Classic car and muscle car buyers choose TDT Mobile Vehicle Inspection Appraisal Services because of the clarity and thoroughness of our Pre-Purchase Muscle Car Inspection Reports. Our clients receive over 200 photos and video detailing the body, trim, tires, wheels, interior, undercarriage, engine, transmission, driveline and the features and options being tested during the inspection process.
We specialize in Muscle cars such as Mustangs, Corvettes, Camaros and Chevelle! Even though these are our favorites we are happy to assist with Jaguars, MG and other British cars as well.
Don’t believe me? See for a Muscle Car Pre-Purchase Inspection below for yourself!
14 PAGE MUSCLE CAR INSPECTION REPORT DETAILING THE VEHICLE. WOULD YOU LIKE SOME CUSTOM OR SPECIAL INSPECTION POINTS CHECKED? WE CAN DO THAT.
No middle men or contractors here! Each of our Mobile Vehicle Inspections are performed by the owner, Steven Paul. Steven has over 25 years of experience in autobody, mechanics, estimating and appraisals and of course inspections.
MUSCLE CAR BODY, ENGINE, FEATURES & OPTIONS OPERATION VIDEO
200+ HIGH RESOLUTION PHOTOS DOCUMENTING THE ENTIRE MUSCLE CAR. (NOT ALL VEHICLES ARE LIFTED)
Some of the dealerships we inspect classic cars at are St. Louis Car Museum & Sales, Fastlane Classic Cars, Daniel Schmitt Classic Car Gallery, Hyman LTD, Classic Car Studios, Gateway Classic Cars. Having served St. Louis’s vehicle inspection marketplace since 2009, we know the area and are familiar with almost all of the muscle car dealers in the area.
St. Louis: Where American Muscle Was Born and Bred
St. Louis isn’t just another city on the map – it’s a place where the roar of engines echoes through history. From the mid-20th century onward, the city thrummed with the energy of muscle cars, thanks to several major automobile manufacturers and their dedicated assembly lines. The iconic St. Louis Assembly Plant of General Motors stands tall as a testament to this legacy, witnessing the birth of legends like the Chevrolet Camaro and Pontiac Firebird.
But the story goes beyond bricks and mortar. It’s about the skilled assembly line workers who poured their passion and expertise into building these American beauties. Their meticulous craftsmanship and dedication are woven into the very fabric of each muscle car, shaping the landscape of automotive history.
This connection wasn’t merely industrial; it was cultural. St. Louis, with its rich industrial heritage and love for speed, provided the perfect breeding ground for the muscle car phenomenon. The rumble of engines resonated with the city’s spirit, becoming a symbol of power, freedom, and innovation.
But St. Louis’ contribution wasn’t limited to its borders. These Detroit-born, St. Louis-built machines roared onto the national stage, capturing the hearts of car enthusiasts across the country. They dominated racetracks, graced movie screens, and became cultural icons, forever changing the perception of American automobiles.
Even today, the spirit of classic cars lives on in St. Louis. Vibrant car clubs, dedicated restoration shops, and thrilling events like the Gateway Classic Cars Muscle Car Show keep the legacy alive. It’s a city where the past isn’t just remembered, it’s celebrated with the unmistakable rumble of a classic muscle car engine.