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Old 02-08-2012, 09:15 PM
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Value of a 1967 dodge charger?

hi I have found a 1968 dodge charger and a 1967 dodge charger what are they worth????

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I think you would need a lot more detail, Such as condition, options such a s engine tranny and so on. You can look on ebay just to get an idea. Like the old saying goes they are only worth what you can get someone to pay.
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hi I have found a 1968 dodge charger and a 1967 dodge charger what are they worth????
Depends on condition and engine/driveline. 440's and especially Hemis bring BIG bucks with a restoration.

Hemi's even new ones not native to the car bring a lot of money. With a full up high quality restoration and a late model injected Hemi you can easily stare 100 grand in the face.

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My question is....... is it being purchased for resale...... or for fun.

If the money is more important, then research that.

If it is for fun, buy the one that pulls at your heart.

One other element is the attention you will get from the public. The '67 would be far more unusual.
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'67 has a lot more cool features compared to a '68. nearly fully horizontal rear glass, side to side taillight light, and electroluminescent gauge lighting.. A BB car is worth $10k if it's drivable, more if it's in better condition.. My dad has a '66.. Sadly, '68 is a more popular car and could be more valuble
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