2 percent of searches. View the Top Ten Muscle Cars below.
Once again it was a month dominated by Ford in the classic car market. According to Google and Bing statistics, 11.3 percent of classic car buyers were in pursuit of something built by Ford (See our Ford Section). For the fourth month in a row, the Ford F100 pickup was the vehicle driving the most interest. The classic truck was so popular that it made up 3 percent of internet searches for classic vehicles. There were only minor changes to the rest of the classic car rankings. Dodge jumped up three spots to round out the top five. Meanwhile Rolls-Royce found itself off the list completely. You’ll note this was the first time in as many months that Graham made an appearance within the Top Ten.